At times last week, as the Senate Judiciary Committee debated whether to authorize administration subpoenas in the U.S. Attorney imbroglio, it sounded more like a Vegas poker room than the Dirksen Senate Office Building.

Was White House Counsel Fred Fielding’s one and only offer — to provide four current and former White House officials to Congress for private interviews conducted without transcripts and not under oath — really a non-negotiable proposition?

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