White House seeks advice of 'torture memos' author on powers
And every time it says DACA' ... replace it with skills-based immigration system," Yoo said he told the White House. This gives President Trump an alternative to create such a program, at least for a few years." But Yoo said that soon after publication of the articles, he received a call from White House officials he declined to name. I wasn't trying to influence the White House, he said, noting his articles were intended to criticize what he thought the court had gotten wrong. Indeed, Trump and members of his administration extending back to former White House Counsel Don McGahn have long held expansive views of presidential powers.
Fox pushed to correct guest who seemed to call Vindman a spy
Vindman, who’s assigned to the National Security Council in the White House, testified Tuesday in the House impeachment inquiry. His lawyer, David Pressman, called on Fox to retract the segment and make no further defamatory statements against Vindman. “As a guest on FOX News, John Yoo was responsible for his own sentiments and he has subsequently done interviews to clarify what he meant,” Fox said. The resulting attention and threats he’s received have forced Vindman to consider moving with his family onto an Army base for protection, Pressman said. “Fox News has a responsibility to help put out the fire it lit when it falsely accused a decorated soldier of disloyalty to his country,” Pressman wrote.