"It is time for the Republican leadership and the Democratic leadership of the Senate and the House to demand that this president of the United States resign immediately," the famed Watergate journalist said.
Former Deputy Attorney General Donald Ayer warned that Barr’s DOJ is "much worse" than Watergate, then called on us all to “stand up and demand” his resignation because "this guy has got to go."
MAGA's on the street think Gerald Ford might pardon Trump. And definitely impeachment is a distraction from the Vietnam War. Definitely. (open thread)
Lie about the present, lie about the past. It's the Fox News policy!
Ed Cox tells Trump to keep on fighting, on Fox and Friends. Of course.
Rudy Giuliani butt-dialed a NBC reporter -- twice!
Rep. Holtzman also called this administration "a presidency run amok" in her discussion with Ali Velshi about current impeachment proceedings and Trump's legacy from Day 1.
No matter what the pundits and uneducated anchors like Brian Williams may say, House Democrats launched a full-fledged impeachment inquiry Friday, not "impeachment lite."
Joy Reid discusses Nancy Pelosi's statement that Trump may not give up power unless he loses in a landslide, and what lessons Democrats should learn from the Watergate era with her panel, Midwin Charles, Cynthia Alksne, Jill Wine Banks, E.J. Dionne and former Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman.
Comparing Russiagate to Watergate, Bob Woodward says the money trail points to Putin, not Trump. Who was Putin trying (and succeeding) to get elected, again?
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