Sean Hannity caught the attention of Democratic Rep. David Cicilline (RI) who said in a tweet, “I look forward to his (Hannity’s) testimony,” following an interview with President Trump, on Fox News, the Hannity Show from Vietnam.
It’s funny how the Congressman pointed out Hannity’s statement:
“I can tell you personally, he said to me at least a dozen times, that he (Cohen) made the decision on the payments and he didn’t tell you”.
Cicilline; who is the son of John “Jack” Cicilline; a Mafia lawyer famous for representing a New England crime family so powerful that its late boss was once recorded phoning Rhode Island’s governor to adjust Cicilline son’s college schedule, and brother of John Cicilline; who served 18 months alongside his law partner; after he pleaded guilty to shaking down clients accused of drug offenses; wants to subpoena Hannity.
When Cicilline was (the first openly gay); Mayor Of Providence, Rhode Island; an illegal immigrant from Guatemala Marco Riz; had been arrested two times in the previous year, and while under a deportation order, Riz was charged with the robbery and rape of a 30-year-old woman. An ICE agent heavily criticized the Providence Police Department, and for not checking Riz’s immigration status at the time of his previous arrest. The Republican Governor of Rhode Island, Donald Carcieri applied full blamed on Mayor Cicilline for the Providence Police Department’s failure.
Previously, Governor Carcieri had signed an executive order requiring; “all state officials to work with ICE on arrests or hirings of illegal immigrants. When Carcieri asked the same of local agents”.
The Providence Police Chief Dean Esserman; a failed transplant from Connecticut; adamantly refused. Mayor Cicilline responded; “it has been the policy of the Police Department to work with ICE and its database on all arrests, that the policy had been followed when Riz was arrested, and that the ICE had failed to act.”
According to The Providence Journal:
On July 8, 2008, Rhode Island Governor Donald Carcieri claimed that Cicilline was not upholding his oath of office by failing to report illegal immigrants, suggesting the United States investigate the mayor. Mayor Cicilline responded by accusing Carcieri of “playing politics;” eight days later writing an op-ed in the Journal stating; “that the city always has and will continue to report all arrests to immigration authorities, and that the focus is therefore inappropriate.”