The Feds analyze the current apparent impasse between the Administration and the House of Representatives and discuss possible inroads that the House Democrats could nevertheless execute. They detail possible witnesses that the House still can call. They conclude by considering the legal and political implications of the two district court victories upholding subpoenas for financial records of the President, including before 2016.
Host, Harry Litman, is joined by Joyce Vance, Matthew Miller and Jennifer Rodgers. Former head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Richard Cordray explains the sidebar.