Gee, only twenty years ago, McConnell was in favor of bringing live witnesses before the Senate during Bill Clinton's impeachment trial.
Back in 1999, the Senate Majority Leader discussed Bill Clinton's impeachment, and claimed he thought they were fully entitled to live witnesses in the Senate Trial.
Fox News host Chris Wallace observed on Tuesday that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was forced to “back down” on impeachment trial rules that critics said were designed to cover up offenses committed by Donald Trump.
"The proceedings could conceivably go well into the night when apparently Senator McConnell hopes the American people will not be watching," Adam Schiff said.
A slim majority says Trump should be removed from office.
Carl Bernstein shut Rick Santorum up and gave Moscow Mitch a new name, all in one fell swoop.
As Neal Katyal says, the rules rolled out today along with plans to bury John Bolton are "a crime against the American people."
"You wonder why the public is skeptical of the whole process?" the former Bush cabinet member said.
Rep. Adam Schiff discusses whether the Senate will allow witnesses in the upcoming impeachment trial with ABC's George Stephanopoulos.
Rep. Adam Schiff took apart Mitch McConnell's proposed "mockery" of an impeachment trial if the Senate allows it to proceed with no witnesses.
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