In The News
Sep 2, 2022
John Fishwick, former U.S. attorney for the Western District of Virginia, talks with Alex Wagner about the importance of the DOJ maintaining some degree of transparency with the American public about its investigation of Donald Trump, and the possibility that Trump could have an idea to take his argument about executive privilege to the Supreme Court he assembled.
Sep 9, 2022
Alex Wagner reports breaking news that Donald Trump and the Justice Department have each submitted two candidates to Judge Cannon for consideration to serve as special master to review the materials seized from Mar-a-Lago by the FBI. John Fishwick, former U.S. attorney, joins for analysis.
August 29, 2022
Former U.S. Attorney John P. Fishwick Jr said the DOJ has not been transparent enough regarding its investigation of former President Donald Trump. Fishwick was appointed by former President Obama.
The New York Times
August 31, 2022
Owner and Attorney, John Fishwick, was quoted in the New York Times. The article stated, “John P. Fishwick Jr., an Obama appointee who served as the U.S. attorney for the Western District of Virginia and had been critical of the department’s previous, less expansive filings, said that the Justice Department had started to shift its tactics. They are starting to understand that you not only need to be speaking to the judge with these filings, you need to be speaking directly to the American people,’ he said.”
The New York Times
August 25th, 2022
Owner and Attorney, John Fishwick, was quoted in the New York Times stating, “I think anytime you search a former president’s home, you have got to treat it with more transparency, and you need to disclose all the details with alacrity and quickness,” said John P. Fishwick Jr., an Obama appointee who served as the U.S. attorney for the Western District of Virginia from 2015 to 2017. “All eyes are on this thing, and the public should know what is happening,” he added. ‘Americans are smart. They can evaluate what they see, and when things are hidden from them, they get suspicious.”