Fox News legal analyst Andrew Napolitano had thoughts on the New York Times report that Trump tried to get a friendlier U.S. Attorney to oversee Michael Cohen's case.
The NY Times reports that Trump tried to get his pick to lead the SDNY to oversee the Cohen investigation and then tried to get Congressional allies "to interfere with an ongoing criminal investigation." Napolitano said, "This breaks new ground."
Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney suggests that Congress is incapable of walking and chewing gum at the same time, while defending acting AG Matt Whitaker's disrespect for Rep. Jerry Nadler last week during the House Oversight Committee hearing.
During the House Judiciary hearing, Rep. Lee had enough of Matthew Whitaker's smug and snarky attitude and responses while trying to ask him questions and set him straight.
During the House Judiciary hearing, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee had enough of Matthew Whitaker's smug and snarky attitude. If Whitaker is not going to claim executive privilege he should answer the questions.
The "acting" so-called Attorney General is dancing around contempt of Congress.
Trump refused to weigh in on whether or not Mueller's report ought to be made public and said it's "totally up to" his attorney general Matthew Whitaker whether that happens or not. Trump also refused to say whether or not he'd pardon Roger Stone.
As difficult as it may be to believe, it seems to be true that our top guardian of the rule of law likely lied on his resumé.
The incoming chair of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff had a warning for acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker during an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper after it was revealed that Trump vented to him over revelations in the Michael Cohen case.
Former federal prosecutor Cynthia Alksne tells MSNBC's Morgan Radford that there are people inside the Department of Justice that are the likely source of the leaks about the recommendations on his recusal from the Mueller investigation.
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