McGahn

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@CREWcrew

The Justice Department subpoenaed Apple for information in February 2018 about an account that belonged to Don McGahn, Trump’s White House counsel at the time, and barred the company from telling him about it, according to two people briefed on the matter. https://t.co/BpqZ1UkoHH

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@MilesTaylorUSA

This is insane: Apple informed former White House counsel Don McGahn and wife that their records were sought by DOJ in 2018 - CNNPolitics https://t.co/PSSPqAiKjZ

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@kaitlancollins

Don McGahn and his wife received disclosures from Apple last month that the Justice Department sought their account records in February 2018 while he was still White House counsel. It is extraordinary to subpoena a White House counsel's records. https://t.co/9W49Nkhiou

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@cnnbrk

Apple told Don McGahn that the Justice Department sought account records for him and his wife while he was Trump's White House counsel, a source says https://t.co/KlZYBEppEe

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@Amy_Siskind

But there's more! Trump's DOJ also subpoenaed information about an account belonging to Don McGahn, and info on his wife, in February 2018, https://t.co/MBmEcLR7LY

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@TimOBrien

So while Trump strong arms his WH counsel, McGahn, to bury Trump’s efforts to can Mueller, DOJ subpoenas Apple for McGahn and his wife’s communication data. And Barr, Sessions and Rosenthal were all left in the dark on this? As they say they were about other Apple subpoenas?

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@DeanObeidallah

WOW JUST IN: Trump DOJ Reportedly Subpoenaed Apple for White House Counsel Don McGahn’s Data - so Trump's DOJ subpoenaed Trump's own WH Counsel and we are to believe Trump didn't direct this?!! https://t.co/B1BEYfrQc5 via @mediaite

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@PaulaReidCNN

“Clearly something here does not add up - how is it possible the two top Justice officials [Sessions & Rosenstein] would not be aware of this extraordinary request?” Joined @PamelaBrownCNN w/our latest reporting on DoJ’s secret request for records of former WH Counsel Don McGahn https://t.co/TRNEFvcMY4

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@waltshaub

I’m sure nobody is more concerned about McGahn’s privacy than the victims of the child separation policy.

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@JillWineBanks

Trump AGs should be required to publicly answer qs re the factual basis for subpoenas for metadata about MOCs and Don McGahn. I suspect political motives. https://t.co/6tZ27sjERQ

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@Acosta

Former Trump White House counsel Don McGahn and his wife received disclosures from Apple last month that their account records were sought by the Justice Department in February 2018, while McGahn was still the top lawyer representing the presidency... https://t.co/jkcPmNYO0f

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@PalmerReport

Donald Trump’s day so far: - Gets caught spying on White House Counsel Don McGahn - Makes Richard Nixon look like Mother Teresa - Trump’s pal Netanyahu ousted - Everything Trump touches dies - His allies are dropping like flies - Trump is going to prison - It’s still only 6pm

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@kylegriffin1

Breaking NYT: Apple told Don McGahn, Trump's White House counsel, last month that the Justice Dept. had subpoenaed information about an account that belonged to him in February 2018, and that the government barred the company from telling him at the time. https://t.co/63NdkMbCL9

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@nytmike

NEW: DOJ secretly subpoenaed Apple for personal info of Trump's then WH counsel Don McGahn and his wife in Feb '18. DOJ barred Apple from telling them at time but 3 years later in May '21 Apple told them. It's unclear what investigation it was related to. https://t.co/bqZAycoIo4

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@hugolowell

Breaking via NY Times: Trump Justice Dept secretly subpoenaed information about accounts that belonged to former White House counsel Don McGahn — who testified to Mueller — and his wife in February 2018.

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@SethAbramson

I get that the House Judiciary Committee is trying to get folks to pay attention to the allegations in Vol. 2 of the Mueller Report by implying they're new revelations we just got from McGahn, but the truth is that we knew basically all of this years ago and *no one did anything*

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@PoliticusSarah

Former White House counsel Don McGahn revealed to the House Judiciary Committee that Trump directed him to write a false statement and commit a crime. https://t.co/99BSLw4axu via @politicususa

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@RepMattGaetz

During his testimony to the House Judiciary Committee, Don McGahn did not do what Democrats wanted him to do. https://t.co/ufd0552CKQ

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@PalmerReport

Turns out the Democrats knew what they were doing when they got Don McGahn to testify about Trump's obstruction. Now the transcript is a matter of public record, and pressure will mount on the DOJ to bring obstruction charges against Trump: https://t.co/KhnQjfTW6K

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@kylegriffin1

Breaking. The House Judiciary Committee has just released a transcript of their closed door interview with former Trump White House counsel Don McGahn: https://t.co/khDUnuZRF1

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@tribelaw

“Former White House lawyer Don McGahn said he felt ‘trapped’ by former President Trump's relentless insistence that he have Special Counsel Robert Mueller ousted, according to newly released transcript of his testimony to the House Judiciary Committee.” https://t.co/JcLiTuMzdj

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@waltshaub

DOJ will defend them in resisting the subpoenas, like it defended Don McGahn. Just you watch. https://t.co/Ntsq6vyHwi

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@ZoeTillman

At least at the start, McGahn is careful to avoid answers that stray from the literal text of the Mueller report. Asked about a section saying Trump told Sessions to resign after learning about Mueller's appointment, McGahn replies: "I don't quibble with the syntax." https://t.co/e4cJX5YAoK

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@DrDenaGrayson

Former WH Counsel Don McGahn confirmed to @HouseJudiciary that when Trump learned that a special counsel had been appointed, Trump said, "Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my Presidency. I'm f***ed." Justice is coming for you, Donald.

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@AaronBlake

McGahn says he stands by his account that Trump tried to get him to have Mueller removed -- despite Trump disputing this. https://t.co/lmCyBnef9p

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@ericgarland

And McGahn does NOT appear to have immunity.

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@CNNPolitics

House Democrats release former Trump White House Counsel Don McGahn's testimony, the culmination of a two-year court fight against the Trump administration https://t.co/fwSLMRHpzJ

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@HouseJudiciary

NEW: Today @HouseJudiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler released a transcript of the Committee's June 4th interview with Donald F. McGahn, former White House Counsel. https://t.co/hckkDplbLi

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@ElieNYC

McGahn testimony: Dems: So, everything you told Bob Mueller was true? McGahn: Yup. Dems: Anything else you remember? McGahn: Nope. Dems: Anything else you'd like to add? McGahn: Nope. Dems: Come on. McGahn: I didn't like it. Dems: I'm really glad we waited 2 years for this.

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@KlasfeldReports

"'Point of No Return': Don McGahn Told Congress How Close Trump Came to 'Inflection Point,' Another 'Saturday Night Massacre'" My developing write-up of the just-released transcript, for @lawcrimenews https://t.co/e9AnOFBbXl

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@eliehonig

Don McGahn has now confirmed the worst of Trump’s abuses detailed in the Mueller report. So: what happens next? I’ll discuss with @donlemon around 10:25 pm on @CNN @DonLemonTonight.

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@hugolowell

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on McGahn testimony about Trump obstruction of Mueller: “The fact that McGahn testified is a victory for Democracy. It is a resounding vindication of the House’s subpoena powers.”

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@kylegriffin1

Speaker Pelosi: "The fact that McGahn testified is a victory for Democracy. It is a resounding vindication of the House’s subpoena powers, which are a pillar of our system of checks of balances that ensure that Congress can pursue the truth for the American people."

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@Sites4Congress

Don McGahn's testimony confirmed Trump tried to obstruct the Mueller investigation... by firing Robert Mueller. Jim Jordan's claiming his testimony lets Trump off the hook! I'm running to #FireJimJordan because I'm tired of him turning a blind eye. https://t.co/vy6bK7xTgP

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@PalmerReport

Don McGahn’s newly released congressional testimony transcript will make it much easier for the DOJ to prosecute Trump for obstruction of justice, and place huge public pressure on the DOJ to do so. Once again, the Democrats in Congress know exactly what they’re doing.

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@hugolowell

Just in: House Judiciary chair Jerry Nadler says McGahn provided substantial new info re Mueller — “How dangerously close President Trump brought us to, in Mr McGahn’s words, the ‘point of no return.’”

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@kylegriffin1

Judiciary Cmte: Trump directed McGahn to write a false statement—knowing that the statement was false, and knowing that carrying out this order might expose McGahn to criminal liability, including prosecution by the Special Counsel. https://t.co/ODuz0Kqmb7

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@kylegriffin1

It's happening: On Friday, June 4, the House Judiciary Committee will hold a closed transcribed interview with former Trump White House counsel Don McGahn.

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@thehill

Democrats claim vindication, GOP cries witch hunt as McGahn finally testifies https://t.co/OQqQfKrNzC https://t.co/5Rv191zTkE

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@harrylitman

"Oh, DeJoy! Gaetz of Hell!" It's an ALL-NEW @talkingfedspod. @StaceyPlaskett @matthewamiller & @jonathanalter join me to talk McGahn, DeJoy/Gaetz criminal trouble, voting rights, Tulsa, and more. Link at https://t.co/561cd3IFTe https://t.co/Tl5c2FozS0

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@CNNPolitics

House Democrats finally get to interview former Trump White House Counsel Don McGahn https://t.co/LqhetLUGUs

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@AmandaMarcotte

Yup. And the extent of the coverup is how we know Trump is super guilty. That and actually reading the Mueller report. https://t.co/dP0C9AcJn9

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@ericgarland

3. McGahn's testimony looks like it will be shattering in front of a jury. https://t.co/paaOJ7NJhR

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@ericgarland

1. McGahn has testified that Trump was covering for what we now know was a Russian intelligence operation set up by Paul Manafort. And it's not that Dems had to wait two years - it's that Barr helped the obstruction. https://t.co/vhr9zJX2mE

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@eliehonig

Nadler won’t do anything of consequence about McGahn’s absurdly belated testimony. DOJ can. https://t.co/dbCL8PyzoY

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@RepMattGaetz

.@dcexaminer: McGahn 'confirmed' Mueller interviewed for FBI job before special counsel appointment, Gaetz says https://t.co/UsjCPnYdqN

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@JoyceWhiteVance

Rep. Jim Jordan “denounced Friday’s session as ‘re-litigating the Mueller report’ & a waste of time,” which serves as a reminder the report’s 10 findings of obstruction were never litigated. Trump was never held accountable. But, no time like the present. https://t.co/x0eUJylAXr

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@ericgarland

So yesterday, Don McGahn just gave testimony under oath that should allow Merrick Garland to charge Donald Trump and others with felony Obstruction of Justice. Let's have a look.

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@glennkirschner2

Top 5 Reasons Why Don McGahn's Congressional Testimony about Trump's Obstruction of Justice is a Consequential Development on the Road to Justice. #JusticeMatters https://t.co/r62NR8hEBS via @YouTube

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@mkraju

Testimony two years in the making: Trump’s WH counsel, Don McGahn, today behind closed doors with House Judiciary https://t.co/Uln407UCxZ

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@hugolowell

New: House Judiciary chair Jerry Nadler blasts Trump after McGahn deposition: “Trump, increasingly unhinged and fearful of his own liability, attempted to obstruct the Mueller investigation at every turn.”

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@JohnFugelsang

Today, 1. Matt Gaetz gets to question Don McGahn about obstruction of justice, 2. Irony shoots up behind a Motel 6.

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@hugolowell

New: Former Trump White House counsel Don McGahn is being “somewhat difficult” testifying behind closed doors about Mueller and the Russia inquiry before the House Judiciary Committee, chair Nadler says.

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@mmpadellan

Jim Jordan attended the closed door interview of Don McGahn, but left his eyes closed while boys were being molested. Google "Jim Jordan wrestling." Your RT and small donation helps us remind his constituents to do the same. https://t.co/RO8jIj3drj

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@mkraju

Nadler said Don McGahn “shed new light on several troubling events.” And he says: “Mr. McGahn was clearly distressed by President Trump’s refusal to follow his legal advice, again and again, and he shed new light on several troubling events today.”

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@waltshaub

McGahn is getting to testify behind closed doors because the Biden administration kept defending him against House Dems. Biden’s doing a lot of things right, but he completely misjudges the threat democracy faces. I hope he wakes up to that threat before it’s too late. https://t.co/MVQHUEhfTE

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@kylegriffin1

During a break in the interview, House Judiciary Chairman Nadler said that ex-Trump White House counsel Don McGahn's appearance before the committee "vindicates the congressional subpoena right." https://t.co/4LJ21Hdz5m

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@mkraju

The two Republicans attending the closed Don McGahn interview: Jim Jordan and Matt Gaetz, Nadler tells reporters

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@Jim_Jordan

Don McGahn is being deposed today before the Judiciary Committee. It should be Dr. Fauci.

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@kylegriffin1

Chairman Jerry Nadler: "Today is a great victory for congressional oversight. By securing Mr. McGahn's testimony, we have made clear that the executive branch must respect our subpoenas. There is no such thing as so-called 'absolute immunity' from congressional testimony."

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@SethAbramson

I like how we pretend that Matt Gaetz won't *immediately* inform Trump and his legal team of *everything* Don McGahn says behind closed doors to the House Judiciary Committee today I think it's nice how we pretend Trump's stooges don't leak sensitive info to him upon his command

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@kylegriffin1

Reminder: Today, ex-Trump White house counsel Don McGahn will testify before the House Judiciary Committee behind closed doors about incidents documented in the Mueller report of Trump's attempts to fire Mueller and block the Russia investigation.

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