Senator Rand Paul says he thinks President Trump can pardon himself. Meanwhile, Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow told ABC News that the issue of pardons has never been discussed. Read more...
Trump legal team member Jay Sekulow talks about the latest in the Russia investigation on "This Week."
“We’re not researching the issue because the issue of pardons is not on the table," Sekulow told host George Stephanopoulos. "There’s nothing to pardon from.”
Following a Washington Post report, there has been speculation whether Donald Trump's team has discussed presidential pardons in connection with the Russia probe. Read more...
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Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC's "This Week" — Trump attorney Jay Sekulow; new White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders; Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. ___ NBC's … Click to Continue »
CBS is reporting that Sekulow has informed White House correspondent Major Garrett, that "pardons are not being discussed and are not on the table."
President Trump’s legal team is evaluating potential conflicts of interest among members of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's investigative team. Trump attorney Jay Sekulow told the Associated Press that the president's lawyers "will consistently evaluate the issue of conflicts and raise...
President Donald Trump's legal team is evaluating potential conflicts of interest among members of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team. Trump attorney Jay Sekulow tells The Associated Press that the … Click to Contin...
President Trump’s lawyer, Jay Sekulow, is making the rounds to defend Trump’s conduct in the Russia scandal. On Sunday morning, Sekulow appeared on five networks, parrying questions about Trump; his son Donald Trump Jr.; his son-in-law, Jared Kushner; and Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort. Show More Summary
The Donald Trump Jr. / Russian lawyer meeting is the story that keeps on giving. Drip drip drip it goes, day after, more bad news coming out for the Trump family. First they sent the Trump lawyer, Jay Sekulow, to make the rounds on all...Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow shows how Donald Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow, who is touted as a superior communicator, is producing a streak of unforced errors and gaffes with...
Fox News' Judge Napolitano refuted Trump attorney Jay Sekulow's allegations that Don Jr. committed no crime when he enthusiastically met with Russians who offered up damaging information about the Clinton campaign. America's Newsroom...Show More Summary
Spreading easily disproven lies on talk shows would seem like a major screwup.
This post has been updated to correct the spelling of Lawfare blogger Susan Hennessey’s name. President Trump’s attorney, Jay Sekulow, seems to be an adherent of the just-yell-louder-school of legal argumentation. Sekulow has employed this tactic for decades, dating at least to his maiden outing before the Supreme Court in 1987, when American Lawyer magazine […]
Jay Sekulow made another imbecilic claim on ABC News Sunday when he used the Secret Service to defend Don Jr's meeting with the Russians, prompting the Service to come out with a statement refuting his assertions. While being interviewed...Show More Summary
Morning Joe's Scarborough was shaking his head today at the culture of lies around Donald Trump -- and Jay Sekulow's part in the practice. He told Jeremy Peters as much. "I've known Jay for a long time and liked Jay for a long time,Show More Summary
The WEAK AND FAILING JAY SEKULOW, everyone!
Jay Sekulow, one of the president’s lawyers, went on all five Sunday shows. As is his pattern, Sekulow tried to answer questions that weren’t asked — since the ones asked were problematic (Hasn’t the White House misled us about contacts with the Russians? Isn’t accepting oppo research from a foreign power unacceptable?). He feigned ignorance […]
Jay Sekulow embarasses himself on national television (again), TrumpCare stalls (again), and Ann Coulter gets told to sit down and shut up. Your morning news brief!