Fox legal analyst Gregg Jarrett says Nixon's Saturday Night Massacre was "how the system is supposed to work"

Fox legal analyst Gregg Jarrett says Nixon's Saturday Night Massacre was "how the system is supposed to work"

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From the September 19 edition of Premiere Radio Network's The Sean Hannity Show:

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GREGG JARRETT: And the alternative, you know if these people if they really feel as though the order to declassify offends them and they can’t and shouldn’t do it, even though the law dictates they must, then they should simply resign their positions. We remember during Watergate, when the attorney general refused to fire the independent counsel Archibald Cox upon order by Nixon, well what did he do? Rumsfeld -- not Rumsfeld, I forget his name, but at any rate he resigned, and so did the number two, and finally it went down the list until they found --Richardson was his name, Elliot Richardson. I mean that's how the system is supposed to work. 

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Justice & Civil Liberties
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Premiere Radio Networks
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Sean Hannity, Gregg Jarrett
Show/Publication
The Sean Hannity Show
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