John Yoo interviewed by Newsmax TV, July 7, 2016
“I think it’s very strange that she wasn’t under oath and really, really strange that there was no transcript of the interview,” Yoo observed. “People higher up than those agents have to make the decision whether to prosecute Hillary and her aides. If they’re not present in the interview, how do they know what she said if there’s no written record of it?”
John Yoo quoted by San Francisco Chronicle, July 6, 2016
The Clinton people, noted former George W. Bush administration attorney John Yoo, now a professor at UC Berkeley School of Law, “to their own detriment, have been dragging it out.”
John Yoo co-writes for Investor’s Business Daily, April 25, 2016
Litigation between shareholders in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and the U.S. government has called for the revelation of documents that the White House tried to keep secret under the doctrine of “executive privilege.”
John Yoo and Riddhi Dasgupta write for Fortune.com, Feb. 25, 2016
The suit offers one beneficial consequence: it shows how much the U.S. and South Asia depend on India’s geopolitical position in securing the aims of the free world in the region. To this end, India, the U.S., and their democratic free-market regional allies could enter into a Concert of Asia for the 21st Century.
John Yoo writes for The Weekly Standard, Feb. 10, 2016
The men who met in Philadelphia in 1787 to write a new constitution designed it to prevent someone like Donald Trump from ever becoming president. One of their great fears was of a populist demagogue who would promise the people everything and respect nothing.
John Yoo interviewed by The Wall Street Journal: Opinion Journal, Feb. 9, 2016
“The whole point of this very limited, narrow program is to gather intelligence, to stop future attacks. It has nothing to do with punishment or revenge, but that seems to be what Mr. Trump thinks is the whole point.”
John Yoo quoted by U.S. News & World Report, Jan. 19, 2016
“I think the deferred action for ‘dreamers’ will rise and fall with DAPA,” Yoo says. “If Obama loses on DAPA, which I expect he ultimately will, then he will have thrown out a measure that a majority of Americans support in order to unconstitutionally remake all of immigration law.”
John Yoo writes for The Washington Post, Jan. 15, 2016
President Obama has all but declared that he will spend his last year in office acting unilaterally to advance his agenda. But his basic misunderstanding of presidential power will render his gains hollow, and his excesses will create the very tools to undo his legacy.
John Yoo interviewed by HeraldNet, Dec. 16, 2015
“The Constitution requires the president to be a ‘natural-born citizen.’ But no one is sure what it means. It’s never been the subject of a definitive judicial ruling.” Yoo thinks the term applies to citizens “born in the territory of the United States.”
John Yoo interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, Dec. 7, 2015
“The United States cannot discriminate on the basis of religion,” Mr. Yoo said. He added that in the past, the U.S. has discriminated based on country of origin, but that is different from a wholesale religious ban.