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Trump used executive privilege in ‘protection by the Executive branch” of Congress, Levin says

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President Trump, claiming his executive privilege power to protect the presidency, the Congress, the conservative radio host Mark Levin said on Tuesday.

“So that’s why the President’s executive privilege to exercise? Because he’s trying to hide, crime, or financial misconduct? Or not, he wants to get information? No, because he protects the Executive branch,” Levin said on Fox News’ “Hannity.”

To protect earlier this month, Trump claimed his executive privilege of redacted information in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia-investigation, as well as the underlying evidence.

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“Executive privilege can be invoked for a number of reasons, including the protection of the privacy of White house deliberations,” Levin told host Sean Hannity. “This means that a President [and] immediate staff on how to Don McGahn, his lawyer.”

Former White House counsel Don McGahn omitted, the House Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday, after President Trump said to visit him.

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Levin, who also said as the Host of Fox News’ “Life, Liberty & Levin,” that the Constitution say that Congress can do “whatever he wants” by means of a subpoena.

“The Congress does not function, the possibility, it’s not supposed to,” he said.

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Levin noticed, to get as many Democrats are trying in Congress Trump the tax returns through a subpoena, he would like to see the same documentation you receive from people such as Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, the visit, under the chairmanship of the hearing McGahn.

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