Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has previously said he won't bring the bill to the full Senate for a vote, even if it's approved by the committee.
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved the bill with a bipartisan 14-7 vote, which saw all Democrats in favor of the measure along with Sens.
Trump has reportedly mused about firing Mueller and has tweeted that he is "conflicted" in his role as special counsel.
It would give a special counsel an "expedited review" of their firing. It also would put into law existing Justice Department regulations that a special counsel can be fired only for good cause.
The legislation has divided Republicans, pitting a handful of senators who believe in protecting Mueller against others who have leveled a variety of objections to the bill - including questions about its constitutionality and whether it is necessary. Republicans and Democrats on the panel have said Trump shouldn't try to remove Mueller. But supporters of the legislation say its mere consideration in committee will send an important message to Trump that firing Mueller or his overseers at the Justice Department would spark a fierce backlash on Capitol Hill.
Mueller is heading the federal investigation into Russia's electoral interference and possible collusion with the Trump presidential campaign.
The committee voted against another amendment, proposed by Sen. And if it did win lawmakers' approval, President Donald Trump would likely veto the bill.
The final version of Grassley's amendment, which was adopted by the committee on Thursday, requires the Justice Department to report to Congress when the special counsel investigation ends to detail the findings of the investigation, any changes to the special counsel's jurisdiction during the probe and an explanation of the decisions to prosecute or not prosecute.
Trump appeared to suggest Thursday he has no intention of trying to fire Mueller, for now.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller departs after briefing members of the U.S. Senate on his investigation into potential collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., June 21, 2017.
The seven Republicans are: Sens. A panel of judges could then block Mueller's removal if it is not for good cause. But White House legislative director Marc Short said last weekend that he couldn't rule it out in the long term because it's not known "how far off this investigation is going to veer".
Teachers and administrators tried to make it easier for parents, pairing Thursday's walkout with Take Your Child to Work Day. Addie Martinez dropped off her 9-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter before rushing off to her job as a medical assistant.
The report further stated that the said reader has been selected by the company for its new Lab programme which began last week. OnePlus has chose to go with a vertical camera setup this time, instead of the horizontal one seen on the back of OnePlus 5T .
Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of NY confirmed the news to Deadline, without giving further details or comment. Prosecutors argue that Mack would have women sexually engage with Raniere and would get paid for it.
The jury is heading back to the courtroom and Bill Cosby's defense team is saying there's a verdict in his sexual assault retrial. Cosby may even should register as a intercourse offender and face an evaluation to find out if he's a sexually violent predator.
However, the cost of converting the stadium into a cricket venue was deemed too high to make it worthwhile for two matches. The tournament will be held in England from May 30 to July 15, with a reserve day for the semi-finals and finals.
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In a speech earlier this month, Chinese president Xi Jinping said his country would open itself wider to foreign companies. Secretary Mnuchin subsequently said the elevated trade tensions could be defused.
He went on to say that he doesn't have to agree with everything anyone does as that's what being an individual is all about. In his more recent tweetstorm, West also expressed appreciation for Hillary Clinton and individuality, in general.
Describing the incident, Hall said an off-duty officer called police for assistance due to a shoplifting suspect at the store. The male officer, who was shot in the back of the head, has succumbed to his injuries, according to a local NBC affiliate.
The ruling Armenian Republican Party's faction has 58 seats in the parliament, Elk and Dashnaktsutyun have 9 and 7, respectively. It was not immediately clear whether this move would placate the protesters, who oppose the ruling elite as a whole.
California Police Say They've Captured the "Golden State Killer"
Also on the Federal Bureau of Investigation website are interviews with local police who investigated the Sacramento area rapes. The match led to Joseph James DeAngelo , who was sacked in 1979 from the police department in Auburn, northeast of Sacramento.
Italy close to confirming Ancelotti as Azzurri Coach
Carlo Ancelotti has been formally approached to take over as the next manager of the Italy national side, according to a report. A new man is set to be installed by May 20, and it was widely assumed that would be Zenit St Petersburg Coach Roberto Mancini.
BJP, RSS anti-Dalit & anti-Constitution: Rahul
Paswan, who holds the food and consumer affairs portfolio, said the Congress party lost 2014 election as it "cheated Dalits". In his address, the Congress chief focussed on the twin burning issues of Dalit rights and women's safety.