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Mcgrath's memo as they do with the republican memo do believe that's accurate well if that is accurate remember at the state of the union speech the president leaned over to a republican in the republican said released the memo in the president before the process was over said one hundred percent so when the president comes to my office and i ask him to release the memo in he says one hundred percent i'll agree that the process is exactly parallel steve bannon was supposed to testify in front of your committee today now has another week to comply with the committee's subpoena corey lewandowski said he's not going to reappear in front of the committee without a subpoena what are the next steps and where is this resistance coming from well so with bannon and low in dusky and some other individuals who worked at war do work at the white house we are involved in a very complicated and legalistic this dispute with the white house and when i say we it's not just the democrats it's might conway and the republicans on the committee about getting these people to come and testify making room for legitimate executive privilege and anderson is you know executive privilege means that the president has an expectation in that the advice that he gets where she gets from his advisors will not subsequently be made public but the white house in a number of instances has claimed that executive privilege should extend into the transition before the president was even the president and that it should extend to conversations that don't involve the president this would be breaking new legal ground and we are in a argument with the white house over the nature of executive privilege on that basis our accounts were homes thanks retire appreciate it thank you edison that's discuss this carl bernstein renowned journalist known for its washington post covers the watergate scandal also and milligram a former federal prosecutor and former new jersey attorney general and the former chairman of the house intelligence committee mike rogers chairman rogers does it the the republican the argument being made by triggering some other republicans that the democrats may have you know put sources and methods in this with the idea that they should be that they will be redacted an and therefore they'll claim rebel cry foul does that ring true to you.