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  • TO MR. SEKULOW. MR. SEKULOW: MR. CHIEF JUSTICE, MEMBERS OF THE SENATE, CHAIRMAN

  • MR. SEKULOW: MR. CHIEF JUSTICE, MEMBERS OF THE SENATE, CHAIRMAN NADLER TALKED ABOUT TREACHEROUS.

  • MEMBERS OF THE SENATE, CHAIRMAN NADLER TALKED ABOUT TREACHEROUS. AT ABOUT 12:10 A.M., JANUARY

  • NADLER TALKED ABOUT TREACHEROUS. AT ABOUT 12:10 A.M., JANUARY 22, THE CHAIRMAN OF THE

  • AT ABOUT 12:10 A.M., JANUARY 22, THE CHAIRMAN OF THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE OF THE BODY

  • 22, THE CHAIRMAN OF THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE OF THE BODY ON THE FLOOR OF THIS SENATE SAID

  • JUDICIARY COMMITTEE OF THE BODY ON THE FLOOR OF THIS SENATE SAID EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE AND OTHER

  • ON THE FLOOR OF THIS SENATE SAID EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE AND OTHER NONSENSE.

  • EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE AND OTHER NONSENSE. NOW THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A

  • NONSENSE. NOW THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A MOMENT.

  • NOW THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A MOMENT. EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE AND OTHER

  • MOMENT. EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE AND OTHER NONSENSE.

  • EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE AND OTHER NONSENSE. MR. NADLER, IT IS NOT NONSENSE.

  • NONSENSE. MR. NADLER, IT IS NOT NONSENSE. THESE ARE PRIVILEGES RECOGNIZED

  • MR. NADLER, IT IS NOT NONSENSE. THESE ARE PRIVILEGES RECOGNIZED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF THE

  • THESE ARE PRIVILEGES RECOGNIZED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.

  • BY THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. AND TO SHRED THE CONSTITUTION ON

  • UNITED STATES. AND TO SHRED THE CONSTITUTION ON THE FLOOR OF THE SENATE, TO

  • AND TO SHRED THE CONSTITUTION ON THE FLOOR OF THE SENATE, TO SERVE WHAT PURPOSE?

  • THE FLOOR OF THE SENATE, TO SERVE WHAT PURPOSE? THE SENATE IS NOT ON TRIAL.

  • SERVE WHAT PURPOSE? THE SENATE IS NOT ON TRIAL. THE CONSTITUTION DOESN'T ALLOW

  • THE SENATE IS NOT ON TRIAL. THE CONSTITUTION DOESN'T ALLOW WHAT JUST TOOK PLACE.

  • THE CONSTITUTION DOESN'T ALLOW WHAT JUST TOOK PLACE. LOOK WHAT WE'VE DEALT WITH FOR

  • WHAT JUST TOOK PLACE. LOOK WHAT WE'VE DEALT WITH FOR THE LAST NOW 13 HOURS, AND WE

  • LOOK WHAT WE'VE DEALT WITH FOR THE LAST NOW 13 HOURS, AND WE HOPEFULLY ARE CLOSING THE

  • THE LAST NOW 13 HOURS, AND WE HOPEFULLY ARE CLOSING THE PROCEEDINGS BUT NOT ON A VERY

  • HOPEFULLY ARE CLOSING THE PROCEEDINGS BUT NOT ON A VERY HIGH NOTE.

  • PROCEEDINGS BUT NOT ON A VERY HIGH NOTE. ONLY GUILTY PEOPLE TRY TO HIDE

  • HIGH NOTE. ONLY GUILTY PEOPLE TRY TO HIDE EVIDENCE, SO I GUESS WHEN

  • ONLY GUILTY PEOPLE TRY TO HIDE EVIDENCE, SO I GUESS WHEN PRESIDENT OBAMA INSTRUCTED HIS

  • EVIDENCE, SO I GUESS WHEN PRESIDENT OBAMA INSTRUCTED HIS ATTORNEY GENERAL TO NOT GIVE

  • PRESIDENT OBAMA INSTRUCTED HIS ATTORNEY GENERAL TO NOT GIVE INFORMATION, HE WAS GUILTY OF A

  • ATTORNEY GENERAL TO NOT GIVE INFORMATION, HE WAS GUILTY OF A CRIME.

  • INFORMATION, HE WAS GUILTY OF A CRIME. THAT'S THE WAY IT WORKS,

  • CRIME. THAT'S THE WAY IT WORKS, MR. NADLER?

  • THAT'S THE WAY IT WORKS, MR. NADLER? IS THAT THE WAY YOU VIEW THE

  • MR. NADLER? IS THAT THE WAY YOU VIEW THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION?

  • IS THAT THE WAY YOU VIEW THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION? BECAUSE THAT'S NOT THE WAY IT

  • UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION? BECAUSE THAT'S NOT THE WAY IT WAS WRITTEN.

  • BECAUSE THAT'S NOT THE WAY IT WAS WRITTEN. THAT IS NOT THE WAY IT'S

  • WAS WRITTEN. THAT IS NOT THE WAY IT'S INTERPRETED.

  • THAT IS NOT THE WAY IT'S INTERPRETED. IT IS NOT THE WAY THE AMERICAN

  • INTERPRETED. IT IS NOT THE WAY THE AMERICAN PEOPLE SHOULD HAVE TO LIVE.

  • IT IS NOT THE WAY THE AMERICAN PEOPLE SHOULD HAVE TO LIVE. I'LL TELL YOU WHAT'S

  • PEOPLE SHOULD HAVE TO LIVE. I'LL TELL YOU WHAT'S TREACHEROUS.

  • I'LL TELL YOU WHAT'S TREACHEROUS. COME TO THE FLOOR OF THE SENATE

  • TREACHEROUS. COME TO THE FLOOR OF THE SENATE AND SAY EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE AND

  • COME TO THE FLOOR OF THE SENATE AND SAY EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE AND OTHER NONSENSE.

  • AND SAY EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE AND OTHER NONSENSE. WE YIELD THE REST OF OUR TIME.

  • OTHER NONSENSE. WE YIELD THE REST OF OUR TIME. THE PRESIDING OFFICER: THE

  • WE YIELD THE REST OF OUR TIME. THE PRESIDING OFFICER: THE MANAGERS HAVE 27 MINUTES

  • THE PRESIDING OFFICER: THE MANAGERS HAVE 27 MINUTES REMAINING.

  • MR. NADLER: MR. CHIEF JUSTICE

  • MR. NADLER: MR. CHIEF JUSTICE AND MEMBERS OF THE SENATE, THE

  • MR. NADLER: MR. CHIEF JUSTICE AND MEMBERS OF THE SENATE, THE PRESIDENT'S COUNSEL HAS NO

  • AND MEMBERS OF THE SENATE, THE PRESIDENT'S COUNSEL HAS NO STANDING TO TALK ABOUT LYING.

  • PRESIDENT'S COUNSEL HAS NO STANDING TO TALK ABOUT LYING. HE TOLD THIS BODY TODAY, THE

  • STANDING TO TALK ABOUT LYING. HE TOLD THIS BODY TODAY, THE PRESIDENT TOLD THIS BODY AND

  • HE TOLD THIS BODY TODAY, THE PRESIDENT TOLD THIS BODY AND TOLD THE AMERICAN PEOPLE

  • PRESIDENT TOLD THIS BODY AND TOLD THE AMERICAN PEOPLE REPEATEDLY, FOR EXAMPLE, THAT

  • TOLD THE AMERICAN PEOPLE REPEATEDLY, FOR EXAMPLE, THAT THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

  • REPEATEDLY, FOR EXAMPLE, THAT THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REFUSED TO ALLOW THE PRESIDENT

  • THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REFUSED TO ALLOW THE PRESIDENT DUE PROCESS.

  • REFUSED TO ALLOW THE PRESIDENT DUE PROCESS. I TOLD YOU IT'S AVAILABLE, THE

  • DUE PROCESS. I TOLD YOU IT'S AVAILABLE, THE PUBLIC DOCUMENT, NOVEMBER 26

  • I TOLD YOU IT'S AVAILABLE, THE PUBLIC DOCUMENT, NOVEMBER 26 LETTER FROM ME AS CHAIRMAN OF

  • PUBLIC DOCUMENT, NOVEMBER 26 LETTER FROM ME AS CHAIRMAN OF THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE TO THE

  • LETTER FROM ME AS CHAIRMAN OF THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE TO THE PRESIDENT OFFERING HIM DUE

  • THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE TO THE PRESIDENT OFFERING HIM DUE PROCESS, OFFERING WITNESSES,

  • PRESIDENT OFFERING HIM DUE PROCESS, OFFERING WITNESSES, OFFERING CROSS-EXAMINATION.

  • PROCESS, OFFERING WITNESSES, OFFERING CROSS-EXAMINATION. A FEW DAYS LATER, WE RECEIVED A

  • OFFERING CROSS-EXAMINATION. A FEW DAYS LATER, WE RECEIVED A LETTER FROM MR. CIPOLLONE ON

  • A FEW DAYS LATER, WE RECEIVED A LETTER FROM MR. CIPOLLONE ON WHITE HOUSE STATIONARY THAT SAID

  • LETTER FROM MR. CIPOLLONE ON WHITE HOUSE STATIONARY THAT SAID NO, WE HAVE NO INTEREST IN

  • WHITE HOUSE STATIONARY THAT SAID NO, WE HAVE NO INTEREST IN APPEARING.

  • NO, WE HAVE NO INTEREST IN APPEARING. ON THE ONE HAND, THEY ARE LYING

  • APPEARING. ON THE ONE HAND, THEY ARE LYING BECAUSE THE HOUSE IS CONDEMNED

  • ON THE ONE HAND, THEY ARE LYING BECAUSE THE HOUSE IS CONDEMNED BY THE PRESIDENT FOR NOT GIVING

  • BECAUSE THE HOUSE IS CONDEMNED BY THE PRESIDENT FOR NOT GIVING HIM DUE PROCESS AFTER THEY

  • BY THE PRESIDENT FOR NOT GIVING HIM DUE PROCESS AFTER THEY REJECTED THE OFFER OF DUE

  • HIM DUE PROCESS AFTER THEY REJECTED THE OFFER OF DUE PROCESS.

  • REJECTED THE OFFER OF DUE PROCESS. THAT LETTER REJECTING IT WAS

  • PROCESS. THAT LETTER REJECTING IT WAS DECEMBER 1.

  • THAT LETTER REJECTING IT WAS DECEMBER 1. THE PRESIDENTS -- THE

  • DECEMBER 1. THE PRESIDENTS -- THE PRESIDENT'S COUNSEL SAYS THAT

  • THE PRESIDENTS -- THE PRESIDENT'S COUNSEL SAYS THAT THE HOUSE SHOULD HAVE ISSUED

  • PRESIDENT'S COUNSEL SAYS THAT THE HOUSE SHOULD HAVE ISSUED SUBPOENAS.

  • THE HOUSE SHOULD HAVE ISSUED SUBPOENAS. WE DID ISSUE SUBPOENAS.

  • SUBPOENAS. WE DID ISSUE SUBPOENAS. THE PRESIDENT, YOU MAY

  • WE DID ISSUE SUBPOENAS. THE PRESIDENT, YOU MAY RECALL, -- YOU SHOULD RECALL

  • THE PRESIDENT, YOU MAY RECALL, -- YOU SHOULD RECALL SAID HE WOULD OPPOSE ALL

  • RECALL, -- YOU SHOULD RECALL SAID HE WOULD OPPOSE ALL SUBPOENAS, AND HE DID.

  • SAID HE WOULD OPPOSE ALL SUBPOENAS, AND HE DID. SO MANY OF THOSE SUBPOENAS ARE

  • SUBPOENAS, AND HE DID. SO MANY OF THOSE SUBPOENAS ARE STILL BEING FOUGHT IN COURT,

  • SO MANY OF THOSE SUBPOENAS ARE STILL BEING FOUGHT IN COURT, SUBPOENAS ISSUED LAST APRIL.

  • STILL BEING FOUGHT IN COURT, SUBPOENAS ISSUED LAST APRIL. SO THAT'S ALSO UNTRUE.

  • SUBPOENAS ISSUED LAST APRIL. SO THAT'S ALSO UNTRUE. AND IT'S A HECK OF A NERVE TO

  • SO THAT'S ALSO UNTRUE. AND IT'S A HECK OF A NERVE TO CRITICIZE THE HOUSE FOR NOT

  • AND IT'S A HECK OF A NERVE TO CRITICIZE THE HOUSE FOR NOT ISSUING SUBPOENAS WHEN THE

  • CRITICIZE THE HOUSE FOR NOT ISSUING SUBPOENAS WHEN THE PRESIDENT SAID HE WOULD OPPOSE

  • ISSUING SUBPOENAS WHEN THE PRESIDENT SAID HE WOULD OPPOSE ALL SUBPOENAS AND WE'VE ISSUED A

  • PRESIDENT SAID HE WOULD OPPOSE ALL SUBPOENAS AND WE'VE ISSUED A LOT OF SUBPOENAS AND HE OPPOSES

  • ALL SUBPOENAS AND WE'VE ISSUED A LOT OF SUBPOENAS AND HE OPPOSES ALL OF THEM, AND THEY'RE TIED UP

  • LOT OF SUBPOENAS AND HE OPPOSES ALL OF THEM, AND THEY'RE TIED UP IN COURT.

  • ALL OF THEM, AND THEY'RE TIED UP IN COURT. THE PRESIDENT CLAIMS, AND MOST

  • IN COURT. THE PRESIDENT CLAIMS, AND MOST MEMBERS OF THIS BODY KNOW

  • THE PRESIDENT CLAIMS, AND MOST MEMBERS OF THIS BODY KNOW BETTER, EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE,

  • MEMBERS OF THIS BODY KNOW BETTER, EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE, WHICH IS A LIMITED PRIVILEGE

  • BETTER, EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE, WHICH IS A LIMITED PRIVILEGE WHICH EXISTS, BUT NOT AS A

  • WHICH IS A LIMITED PRIVILEGE WHICH EXISTS, BUT NOT AS A SHIELD, NOT AS A SHIELD AGAINST

  • WHICH EXISTS, BUT NOT AS A SHIELD, NOT AS A SHIELD AGAINST WRONGDOING, AS THE SUPREME COURT

  • SHIELD, NOT AS A SHIELD AGAINST WRONGDOING, AS THE SUPREME COURT SPECIFICALLY SAID IN THE NIXON

  • WRONGDOING, AS THE SUPREME COURT SPECIFICALLY SAID IN THE NIXON CASE IN 1973 -- 1974.

  • SPECIFICALLY SAID IN THE NIXON CASE IN 1973 -- 1974. THE PRESIDENT CLAIMS ABSOLUTE

  • CASE IN 1973 -- 1974. THE PRESIDENT CLAIMS ABSOLUTE IMMUNITY.

  • THE PRESIDENT CLAIMS ABSOLUTE IMMUNITY. MR. CIPOLLONE WROTE SOME OF

  • IMMUNITY. MR. CIPOLLONE WROTE SOME OF THOSE LETTERS, SAYING THAT THE

  • MR. CIPOLLONE WROTE SOME OF THOSE LETTERS, SAYING THAT THE PRESIDENT -- NOT ONLY SAYING

  • THOSE LETTERS, SAYING THAT THE PRESIDENT -- NOT ONLY SAYING THAT THE PRESIDENT, BUT THAT

  • PRESIDENT -- NOT ONLY SAYING THAT THE PRESIDENT, BUT THAT NOBODY THAT HE DOESN'T WANT

  • THAT THE PRESIDENT, BUT THAT NOBODY THAT HE DOESN'T WANT SHOULD TESTIFY, AND THEN THEY

  • NOBODY THAT HE DOESN'T WANT SHOULD TESTIFY, AND THEN THEY HAVE THE NERVE, AND THAT IS A

  • SHOULD TESTIFY, AND THEN THEY HAVE THE NERVE, AND THAT IS A VIOLATION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL

  • HAVE THE NERVE, AND THAT IS A VIOLATION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF THE HOUSE OF

  • VIOLATION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND THE SENATE

  • RIGHTS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND THE SENATE AND THE AMERICAN PEOPLE AS

  • REPRESENTATIVES AND THE SENATE AND THE AMERICAN PEOPLE AS REPRESENTED THROUGH THEM.

  • AND THE AMERICAN PEOPLE AS REPRESENTED THROUGH THEM. IT'S AN ASSERTION OF THE KINGLY

  • REPRESENTED THROUGH THEM. IT'S AN ASSERTION OF THE KINGLY PREROGATIVE, MONARCHICAL

  • IT'S AN ASSERTION OF THE KINGLY PREROGATIVE, MONARCHICAL PREROGATIVE.

  • PREROGATIVE, MONARCHICAL PREROGATIVE. ONLY THE PRESIDENT, ONLY THE

  • PREROGATIVE. ONLY THE PRESIDENT, ONLY THE PRESIDENT HAS RIGHTS.

  • ONLY THE PRESIDENT, ONLY THE PRESIDENT HAS RIGHTS. THE PEOPLE AS REPRESENTED IN

  • PRESIDENT HAS RIGHTS. THE PEOPLE AS REPRESENTED IN CONGRESS CANNOT GET INFORMATION

  • THE PEOPLE AS REPRESENTED IN CONGRESS CANNOT GET INFORMATION FROM THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH AT

  • CONGRESS CANNOT GET INFORMATION FROM THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH AT ALL.

  • FROM THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH AT ALL. THIS BODY HAS COMMITTEES.

  • ALL. THIS BODY HAS COMMITTEES. IT HAS A 200-YEAR RECORD OF

  • THIS BODY HAS COMMITTEES. IT HAS A 200-YEAR RECORD OF ISSUING SUBPOENAS, OF HAVING THE

  • IT HAS A 200-YEAR RECORD OF ISSUING SUBPOENAS, OF HAVING THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE DAY

  • ISSUING SUBPOENAS, OF HAVING THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE DAY TESTIFY, OF SOMETIMES HAVING

  • ADMINISTRATION OF THE DAY TESTIFY, OF SOMETIMES HAVING SUBPOENA FIGHTS.

  • TESTIFY, OF SOMETIMES HAVING SUBPOENA FIGHTS. BUT NO PRESIDENT HAS EVER

  • SUBPOENA FIGHTS. BUT NO PRESIDENT HAS EVER CLAIMED THE RIGHT TO STONEWALL

  • BUT NO PRESIDENT HAS EVER CLAIMED THE RIGHT TO STONEWALL CONGRESS ON EVERYTHING, PERIOD.

  • CLAIMED THE RIGHT TO STONEWALL CONGRESS ON EVERYTHING, PERIOD. CONGRESS HAS NO RIGHT TO GET

  • CONGRESS ON EVERYTHING, PERIOD. CONGRESS HAS NO RIGHT TO GET INFORMATION, THE AMERICAN PEOPLE

  • CONGRESS HAS NO RIGHT TO GET INFORMATION, THE AMERICAN PEOPLE HAVE NO RIGHT TO GET

  • INFORMATION, THE AMERICAN PEOPLE HAVE NO RIGHT TO GET INFORMATION.

  • HAVE NO RIGHT TO GET INFORMATION. THAT, IN FACT, IS ARTICLE 2 OF

  • INFORMATION. THAT, IN FACT, IS ARTICLE 2 OF THE IMPEACHMENT THAT WE HAVE

  • THAT, IN FACT, IS ARTICLE 2 OF THE IMPEACHMENT THAT WE HAVE VOTED.

  • THE IMPEACHMENT THAT WE HAVE VOTED. IT IS BEYOND BELIEF THAT THE

  • VOTED. IT IS BEYOND BELIEF THAT THE PRESIDENT CLAIMS MONARCHICAL

  • IT IS BEYOND BELIEF THAT THE PRESIDENT CLAIMS MONARCHICAL POWERS.

  • PRESIDENT CLAIMS MONARCHICAL POWERS. I CAN DO WHATEVER I WANT UNDER

  • POWERS. I CAN DO WHATEVER I WANT UNDER 2, SAYS HE, AND THEN ACTS ON

  • I CAN DO WHATEVER I WANT UNDER 2, SAYS HE, AND THEN ACTS ON THAT, DEFIES EVERYTHING, DEFIES