Steve Bannon Faces Potential DOJ Charges Over Jan. 6 Subpoena Fight

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NBC News Correspondent Pete Williams walks through the Department of Justice’s guidelines on executive privilege as former Trump aides consider not complying with subpoena deadlines in the Jan. 6 investigation. 

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  • Comments

    Justice F. All says:

    "ALWAYS" interrupt the enemy when "BIG LIES" are proven false
    (election audits) and at a high
    cost for a "NATION."

    Elizabeth Ayres says:

    No. Congress has inherent powers over contempt

    Jayjay Watkins says:

    Eric Holder was held in contempt of congress and nothing happened to him. Bannon is a private citizen. He doesn't owe these frauds an appearance.

    Dan Johnston says:

    Whatsoever, for any cause,
    Seeketh to take or give,
    Power above or beyond the Laws,
    Suffer it not to live!                             (Kipling)

    Douglas Roff says:

    So let me get this straight. The DOJ can ignore the plain language of a statute from the very branch that is seeking to have them enforce their subpoena. Where does Congress go to test this 1984 decision to ignore the 1857 law? Back to the DOJ? Honestly, the system is broken. There's too much wiggle room,

    Patty Cakes says:


    Noah Johnson says:

    Investing in crypto now should be in every wise individuals list, in some months time you'll be ecstatic with the decision you made today.

    Josh Thorne says:

    They don't have enough leverage. He can afford 100k fine, and a year in jail will play into his fantasies and add to his legend. He'll aggressively fund-raise the whole time, and be out before 2024 as some kind of martyr. They need more on him.

    Marta Womack says:

    For the love of all, he needs to be locked up as an example, so this never, ever happens in America again! This isn't rocket science.

    Chris Lasprogata says:

    Nothing will happen lol

    Kevin B Willson says:

    No Bail Jail treat him like he they treat poor minorities

    Jack Oszuscik says:

    How bout holding accountable those responsible for the deaths of 13 soldiers, three adults, seven children and countless civilians and allies also those left behind enemy lines in Afghanistan 😂😆🤣😛
    Great job joe 👍👌😆 😆😂😆

    Robert Kiefert says:

    Lock the 🐷up 🔐

    J Chung says:

    Just do it ! No more talking!

    Jock Young says:

    So much for having nothing to hide.

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