The judge overseeing grand jury matters in Washington, D.C., peppered the Department of Justice with questions about the agency’s changing stance on whether grand jury information can be shared with the House during an impeachment inquiry.

During a two-hour hearing in District Court for the District of Columbia on Tuesday, Chief Judge Beryl Howell pressed DOJ attorneys about their “extraordinary stance” that grand jury materials redacted from special counsel Robert Mueller’s report cannot be shared with Congress.

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