Christopher Hull PhD senior fellow with AIR interview on OAN: Trump Wins Court Appeal

 


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all right Chris talk to me about this

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all right Chris talk to me about this

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all right Chris talk to me about this
this is this is pretty significant the

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this is this is pretty significant the

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this is this is pretty significant the
Democrats rushed through all of the

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Democrats rushed through all of the

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Democrats rushed through all of the
proceedings first in Russia and then in

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proceedings first in Russia and then in

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proceedings first in Russia and then in
Ukraine without waiting for this idea of

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Ukraine without waiting for this idea of

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Ukraine without waiting for this idea of
executive privilege to be adjudicated

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executive privilege to be adjudicated

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executive privilege to be adjudicated
they just accused the president of

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they just accused the president of

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they just accused the president of
obstructing their investigation

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obstructing their investigation

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obstructing their investigation
obstructing Congress a term they

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obstructing Congress a term they

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obstructing Congress a term they
invented because of this how does this

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invented because of this how does this

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invented because of this how does this
ruling from the DC Circuit Court of

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ruling from the DC Circuit Court of

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ruling from the DC Circuit Court of
Appeals change that I think it’s it’s

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Appeals change that I think it’s it’s

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Appeals change that I think it’s it’s
dispositive I think that this really

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dispositive I think that this really

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dispositive I think that this really
shows that Trump was writing the

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shows that Trump was writing the

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shows that Trump was writing the
Democrats were wrong I mean if you look

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Democrats were wrong I mean if you look

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Democrats were wrong I mean if you look
at if you look at this on just on the

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at if you look at this on just on the

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at if you look at this on just on the
history of it the executive privilege is

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history of it the executive privilege is

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history of it the executive privilege is
something that has been exerted by

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something that has been exerted by

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something that has been exerted by
presidents for decades right so you know

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presidents for decades right so you know

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presidents for decades right so you know
not only george w bush exerted it but so

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not only george w bush exerted it but so

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not only george w bush exerted it but so
did barack obama and when trump does it

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did barack obama and when trump does it

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did barack obama and when trump does it
they impeach him seriously that’s pretty

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they impeach him seriously that’s pretty

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they impeach him seriously that’s pretty
much what it seems like so i want to go

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much what it seems like so i want to go

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much what it seems like so i want to go
back a little bit for those wondering

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back a little bit for those wondering

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back a little bit for those wondering
about executive privilege and i want to

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about executive privilege and i want to

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about executive privilege and i want to
talk about the whys behind executive

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talk about the whys behind executive

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talk about the whys behind executive
privilege you and i talked about this

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privilege you and i talked about this

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privilege you and i talked about this
briefly chris around the time that john

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briefly chris around the time that john

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briefly chris around the time that john
bolton was talking about private

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bolton was talking about private

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bolton was talking about private
conversations or alleged private

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conversations or alleged private

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conversations or alleged private
conversations with the president and how

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conversations with the president and how

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conversations with the president and how
important it is for the president to be

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important it is for the president to be

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important it is for the president to be
able to have privacy in discussions with

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able to have privacy in discussions with

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able to have privacy in discussions with
his advisors otherwise he’s not going to

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his advisors otherwise he’s not going to

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his advisors otherwise he’s not going to
be able to talk to advisors get good

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be able to talk to advisors get good

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be able to talk to advisors get good
advice brainstorm on ideas because he’s

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advice brainstorm on ideas because he’s

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advice brainstorm on ideas because he’s
constantly going to be worried that

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constantly going to be worried that

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constantly going to be worried that
those that those conversations are going

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those that those conversations are going

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those that those conversations are going
to be leaked and are going to be

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to be leaked and are going to be

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to be leaked and are going to be
damaging to him that’s the reason behind

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damaging to him that’s the reason behind

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damaging to him that’s the reason behind
executive privilege in addition to the

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executive privilege in addition to the

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executive privilege in addition to the
national security concerns correct yes

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national security concerns correct yes

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national security concerns correct yes
that’s right exactly

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that’s right exactly

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that’s right exactly
you know we have to we have to have a

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you know we have to we have to have a

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you know we have to we have to have a
situation in which we recognize that

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situation in which we recognize that

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situation in which we recognize that
these people work for the president the

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these people work for the president the

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these people work for the president the
United States and that as a

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United States and that as a

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United States and that as a
constitutional officer that that he is

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constitutional officer that that he is

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constitutional officer that that he is
the one who’s the boss of them right and

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the one who’s the boss of them right and

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the one who’s the boss of them right and
that really what their function is is to

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that really what their function is is to

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that really what their function is is to
advise him and so the conversations that

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advise him and so the conversations that

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advise him and so the conversations that
they have it’s almost like talking to an

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they have it’s almost like talking to an

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they have it’s almost like talking to an
attorney it’s the same sort of thing

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attorney it’s the same sort of thing

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attorney it’s the same sort of thing
it’s you know you’re supposed to have

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it’s you know you’re supposed to have

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it’s you know you’re supposed to have
attorney-client privilege of course in

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attorney-client privilege of course in

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attorney-client privilege of course in
the case of Trump you don’t have a

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the case of Trump you don’t have a

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the case of Trump you don’t have a
tourney client privilege either they get

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tourney client privilege either they get

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tourney client privilege either they get
to bust in the door of your attorney and

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to bust in the door of your attorney and

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to bust in the door of your attorney and
take millions of documents from him

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take millions of documents from him

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take millions of documents from him
and then convicted of something and get

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and then convicted of something and get

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and then convicted of something and get
into turn on Trump so apparently these

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into turn on Trump so apparently these

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into turn on Trump so apparently these
things don’t apply to Trump but this

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things don’t apply to Trump but this

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things don’t apply to Trump but this
Court is saying well actually maybe they

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Court is saying well actually maybe they

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Court is saying well actually maybe they
kind of do

 

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