Jay Sekulow: President Trump Was Denied His Rights

‘The president was denied the right to have counsel present at hearings’

SEKULOW: "Mr. Schiff also talked about a trifecta. I’ll give you a trifecta. During the proceedings that took place before the Judiciary Committee, the President was denied the right to cross-examine witnesses. The President was denied the right to access evidence. And the President was denied the right to have counsel present at hearings. That’s a trifecta. A trifecta that violates the Constitution of the United States.”

 

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