Donald Trump's Fox friends just think it's awful that potential whistleblowers are entitled to attorneys just like everyone else.
Looks like the higher-ups at Fox see the writing on the wall. Politics News Editor Chris Stirewalt fact-checked Bill Hemmer on-air about his bogus spin.
Senator Lindsey Graham made sure he hit all of the talking points we've heard a million times before issuing his threat.
"It doesn't matter how many people decide to call themselves whistle-blowers about the same telephone call," the White House responded.
Meanwhile, Trump feels confident he could survive an impeachment vote if it goes to the Senate.
If you've lost your faith in people, watch this. It reminds that ordinary people have a basic sense of right and wrong, morals and ethics. But not Joni Ernst.
The Whistleblower is just the latest to be put in harm's way by Trump's reckless tweeting. Kamala Harris tells Anderson Cooper that Trump's account should be suspended.
After last weeks allusion to execution for "spies" and the bounties offered to expose the whistleblower, they are seeking official protections. At the same time, Trump ramps up his unhinged, irresponsible attacks.
Geraldo Rivera did his part for Team Trump by painting Dear Leader as the big victim of the scandal of his own making and validating his wish to execute the whistleblower.
Geraldo Rivera tells the hosts of Fox & Friends that Trump strong-arming Ukraine to launch a fake investigation into Biden is just like one of his real estate deals, and that he'd "love to wap" the "rotton snitch" whistleblower.
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