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Rep. Harold W. "Trey" Gowdy III (R.-S.C.) is a former prosecutor, who explains the three levels of Executive Priviledge, and how none of President Barack Obama's claims of Executive Priviledge to justfy his refusal to submit Fast and Furious-reolated documents subpoenaed by Congress.

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Gowdy: White House can’t invoke executive privilege on Fast & Furious

Rep. Harold W. “Trey” Gowdy III (R.-S.C.) is a former prosecutor, who explains the three levels of Executive Priviledge, and how none of President Barack Obama’s claims of Executive Priviledge to justfy his refusal to submit Fast and Furious-reolated documents subpoenaed by Congress.

Rep. Harold W. “Trey” Gowdy III (R.-S.C.) is a former prosecutor, who explains the three levels of Executive Priviledge, and how none of President Barack Obama’s claims of Executive Priviledge to justfy his refusal to submit Fast and Furious-reolated documents subpoenaed by Congress.

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Neil W. McCabe is the editor of HE's "Guns & Patriots" e-letter and was a senior reporter at the Human Events newspaper. McCabe deployed with the Army Reserve to Iraq for 15 months as a combat historian. For many years, he was a reporter and photographer for "The Pilot," Boston's Catholic paper. He was also the editor of the free community papers "The Somerville (Mass.) News and "The Alewife (North Cambridge, Mass.)." Email him: neilwmccabe@gmail.com Follow him on Twitter: @neilwmccabe.

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