Guess how many years it's been since Congress last used its constitutional power to fine or prison over defiance of a subpoena? 84 years. In the meantime, there have been several subpoena disputes. It's always gone to criminal or civil courts. The protocol isn't just to fine or jail after a subpoena denial. If that were the case, then Holder would have been imprisoned back in 2012. Instead, he was held in contempt for rejecting the subpoena and the courts ultimately ruled that he must turn over documents, which he did. None of that meant that the value of the subpoena was nothing. As stated, I think that Acosta will turn down the written offer to testify, that he will be subpoenaed, that he will defy the subpoena, and that this will go to court. We'll see what the court decides and whether the House Democrats will be placed in a position to do something that hasn't been done in 84 years. Acosta-Epstein is a very personal matter to Trump, so I expect this ordeal to go to the mattresses.