Klayman: It Worked for the Clintons: This Guy Is a Legal Moron!
By Renato Mariotti
May 26, 2019
In the space of three days this week, two federal judges ruled decisively in favor of Congress' right to subpoena President Donald Trump's personal financial and business records. The speed of the decisions—unusual in complex federal litigation—demonstrates a significant flaw in the administration's "fight all the subpoenas" strategy. More importantly, it suggests that Trump's strategy of categorically fighting all congressional subpoenas will undermine his ability to stonewall Congress in subsequent cases.
Already, one of the rulings has been appealed by the Trump administration, and a three-judge panel is scheduled to hear the case in July. In the meantime, however, we are witnessing profound legal decisions in defense of congressional power.
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