MSNBC’s Jill Wine-Banks: ‘We Now Live in an Authoritarian Dictatorship’

‘That would be unthinkable to me that he wouldn’t comply with the valid subpoena’

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WINE-BANKS: “There is a question about whether he can be indicted, but that, I believe, would be answered, yes, he can be. Obviously this is --"
JACKSON: "OK."
WINE-BANKS: "-- inconsistent with the Office of Legal Counsel. But that is not the same question as whether he can be subpoenaed? And the answer to that seems to me is a clear, yes, he can be. He is definitely not above that rule. And he would have to comply. And if he doesn’t, I think America should think that we are now in an authoritarian dictatorship, that we must rise up against. That would be unthinkable to me that he wouldn’t comply with the valid subpoena.”

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