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Professor Bowman: White House Letter Distorts Both Law and History on Impeachment

In an October 9 article on Just Security, Professor Frank O. Bowman, III writes that the White House letter refusing all executive branch cooperation with the ongoing House impeachment inquiry includes three legal arguments that are without foundation. The letter claims the House impeachment inquiry is not valid because a full House vote has not been taken. There is no…

Dean Lidsky Comments on CNN Dispute with White House

On November 16, District Court Judge Timothy Kelly temporarily restored CNN correspondent Jim Acosta’s security pass, saying that Acosta’s Fifth Amendment due process rights had been violated when the White House revoked his security pass. A November 19 article on Politico, “White House says it still plans to revoke access for CNN’s Acosta,” explains that the White House plans to…