Chuck Todd: Republicans Who Worried About Rule of Law Under Obama Seem Pretty ‘Muted’ Now

‘Republican leaders in Congress have prided themselves on being the ones that have been the upholders of the rule of law ‘

Chuck Todd: Republicans Who Worried About Rule of Law Under Obama Seem Pretty ‘Muted’ Now (Mediaite)

“We begin tonight with the imperial presidency.”

Chuck Todd tonight said that Republican leaders seem a lot less interested in denouncing executive overreach and presidents who think they’re above the law.

Given what President Trump and people close to him have said about his pardon power, Todd revisited what Republicans like Ted Cruz and Mitch McConnell said about the excesses of the executive branch under Obama vs under Trump.

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