June 13, 2019
From Fox News:
The Constitution does not explicitly provide for special counsels or special prosecutors, (Alan) Dershowitz said Tuesday on "The Ingraham Angle."
He added such offices are "inconsistent" with the founding document, adding that there wasn't a pretense for the several-hundred-page conclusion to the investigation into President Trump.
Democrats in Congress passed a "civil enforcement resolution" on a straight party line vote to hold Barr and White House Counsel Bob McCann in Contempt of Congress.
Since the President has asserted Executive Privilege Congress has no authority in this matter and will likely lose in a court challenge. The President is a coequal branch of government, and cannot be coerced by Congress. Oh, and he is the enforcement arm, so Congress can go pound sand.
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