Trump to send Pelosi a letter ‘daring’ her to hold vote on impeachment

Trump to send Pelosi a letter ‘daring’ her to hold vote on impeachment
Trump to send Pelosi a letter ‘daring’ her to hold vote on impeachment
I’M legal analysis, Andy McCarthy, pharmacist news attorney, Fox News, contributor and a good morning to you. There were throwing a lot of their viewers. In fact, a lot is coming at us every day and every hour today, splace bill would be Capitol Hill, where we just heard from Catherine, that’s where the action is and when I say that I say it, because we understand that the president is going to submit This letter to the house, I think it’s the right thing for him to do the Constitution. Repose has the power to impeach solely in the house, not in the Speaker of the House in the house, and it actually would benefit the house. Even though is Speaker Pelosi says, there’s nothing in the Constitution wires that they take a boat before they do an impeachment and Cory if they want to go into court and try to enforce any information demands. And, as I pointed out, we don’t have subpoenas at the moment. Would Pompeo has basically letters from Congress asking for assistance, but if they want to go into court and try to enforce these information demands? The first thing a quartz going to want to know is: has the house voted to have an impeachment, and a lot hinges on that, including how much expansion a court would give a president’s claim of executive privilege and privileged over matters that are in the president’s duties Under article so so I think she’s right, they don’t have to have a boat there’s nothing that requires them to have a boat. But if this is going to be real, if they really have grounds to seek the president impeachment, they not only should have because it’s in their interest when they go to court to have a boat, they should be proud to have a boat if they really think They were grounds to remove the president of the United States from power than the house should speak as one as an institution and vote that with him a Smoking Gun lurking weather obvious or not. If you, if you were the president watching all this, what would concern you the most well I’d be most concerned about the the way Americans are consuming the coverage? You know there’s a lot of reporting. That’S that’s simply inaccurate about. What’S going on, for example, this whole idea that there is an impeachment and Corey there’s, not the idea that there are subpoenas there aren’t the whole thing. This is all Kabuki theater at this, and I think a lot of people are, you know consuming it as if it were true on face value, and I really think if I will, the the White House would. I would be worried about his breaking through that. I’M not quite sure entirely clear on what you’re saying there if you’re the White House, your concern example, let’s take one thing: the term quid pro quo is quid pro quo when foreign countries deal with each other. The issue is not whether there was a quid pro quo. It would be bizarre if two countries with dealing with each other and it wasn’t an exchange, their always pursuing their interest. The question here is: is there a corrupt quid-pro-quo that is? Was the president leveraging his power over Foreign Affairs exclusively to get the ukrainians basically to work on the Trump 2020 campaign? On the other hand, if what the president was actually doing was trying to Leverage The ukrainians to assist in attorney general bars, legitimate Justice Department investigation into the investigations that were attendance of 2016 campaign. That’S not only normal, it’s entirely appropriate. But if it’s pitch to the public, as if was there a quid-pro-quo about 2016, what the public is taking from, that is that the jestion that there was a corrupt, improper deal and that is brought to them. In the context of being told that there is an impeachment inquiry over it and that there are subpoenas pending demanding that the executive branch turn over information 2020 going to get a better answer on that in a moment. A better but a more complete answer.
Andy McCarthy says an impeachment inquiry vote would most likely determine how a court sides with the White House on what can be classified under executive privilege. #FoxNews

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