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If Obama Had Nothing to do with Fast and Furious...

how could he possibly assert executive privilege about it? And Hot Air has vid of Obama knocking Bush upside the head for invoking executive privilege. Ed Morissey writes:

The assertion of executive privilege creates a huge problem for the White House. As Rep. Darrell Issa said today at the Fast & Furious hearing, Attorney General Eric Holder and other DoJ officials have repeatedly asserted that the White House and President Obama had no involvement or knowledge of the gun-running operation. If that was true, then executive privilege cannot apply. That only relates to the President, as that office is separately elected and accountable to the voters. Attorneys General answer to both the President and to Congress, and do not have executive privilege.
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