Author Topic: Roger Angell on "Most Important" Vote of His Lifetime  (Read 113764 times)


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Re: Roger Angell on "Most Important" Vote of His Lifetime
« Reply #4280 on: February 13, 2019, 10:15:24 pm »
Trump would certainly fight a subpoena, and if he lost in court claim executive privilege for another go around.  He's got at least 4 to 6 years of court battles before any information gets released.  Who knows what the House will look like in 2025.  Mueller is on record as saying he will not go outside the chain of command and provide any information or testimony to anyone other than the Attorney General.  Don't expect a bombshell during Trump's turn in the White House.

The can subpoena Mueller to testify in person.  I’m not sure how the White House fights that, and they can then choose to release whatever they want. 
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