Trump responds to Biden keeping his interview audio tapes secret by invoking executive privilege

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Trump Campaign Statement on White House Executive Privilege Claim Over The Hur Tapes
“Crooked Joe Biden and his feeble administration have irretrievably politicized the key constitutional tenet of executive privilege, denying it to their political opponents while aggressively trying to use it to run political cover for Crooked Joe.”—Steven Cheung, Trump Campaign Spokesman

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2 thoughts on “Trump responds to Biden keeping his interview audio tapes secret by invoking executive privilege”

  1. I would assume that releasing the supposed transcript of the interview waives any privilege associated with the interview. I’m pretty sure that Congress has a legal right to the audio recording, if for no other reason than to check the accuracy of the transcript that’s been provided.

    I know that once when I was involved in a case and filed an appeal using the transcript of the trial, the first thing the court of appeals did was order the audio recording of the trial to assure that the written transcript was accurate, due to various statements of the trial judge that were so serious that the appellate court needed to make sure that the transcript was accurate before reversing the trial judge and informing the state supreme court so as to have that trial judge kicked off the bench.

    Here, the issues are far more serious than the trial that I was appealing, and refusal to release the recording of the interview does nothing but raise suspicion concerning the accuracy of the transcript and whether it might have been edited to conceal information.

    Ar any rate, the House’s right to compare the recording with the written transcript is a simple issue of law, so it shouldn’t take long to get a court ruling on this claim of Executive Privilege.

    1. It’s especially necessary to compare the two since we have proof that transcripts of Biden have been, shall we say kindly, not altogether accurate heretofore.

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