SOURCE: Washington Post
by Gillian Brockell
While a Congressional subpoena delivered to a president is unusual, it's not unprecedented. But the past is little guide to how Donald Trump will respond to a call to appear before the January 6th committee.
by James D. Zirin
A veteran prosecutor explains that the legal standards for conspiracy put Trump in the crosshairs. Whether he faces consequences for the attempted coup, however, is a question of politics.
While the Watergate hearings of 1973 made chairman Sam Ervin a household name and publicized the crimes of Watergate and the Nixon campaign, it's unlikely the January 6 Committee can follow that act.
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