House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler said Attorney General Bill Barr deserves impeachment, but such a move is futile due to the GOP Senate majority.
Fellow lawmakers dismiss claims made against the congresswoman made in the New York Post.
In an effort to make their impeachment case against President Donald Trump, House Democrats, specifically Jerry Nadler of New York used a 1999 video of then-Representative Lindsey Graham, which goes against his recent arguments defending Trump.
Host on conspiracy website InfoWars, Owen Shroyer shouted: "Trump is innocent!"
"The president is as he usually is or often is, disgusting and racist," Nadler said, labeling Trump's Cummings attacks a "distraction."
The recording will be distributed as a podcast.
"He will come at some point. If necessary, we'll subpoena him, and he will come," said the House Judiciary chairman.
"If the [Justice] Department persists in its baseless refusal to comply with a validly issued subpoena, the Committee will move to contempt proceedings and seek further legal recourse," the House Judiciary Committee chairman wrote to Attorney General William Barr.
The White House has said that the senior policy adviser to Trump is "absolutely immune" from congressional testimony.
"Even the redacted version of the report outlines serious instances of wrongdoing by President Trump and some of his closest associates," the House Judiciary Committee chairman said.
"We obviously have to get to the bottom of what happened and take whatever action seems necessary at that time," the House Judiciary Committee chairman said. "It's too early to reach those conclusions."
"It is shocking that the President and senior Administration officials are even considering manipulating release decisions for purely political reasons," three Democratic committee chairmen wrote.
The New Zealand shooter declared that he supported President Trump "as a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose."
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler said there must be "full transparency" in what Mueller "uncovered to not exonerate the president from wrongdoing."
"What we have to do is protect the rule of law," Congressman Jerry Nadler said.
"There have been major abuses of power, major obstruction of justice, obvious violations of the emoluments clause of the Constitution," Congressman Jerry Nadler said.
"The time that he can get away with lying to the American people all the time and evading accountability is coming to end," Congressman Jerry Nadler said.
Trump's refusal to take a pardon off the table came after special counsel Robert Mueller filed new charges Monday night that alleged Manafort had repeatedly lied to federal investigators, which breached his plea deal.