Post Politics Now: House Judiciary Committee set to advance firearms emergency measures


In a letter, a senior White House official demanded a quick response from General Board of Inspectors chairwoman Allison Lerner, who took the unusual step of notifying Congress and the White House that she had opened the investigation. On Thursday, members of Congress will question Ennis MPs on the program.

“Given the seriousness of the allegations, I strongly encourage the Integrity Committee to work expeditiously,” Jason Miller, deputy director of management for the White House Office of Management and Budget, wrote in a letter sent Monday evening which also raised concerns about reports of retaliation against whistleblowers who questioned the sanctions. “It is essential that the American public have full confidence in the important work of the community of inspectors general, and that is why it is imperative that these allegations be resolved appropriately and expeditiously.”


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