Former House Counsel on Congressional Subpoenas The White House is likely to fight any Congressional subpoenas it receives related to the firings of eight United States Attorneys. Stanley Brand, a former general counsel to the House, talks about what to expect from Congress.
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Former House Counsel on Congressional Subpoenas

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Former House Counsel on Congressional Subpoenas

Former House Counsel on Congressional Subpoenas

Former House Counsel on Congressional Subpoenas

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The White House is likely to fight any Congressional subpoenas it receives related to the firings of eight United States Attorneys. Stanley Brand, a former general counsel to the House, speaks with Renee Montagne about what to expect from Congress.