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21,892 views • August 26, 2022

Kash Patel: A ‘6-Year-Saga’ of Government Corruption, From Russiagate to Mar-a-Lago | TEASER

In this episode of Kash’s Corner, Kash Patel discusses Dr. Anthony Fauci’s retirement from public service, new documents showing potential White House involvement in the Mar-a-Lago raid, and developments in the Igor Danchenko case, led by Special Counsel John Durham. A newly disclosed letter, first published by Just the News, shows the Biden administration asking the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in April to let the FBI look over documents from former President Donald Trump’s home. “There was communications underlying these letters between the National Archivist, and the Department of Justice, and the White House, directly showing the White House Counsel's Office and White House aides talking to the DOJ,” says Kash Patel. What is “executive privilege”? Does a current sitting president have the power to waive his precedent’s claims to executive privilege? And if the gavel switches hands in November, will Republicans use congressional authority to investigate the Mar-a-Lago raid and Fauci’s alleged misconduct? Kash Patel breaks down the levers Congress has to prosecute agency officials.
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