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Earlier this week, it was reported that Robert Mueller had raised the possibility of subpoenaing President Trump as a way to force him to testify in the special counsel’s investigation. What’s the legal precedent for subpoenaing a president and how would Trump respond? Diane asks law professor Harry Litman.
Then, Judy Woodruff was named sole anchor of the PBS NewsHour this past March, following the death of her former co-anchor Gwen Ifill in 2016. Diane talks with Judy about the passing of Gwen, covering Trump and breaking into the news business as a woman.
- Harry Litman Former US Attorney and Deputy Assistant Attorney General; lecturer, UCLA School of Law
- Judy Woodruff Anchor and managing editor, PBS NewsHour
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