Sarah Sanders says House Judiciary Chairman should be embarrassed

Meanwhile the House Judiciary committee is working on holding Barr in contempt while Trump is countering with a declaration of “executive privilege”…over an investigation of his own scummy maneuverings. To put it another way we’re busy displaying to the world what a disastrously flawed system we have, in which The One Top Guy (yes always guy, it has to be guy) gets to do whatever he feels like doing and wrap himself in a fiction called Executive Privilege to nullify any attempts to stop him.

Moments after the White House announced President Trump would assert executive privilege over special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders slammed House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, whom she said is seeking to “break the law” with his requests for the unredacted report.

“They’re asking for information they know they can’t have. The attorney general is actually upholding the law,” Sanders said, adding, “Chairman Nadler is asking the attorney general of the United States to break the law and commit a crime by releasing information that he knows he has no legal authority to have. It’s truly outrageous and absurd what the chairman is doing and he should be embarrassed that he’s behaving this way.”

She attacked Nadler’s understanding of the law, saying that she feels she “(understands) it better than he does.”

Thanks to all the time she has put in telling lies for Donald Trump.

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