Republicans Lay Out Biden Investigations, but Democrat-Aligned Groups Promise Counteroffensive

Another group, the Congressional Integrity Project, announced Wednesday that it intended to launch a multimillion-dollar “war room” to undermine investigations from the House. People involved in that initiative, which was first reported by Politico, have previously worked with Mr. Brock’s team and have close connections to the White House and the Democratic Party.

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The political arm of the Center for American Progress, the influential progressive think tank, is planning to cast the Republican investigations as “politically motivated revenge politics,” according to its chief executive, Patrick Gaspard, who served as White House political director under President Obama.

The rush by some of the left’s leading figures to organize swift responses to potential investigations highlights an old Washington dynamic: When there is divided government, lawmaking tends to grind to a halt and Congress…

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This article was written by Kenneth P. Vogel, Katie Rogers and Glenn Thrush and originally published on www.nytimes.com