As much as you Blue MAGAs, with your lynch mob mentality, may be salivating over the J6 Committee's ridiculous subpoena, the US has a Constitution. Essential to the government is the Doctrine of the Separation of Powers. No former President has ever been forced to appear before Congress.
People such as myself...who loves to see TDS in action...wants to see it.
The only hope for this is that Trump will appear voluntarily...and fast track arrangements. With Trump's narcissism, pb thinks that's unlikely but not impossible.
BTW, this is a decent article, particularly coming from the SwampMedia.
Nixon was actually subpoenaed twice by Congress, both in relation to the Watergate scandal.
The Senate panel probing the Watergate break-in subpoenaed Nixon in 1974 for tapes and records on more than one occasion, though he declined, and the court ultimately rejected an effort by the committee to enforce one of the subpoenas.
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