On Tuesday, October 19, 2021, Constitutional Accountability Center President Elizabeth Wydra appeared on BBC World News with host Christian Fraser to discuss former President Donald Trump’s lawsuit attempting to block Congress from obtaining materials about the January 6 insurrection, plus Congress’s expected criminal referral of Stephen Bannon to the Justice Department for his refusal to obey a subpoena.
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BROADCAST: CAC’s Wydra on BBC News discussing Trump and Bannon
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