On "Countdown," Keith Olbermann talked with David Shuster about brewing controversy over The White House's refusal to comply with subpoenas issued by
June 28, 2007

Countdown-Shuster-Subpoena On "Countdown," Keith Olbermann talked with David Shuster about brewing controversy over The White House's refusal to comply with subpoenas issued by both the House and Senate requesting documents relating to the attorney purge scandal and the illegal NSA wiretapping program. The Solicitor General sent a letter to Congress today claiming executive privilege for both the President and Vice President, but as Shuster points out, an attachment to that letter reveals what is, in essence, an admission that the White House is much more involved in the attorney purge scandal than they have previously admitted.

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