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 American politics, and another project on the origins of independent agencies in America. View all posts by Jed Shugerman