Trump Lawyer Roasts Schiff on Executive Privilege By Quoting His Own 2012 Words at Him

Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow roasted Adam Schiff by using his own 2012 words against him on the topic of executive privilege.

Jay Sekulow:

Right here, before you today, who have said that executive privilege and constitutional privileges have no place in these proceedings

On June 28th 2012, Attorney General Eric Holder became the first Attorney General to be held in both the civil and criminal contempt. 

Why? Because President Obama asserted executive privilege. With respect to the holder contempt proceedings Mr. Manager Schiff wrote 

“The White House assertion of privilege is backed by decades of precedent that has recognized the need for the president and his senior advisers to receive candid advice and information from their top aides.”

Indeed that’s correct. Not because Manager Schiff said it but because the constitution requires it. 


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