Rep. Quigley: Impeachment May Be the Strongest Tool We Have To Prove If Obstruction Occured

‘The White House is not going to comply unless it’s absolutely forced to’

RUSH EXCERPT:

QUIGLEY: “The fact is, the White House is not going to comply unless it’s absolutely forced to. You’re going to see little bits and bursts of activity occasionally, but for the most part, they’re going to be using executive privilege and trying to fight this out in the courts as long as possible. And that gets back to why I finally decided to move forward and support an impeachment inquiry. Because I think it gives us a much stronger argument in the courts to push back against this sort of obstruction.”

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