Contrary to the Presidents arguments, the Committee possesses authority under both the House Rules and the Constitution to issue the subpoena, Judge David Tatel wrote in an opinion joined by Judge Patricia Millett.
The 66-page opinion against Trump backs Congress by citing a long history of lawmakers using subpoenas to demand information in connection with investigations.
""I'd be glad to have the person who started it all come in and testify," Welch says in the video above. "President Trump is welcome to take a seat right there."
And the House Intelligence chamber breaks out into laughs as Welch points to the witness chair. They're laughing at Jordan and they're laughing at Trump. It's the only real laughter we've heard all day. And of course it's both funny and the complete opposite of funny."