Bob Mueller better make his move soon if he is going to make any at all.
Due to guidelines in the Department of Justice, Mueller has no choice but to do something quick.
For some reason, the left still thinks President Trump is guilty, even though there is absolutely no evidence.
But Trump will not back down easily because he is a fighter and always has been.
If he needs to, Trump will take this case all the way up to the Supreme Court.
On Sunday Trump’s attorney, Jay Sekulow told George Stephanopoulos that they will not go down without a fight if Robert Mueller pushes the subpoena.
According to Sekulow a subpoena from Mueller would create a legal fight and they will take it up to the Supreme Court if they need to.
It didn’t stop there, however… Stephanopoulos then questioned Sekulow and asked what he would do if the Mueller subpoena was to take place against the President?
Watch his answer below:
“You have a fight under the Constitution because it really becomes an Article II question,” Sekulow told Stephanopoulos.
“…If you get a subpoena, you file what’s called a motion to quash, that will be argued at the district court then it would go to the court of appeals, then it would go to the Supreme Court of the United States,” Sekulow said.
“A subpoena for live testimony has never been tested in court as to a president of the United States,” Sekulow continued, saying Trump’s legal team is prepared to fight it in court.
Pres. Trump’s attorney Jay Sekulow says if special counsel Robert Mueller were to subpoena Trump to testify in the Russia investigation, it would spark a legal battle that would go to the Supreme Court https://t.co/4UMfzBi5sC #ThisWeek pic.twitter.com/WFiT6zIJlc
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) August 6, 2018