Breaking @mike_pence news:
Sondland has significantly revised testimony.
1) Admitted explicit quid pro quo
2) Also seems to have implicated @VP Pence in felony conspiracy, in context of a Sept 1 meeting between Pence and Zelensky in Warsaw.@nytimes:https://t.co/GTH6OGfmLR pic.twitter.com/LLuvbldmwO
— Jed Shugerman (@jedshug) November 5, 2019
Author: Jed Shugerman
Legal historian at Fordham Law School, teaching Torts, Administrative Law, and Constitutional History. JD/PhD in History, Yale. Red Sox and Celtics fan, youth soccer coach. Author of "The People's Courts: Pursuing Judicial Independence in America" (2012) on the rise of judicial elections in America. I filed an amicus brief in the Emoluments litigation against Trump along with a great team of historians. I'm working on "The Rise of the Prosecutor Politicians," a history of prosecutors and political ambition (a cause of mass incarceration), and "The Imaginary Unitary Executive," on the myths and history of presidential power in America. View all posts by Jed Shugerman