Videos: Judicial Watch December 6 ‘First 100 Days’ Expert Panel Set to Discuss ‘The Anti-Corruption Agenda’
NOVEMBER 29, 2016
Live Feed to be Available at Judicial Watch Website
Media Can Access Fiber Link from Studio
On Tuesday, December 6 – from 11:00 to 12:00 AM – Judicial Watch will bring together a panel of top experts to discuss the incoming Trump administration’s “First 100 Days – An Anti-Corruption Agenda.”
The panel will be hosted by Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. He will be joined by former U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese III; Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH); Andrew C. McCarthy, Senior Fellow, National Review Institute; Ramona Cotca, Senior Attorney, Judicial Watch; and Mark Krikorian, Executive Director, Center for Immigration Studies.
Below are four short, broadcast quality videos – which you are free to use for soundbites or background information:
VIDEO ONE: Tom Fitton – “The heavy lifting will be in cleaning up government corruption. And I think President Trump has a mandate to do that more than anything else….” (24 seconds)
VIDEO TWO: Tom Fitton – “… To come in after all this time and not address corruption in a serious way and not open the floodgates in terms of access to government records under law would be a terrible mistake. The government doesn’t need more secrecy….” (57 seconds)
VIDEO FOUR: Chris Farrell – “There needs to be an awful lot of resignations and people encouraged to leave because they are compromised. They’re political operatives who have been embedded. There has to be accountability. The American people have to see that the justice system works. They need to see that just because you’re politically connected you don’t get a pass….” (30 seconds)
VIDEO THREE: Ramona Cotca – “We’re not going to change anything. We’re going to go after the same information that we did before… I would hope that the new administration would be more forthcoming in providing the information that is being requested in the litigations that we have…. (22 seconds)
For additional information, or to access the live broadcast quality panel feed, please contact Jill Farrell at 202-646-5188.