Rep. Adam Schiff on Trump's call with Ukraine.
The White House is also now claiming executive privilege, which will translate to months of litigation.
Dean also explains why executive privilege does not extend to former White House counsel Don McGahn.
The House Judiciary Committee meets to discuss congressional oversight. Expect sparks to fly.
Nixon's stone wall crumbled under pressure from the public, Congress and the courts, and its rubble formed the foundation for an article of impeachment.
Three instances where Trump might claim executive privilege are destined to be losing arguments before a judge, says Andrew Napolitano.
Fox's resident judge Andrew Napolitano thinks Trump is looking at several losing cases should he try to claim "executive privilege."
The Trump administration can't re-claim executive privilege just because they want to cover up the Mueller conclusions now.
So far, these are the stories of the day.
House Judiciary Chair Jerrold Nadler warned the Trump administration this Sunday that executive privilege cannot be used to hide criminal wrongdoing in the Mueller report.
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