A congressman who has scouted on his qualifications to lead the impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump seems to take control of the committee of the House of Representatives in charge of doing just that.
"My opinion about deposition is very careful with deposition," he told the New Yorker in February.
Nadler has announced more about another area that his committee would investigate if the Democrats took control. In October he said that he would start an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct and perjury at Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
"It's not something we want to do," Nadler told the New York Times. "But the Senate has failed to fulfill its proper constitutional mandated task of advice and consent, we will have to do something to provide control and balance, protect the rule of law and the legitimacy of one of our most important institutions to protect."
Kavanaugh has denied every mistake and only one Supreme Court court has ever been accused.
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