Jay Sekulow: Are we here because of a phone call? Or are we here because since the President was sworn into office, there was a desire to see him removed?
Jay Sekulow: "Are we here because of a phone call? Or are we here, before this great body, because since the President was sworn into office, there was a...
Jay Sekulow demands talking points on Lynch tarmac meeting
DOJ releases documents on Bill Clinton meeting after FOIA requests but redacts part on talking points; reaction on 'Hannity'
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Jay Sekulow
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