Donald Trump, now under criminal investigation for obstruction of justice, could have benefitted from following Jean Chrétien's example. He could have survived if he'd kept his mouth shut, just once. But he didn't. He couldn't.
U.S. President Donald Trump could have easily invoked executive privilege—a presidential prerogative that would have effectively silenced James Comey, and prevented Congress from questioning him on Trump-Comey interactions, writes Warren Kinsella. Photograph courtesy of Gage Skidmore
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Liberal MP Steve MacKinnon, who spoke for all but one Liberal on the committee, says a comprehensive account on the affair is already in the public record, pointing to 13 hours of committee testimony and the commissioner