Sunday on CNN’s State of the Union, Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) said the House should “definitely reconsider” if a sitting president can be indicted.
Host Jake Tapper asked, “Your fellow Democrat, soon-to-be Chairman Adam Schiff, said the Justice Department should reconsider the guidelines that exist that say a sitting president cannot be indicted. Do you agree? Should the DOJ reconsider those guidelines?”
Cummings, who likely will be Congress’ next House Oversight Committee chairman, said, “I think we should always reconsider laws and regulations. This is one we should definitely reconsider.”