Published: Tue, June 11, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Louie Gohmert Blasts CNN's John Dean, Mocks MSNBC's Joyce White Vance

Louie Gohmert Blasts CNN's John Dean, Mocks MSNBC's Joyce White Vance

"This efficient approach will allow us to walk and chew gum at the same time", said Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., chairman of the House Rules Committee, in a hearing on Monday setting the table for the vote expected on Tuesday. Watch live in the player above.

The House resolution being considered Tuesday would authorize lawsuits against Attorney General William Barr and former White House counsel Don McGahn for defying subpoenas pertaining to special counsel Robert Mueller's report.

A growing number of Democrats have called for Trump's impeachment in light of special counsel Robert Mueller refusing to exonerate the president of obstruction of justice.

The Democratic congressman for New York, Jerrold Nadler, who is the chair of the committee, said the justice department would provide some of Mueller's "most important files" and all members of the committee would be able to view them.

Napolitano went on to express his surprise that Barr agreed to Nadler's request, stating his opinion that the Attorney General was not required by law to turn over the documents. I don't leave, ' he stated on the White House lawn.

Barr and Ross won't agree to give members of Congress materials they've sought in connection with the Trump administration's desire to ask a question about citizenship in the 2020 census. "John Dean's been a loser for many years", Trump told reporters later Monday.

At that point, President Trump would have the opportunity to assert executive privilege in a bid to protect them from release.

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"That is very, very serious, and we need to get to the bottom of it and we need to know who participated in that from Russian Federation, from the United States or from both", Hoyer said.

"Mr. Dean has made a cottage industry out of accusing presidents of acting like Richard Nixon". Joyce White Vance, former United States attorney for the Northern District of Alabama, said, "Mueller was investigating an attack on our democracy by a hostile foreign power, and on multiple occasions, the president tried to thwart it, curtail it, or end it completely, either by removing the special counsel outright or interfering with his ability to gather evidence".

"They're picking their lawyers from TV now", she said of the House Democrats, adding that Dean had spoken out against Trump's nomination of Brett M. Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court. In fact, Dean, a convicted felon, has repeatedly charged that past Republican presidencies, including Reagan, Bush, and now Trump, are "worse than Watergate".

"We're investigating all of the things we would investigate, frankly, in an impeachment inquiry".

Dean laughed, and said "I did, actually".

In 1973, Dean testified before the Senate Watergate Committee against Nixon, and went on to serve four months in prison for his role in the Watergate scandal.

Trump's comments came the same day John Dean, the former White House counsel to Nixon, testified before the House Judiciary Committee and drew comparisons between the president and his former boss.

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