Senate subpoenas Cheney’s office, forcing him to claim executive privelege

But of course, Cheney just said he and his office are not part of the executive branch. But he’ll have to change his tune immediately in order to squash the subpoena by claiming executive privelege. And that is why the subpoena was issued right now, to force Cheney to recant his recent claim that he’s a new and independent 4th branch of government. Two points for the Dems.


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