VIDEO: Fox’s Napolitano rips Democrats for having John Dean testify
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Fox News senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano called the decision by Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee to have former Nixon White House counsel John Dean testify “indefensible.”
Napolitano added the move would backfire on Democrats, during an interview with Fox Business on Monday morning.
The article goes on to state the following:
Deans is due to testify later on Monday as part of a series of hearings on special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, which are intended to further examine President Trump’s conduct as well as election interference by Moscow.
“To me, it’s indefensible,” Napolitano told the Fox Business hosts.
“I think it’s going to be a negative for the Democrats at the end of the day by the time the Republicans finish interrogating him. And of course, they can interrogate him about anything they want, they can interrogate him about the Nixon years,” he also said.
It’s Indefensible for House Dems to Call John Dean to Testifyhttps://t.co/VXZuJOq5NU
— Judge Napolitano (@Judgenap) June 10, 2019
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