While he wasn't an angel, his cooperation ultimately led to Nixon's impeachment and resignation.
Hmm, I wonder why Trump would call him a "RAT" and view him negatively...?
He claims he demands transparency, while his White House lies at every turn.
When he says "many lives have been ruined," he's setting up pardons.
Trump demonizes reporters, makes unfounded accusations, including accusing the free press of treasonous behavior by calling them the "enemy of the people."
Irony or scary?
(It's spelled "COUNSEL," FFS.)
Is he smoking something? Or is he just referring to Hannity?
They made statements to the contrary and Trump ranted to make it seem like he was still in control.
But it was clear he was trying too hard...
If there's no government interest in withholding information or if it involves a crime, IT IS NOT PRIVILEGED.
Nixon tried it. He failed. They should pick up a history book.
Trump and Giuliani claim they could've claimed attorney-client privilege in regards to McGahn.
They're either lying or in for a rude awakening.