Ex-Bush Aide Matthew Dowd: GOP Would Have Removed Obama If He Did 'One-tenth Of What Trump Has Done'
A former strategist for former President George W. Bush accused Republican lawmakers of hypocrisy on Sunday for for failing to honestly consider the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
It's a favorite talking point of the Team Trump, especially new legal counsel Rudy Giuliani. But as Matthew Dowd points out, there's not any historical precedent to claim so.
Matthew Dowd gets historical over the laughable Trump talking point that it's past time for Robert Mueller to wrap up his investigation
Paul Ryan's been revealed for who he is, said Dowd.
McCAIN: But would you rather have the Republican Party of Paul Ryan or Trump? I mean, that's the question right now. DOWD: There's no choice, it's the Republican Party of Donald Trump, which is why Paul Ryan is leaving.
There is no "separating" Trump from the Republican Party so Paul Ryan can "leave it," Meghan and Matthew.
"Paul Ryan has been revealed for who he is, which is he -- he's a company guy. He does whatever power wants."
Van Jones states the obvious when it comes to how the right would have treated President Obama if he'd even had a single week, much less his entire presidency, like the one we just witnessed with Trump.
Van Jones on ABC's This Week: "If President Obama had one week like this, he would be in Guantanamo."
Matt Schlapp, an ardent supporter of President Donald Trump, lashed out at right-leaning ABC contributor Matthew Dowd on Sunday and demanded that he quit calling him a "liar."
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