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Why Trump Will Try To Block Sessions’ Testimony In An Illegal Assertion Of Executive Privilege

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Why Trump Will Try To Block Sessions’ Testimony In An Illegal Assertion Of Executive Privilege

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is not expected to answer Senate questions about talks he had with President Donald Trump before Former FBI Director James Comey’s firing, according to sources cited by ABC News reporter Mike Levine.




However, the White House must assert the privilege first, according to attorney and former criminal investigator Seth Abramson.

And while Trump did waive executive privilege before, the Senate needs an answer today on whether Trump is asserting executive privilege to block Sessions’ testimony.

Seth Abramson goes on to explain why Trump blocking Sessions’ testimony is illegal:




The Mayflower Speech might have been where the quid pro quo took place, potentially unraveling his presidency.

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