"That is beyond the scope of Congress' power," he said about the possibility of an arrest. "Congress doesn't have the express authority to go around arresting people. There is simply no historical support for the notion that they can arrest an executive branch official for following executive branch directives."
Nevertheless, the president will pursue it, “but then it works,” McGahn said at a conference of Florida chapters of The Federalist Society.
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