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Judge NAP on impeachment: ‘the Congress can’t’charges for the reasons written in the Constitution

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Fox News senior judicial analyst judge Andrew Napolitano said on Thursday the Congress may set forth the charges with whoever you want “for the reasons that the Constitution and the courts have nothing to say”, responded the President Trump’s promise that he would go all the way to the Supreme court, if the “partisans” are trying to Democrats, accuse him of.

Fox News senior judicial analyst judge Andrew Napolitano said on Thursday the Congress may set forth the charges with whoever you want “for the reasons that the Constitution and the courts have nothing to say”, responded the President Trump’s promise that he would go all the way to the Supreme court, if the “partisans” are trying to Democrats, accuse him of.

Napolitano issued the statement on “Fox & Friends” on Thursday, the morning after President Trump vowed to go all the way to the Supreme court claiming there are “no crimes by me at all” after the publication of the Special Counsel, Robert Mueller’s report.

Trump tweeted on Wednesday: “The Miller report, in spite of is written by Angry Democrats and trump-haters, and with unlimited money behind it ($proportion in excess of 35,000,000), does not lay a glove on me. I HAVE DONE NOTHING WRONG. If the partisan Dems will ever try charges, I would first of all, the head of the Supreme court of the United States.”

Napolitano weighed in on Thursday, said: “The bottom line is, there is nothing he can do about it, because the prosecution is political. There is a legal basis. Treason, bribery, and then there are these fudgy rate, other high crimes and misdemeanors.”

“As Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton, were the subject of the indictment of the high crimes and offences include obstruction of justice. So we know historically, obstruction of justice, a basis for the charges, but the courts will not interfere.”

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The President of the tweet debate as Democrats in Congress, whether to initiate impeachment proceedings against him. During a telephone conference on Monday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., together with your leadership team, it was clear that there are no immediate plans to move forward with the indictment.

Meanwhile, on Monday, the House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, invited former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify next month, the last week release of Müller-Russia-report to the public.

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Nadler described McGahn, who resigned as White House counsel in October 2018, as “a critical witness to many of the alleged cases of obstruction of justice and other misconduct, the report described in the Special Council.”

In response, Napolitano said on Thursday: “this is the dishes, because these subpoenas are valid and if they ask you to testify and you can ignore it. If they send you a subpoena, you can’t ignore, you have something to do with the supoena. Either keep, or bring it to riding your lawyer and your lawyer the best, which obviously, is what to do with the President.”

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“Don McGahn not more, work for the government so he could walk in Jerry Nadler in the Committee meeting room, and take the oath, and will not start, you testified, I believe that he is going to do, I think he is going to defer to the White house desires, that is a challenge for the summons. So, ultimately, is a judge to decide.”

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