LOU DOBBS (HOST): Let's start with the -- first of all the federal Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson ruling, that McGahn must testify before Congress, the former attorney to the president. Is that going to stand?
TOM FITTON: Oh, I don't know. It may stand for a few days before the appeals court gets a -- gets a chance at it, and then of course, the Supreme Court could ultimately decide.
But, you know, at first glance, it's a 120-page decision. It's kind of a real assault on the presidency in the sense that Congress willy-nilly can bring in the president's closest aides and advisers and find out what was going on in the Oval Office.