Congress mulling over whether to hold him in contempt.
The case for declaring U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt has been laid out in a 48 page draft citation distributed to Democrats and Republicans on the House Oversight Committee. Republicans argue that Holder is obstructing the committee’s investigation into the fast and furious scandal.
"Holder needs to cooperate with congress on their investigation of fast and furious," says Congressman Ted Poe.
And Congressman Blake Farenthold thinks Holder is stone walling.
"Congress has a duty to conduct oversight and we have the authority to compel testimony and the production of documents," says Farenthold.
The last U.S. Attorney General to be held in contempt was Janet Reno for failing to comply with a subpoena on campaign finance law violations.