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.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler Sunday warned Trump against attempting to use executive privilege to block the full release of the Mueller report in an attempt to cover up criminal wrongdoing.
The hearings for Trump's attorney general nominee Bill Barr are starting to heat up.
How was this allowed?
Sources tell her Mueller is attempting to thwart any possibility of potential intimidation or pressure by the White House to get Bannon not to comply
Executive privilege covering up a possible obstruction of justice? Nixon's ghost eat your heart out!
Representative Jerry Nadler and others on the House Judiciary Committee wrote to Trump to call him out in advance - Trump has no 'executive privilege' on stuff he's tweeted or said on TV.
Dan Abrams explains that Trump has a "very weak" case to invoke executive privilege to stop James Comey from testifying.
ABC's legal analyst Dan Abrams said that by Trump tweeting, talking and then firing James Comey would destroy any pretense of executive privilege