Former Trump Aide Navarro Claims Contempt Charges Unconstitutional, Calls for Donation to Cover Legal Fees

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September 5, 2023News Clips

Former White House trade adviser Peter Navarro arrived at court on Tuesday for a trial on two counts of contempt of Congress. This comes after a federal judge turned down his executive privilege claim, which would have justified his not testifying before the House Jan. 6 Committee. On his way into court, Mr. Navarro claimed that the case against him is unjust, and called on supporters to help with his “expensive” defense fees.

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