Dear [REDACTED],

Thank you for contacting me about H.Res. 111, an inquiry directing the Attorney General to transmit certain documents to the House of Representatives relating to the financial practices of the president. I appreciate hearing from you and welcome the opportunity to respond.

Introduced by Rep. Jerrold Nadler (NY - 10) on February 9, 2017, this resolution would direct the United States Attorney General to transmit documents related to investigations of the president, his investments, potential conflicts of interest, and other similar documents. On February 28, 2017, the resolution was considered by the House Judiciary Committee, and was ordered to be reported unfavorably to the House of Representatives. I am not a member of the Judiciary Committee, and therefore was not involved in the proceedings. At this time, I support the ongoing bipartisan and bicameral investigations being conducted by the House and Senate Intelligence Committees into these matters. Those investigations are covering a broad scope of inquiry, including any improper ties to, or conversations with, the Government of Russia.

As we navigate our way through this period, we should endeavor to put aside our differences and work together whenever possible for the greater good of this nation. Please be assured I will keep your thoughts in mind as this situation develops and new information comes to light as a result of these bipartisan investigations.

Thank you again for contacting me. It is a privilege to serve you in the Tenth District. I may also be contacted at my Sterling office at 703-404-6903, or my Washington, D.C. office at 202-225-5136. By visiting http://comstock.house.gov, you can sign up to receive my email newsletters and follow my efforts to serve you. You can also follow me on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates on my activities in Congress and in the District. If I may ever be of service, please do not hesitate to contact me.



Sincerely,

Barbara Comstock
Member of Congress