April 6, 2018 GU Politics In The News

Sally Yates Says While ‘Elections Have Consequences,’ Trump Goes Too Far

by Maggie Astor

This article first appeared in The New York Times.

Sally Q. Yates spent nearly three decades in the Justice Department, rising to become acting attorney general before President Trump fired her last year for refusing to defend his travel ban. In a conversation in Washington on Tuesday with the reporter Matt Apuzzo of The New York Times, Ms. Yates discussed issues ranging from the wiretapping of a Trump campaign adviser to the president’s interference in criminal investigations.

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