Sean Hannity: Trump could order a military tribunal to investigate the Department of Justice
Hannity: “That would be within the realm of the executive branch of the government, which he is the head of”
From the November 30 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:
CALLER: I haven't heard an idea that I have, and I don't know if it's feasible or not. With the corruption in the Department of Justice, the people that are demanded to appear, they don't appear, they appear, they lie, everything that's going on with all the corruption -- what about -- does President Trump have the authority to do -- have the JAG in the military do a tribunal, and investigate the Department of Justice that way? Where Congress --
SEAN HANNITY (HOST): He actually does have that authority.
CALLER: -- apparently cannot do its job.
HANNITY: Well, it's the -- again, that would be within the realm of the executive branch of the government, which he is the head of. Yeah, he would. And look, I think the president has been -- look, he could have fired [special counsel Robert] Mueller, he could -- and he could do it legally, Alan Dershowitz said it yesterday. He could fire [Deputy Attorney General Rod] Rosenstein, he could have done that at any point, he didn't.
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