Watergate prosecutor says Democrats are in a ‘use it or lose it’ moment on subpoenas (Raw Story link): Former Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks urged Democrats in Congress to aggressively enforce subpoenas issued by the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol.
"Do you see a political strategy?" Menendez asked. "I see obstruction of congress," Wine-Banks replied. "I see crime."
"So I think whether he is doing this to be a martyr, or whether he's doing this as a legal strategy, we know that the law does not allow him to fail, for example, to show up for his deposition. He has to come in if he wants to claim any privilege, including the Fifth Amendment, he can do it when he comes into the room," she said.
"He can't do it by saying I'm not coming because I think I have executive privilege because the ex-president says I have it."