Republican Sen. James Lankford told CBS Face the Nation host Margaret Brennan he doesn't believe Trump's a good role model for young people, but got a complete pass on how he reconciles calling himself a Christian while supporting a man like Trump.
CNN's Dana Bash ignores the fact that it's the Republican party that's the problem when concern trolling Jerrold Nadler over the lack of bipartisan support for impeachment.
House Judiciary Chair Jerrold Nadler pushed back on CNN host Dana Bash's assertion that Democrats are causing impeachment to be a politically divisive issue when there's not a single Republican willing to vote for it.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer shot down the notion that Democrats should not be moving forward on impeachment because there wasn't a single Republican that was willing to put protecting the country and the Constitution over protecting their party and Trump.
Steny Hoyer On Impeachment: 'We Have A Duty To The Country, To The American People, And To The Constitution Of The United States'
Rep. Steny Hoyer shoots down the notion that Democrats somehow shouldn't be moving forward on impeachment because all of the Republicans refused to vote for it and protect Trump instead.
So wait -- Fox is now in favor of bipartisanship, and against ideologically cohesive parties? Did I miss a memo?
Meet the Press host Chuck Todd opines over the lack of bipartisan cooperation in the House Intelligence Committee now that Trump's mole, Devin Nunes is no longer chairman.
Chuck Todd: 'Is There Anything That Has Changed In The Intel Committee Since The Chairmanships Changed?'
Chuck Todd opines about the lack of bipartisanship in the House Intel committee and asks Rep. Jim Himes "Is there anything that has changed in the Intel Committee since the chairmanships changed?"
The speech Trump was handed to read Tuesday night wasn't the real Trump. The real Trump is a nasty SOB.
The Blue America mobile billboard is back in California's Central Valley, reminding voters that their two congress critters (One D, one R) voted to extend the US involvement in the senseless murder of children in Yemen, because... "Bipartisanship!"
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