House judiciary Chairman Nadler: Trump makes it ‘more difficult’ not to take into account charge

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House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, accused the White house of “intimidating” former White house Advisor Don McGahn, and they testify on Capitol Hill and said it was “more and more difficult,” not as a President trump to the charges on Monday night.

Nadler told CNN anchor Chris Cuomo that his Committee hold McGahn “in contempt” for not complying with the subpoena and take the fight to court.

“You are dealing with a lawless President who is willing to any lengths to prevent the witness that could implicate him, that makes it imply to him,” Nadler said.

Nadler said that Trump is not nits the “lawless behavior” in his administration, the continuous blocking of the requested documents and stuff to take into account that it is a “difficult” accusation.


“The recalcitrance of the President and his legislative behavior-free, makes it to ignore more and more difficult, all of the alternatives, including the indictment,” Nadler said Cuomo. “The President is not above the law, no more than anyone else can.”

Earlier on Monday, the House Judiciary Committee member Rep. David Cicilline, Dr. I., vowed to push for an impeachment inquiry, if McGahn not witnesses on Tuesday.

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