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Harlan Crow, Clarence Thomas’ Benefactor, Tells Congress It Can’t Investigate the Supreme CourtDon’t worry, the GOP megadonor’s attorney say he gave the matter ‘careful consideration’ before reaching this conclusion.
Harlan Crow Declines to Provide Information Sought by Senate DemocratsThe billionaire donor Harlan Crow refused to comply with the Senate Judiciary Committee’s request to hand over information about gifts for Justice Clarence Thomas. The move is likely to intensify the ethics fight between Democratic lawmakers and the court.
Harlan Crow: Investigating My Gifts to Clarence Thomas Is UnconstitutionalAccording to attorneys for billionaire and GOP megadonor Harlan Crow, there is one thing that Congress is absolutely powerless to do.
Harlan Crow on buying house of Justice Clarence Thomas’ mother: ‘I don’t see the foot fault’ | CNN PoliticsHarlan Crow, the GOP megadonor and real estate magnate who paid for luxury travel for Clarence Thomas, defended his relationship with the Supreme Court justice in an extensive interview with The Atlantic, reiterating he has never discussed cases before the court with Thomas.
Harlan Crow Still Wants You To Take His Word That There’s Nothing Fishy About His Relationship With Clarence ThomasHarlan Crowe insisted that he would never “think about talking about matters that relate to the judiciary with Justice Clarence Thomas.”
FBI Director Wray expected to testify before House Judiciary in mid-July amid FBI scrutinyEXCLUSIVE — FBI Director Christopher Wray is expected to appear before the House Judiciary Committee in mid-July for the first time since a series of embarrassing revelations emerged about the bureau, a person familiar with the plans said.