Newsday Tuesday #2 - House Dems to Investigate Whether Trump Lied to Mueller From the Right Alex Swoyer a journalist with history studying law believes

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House Dems to Investigate Whether Trump Lied to Mueller From the Right: Alex Swoyer, a journalist with history studying law, believes the Democrats are trying too hard to force Trump to talk. This implicit presumption about what the audience accepts in illustrated by the statement, “Trump ’s lawyers have pushed for the House subpoena to be thrown out. They have claimed the president is immune from a criminal investigation while in office and upholding the subpoena would create open season on presidents.” This statement can be seen as a nonchalant method of iterating the fact that the President is possibly being pushed too much to speak on terms he shouldn’t have to without coming across as inherently bias. The fact Swoyer believes Trump is being persisted too much to talk is inherent throughout the essay by reiterating the fact that the Democrats are “prying”. Alex Swoyer exhibits a derisive and defensive attitude about the Democrats prying Trump for information in House Democrats probe whether Trump lied to Mueller. These attitudes are expressed by the phrase, “The Supreme Court issued a temporary stay allowing Mr. Trump to keep his tax returns away from prying House Democrats, at least for now.” Referring to the Dems as “prying” invokes a tone of mockery which falls under being derisive. Next, the statement, “The Justice Department has argued against releasing the grand jury materials to the Democrats. Department attorneys have argued
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