Sen. Joni Ernst plays the false equivalency game on Trump withholding military aid from Ukraine and admits he didn't go through the proper channels when he did it.
Sen. Joni Ernst admitted what Trump did with Ukraine was "wrong" but resorted to the but... but... Obama game when justifying her upcoming vote for acquittal.
Collins Says 'Both Sides' Are The Problem In Fair Senate Impeachment Trial, Still Mum On Trump Bribe
The new comments come from Maine Public Radio, in a friendly interview Monday about her thoughts on how impeachment should proceed.
In his Meet The Press opening segment, Todd continues his devotion to false equivalencies by implying disinformation began with the Clinton era.
Meet the Press host Chuck Todd and Sen. Ted Cruz clash over impeachment and on Cruz pushing the conspiracy theory that it was Ukraine that interfered with the 2016 election.
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.
The panel on Fox's Outnumbered uses Biden's remarks about working with segregationists as an excuse to attack Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, and to play the false equivalency game with Trump's Charlottesville remarks.
Adam Schiff: I Don’t Think This Country Could Survive Another Four Years Of A President Trying To Divide Us
Rep. Adam Schiff explains why Democrats need to defeat Trump in the next election and shoots down the false equivalence from George Stephanopoulos between how the Trump administration is acting now, and the drummed up "Fast & Furious" fake "scandal" during the Obama administration.
CNN's Victor Blackwell took on Trump 2020 campaign advisor, Steve Rogers, for lying about his boss inciting violence.
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?"
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