Donald Trump does not know how to operate within the law, and now that he's been acquitted of the Ukraine extortion, he's on to New York, confident that he can do whatever he wants.
"A moment of reckoning for the country and for the rule of law and for the Constitution."
And yes, there was a quid pro quo!
Oh, dear. Looks like there WAS a frantic after-the-fact attempt to justify the bribery and extortion of a foreign leader by the White House for personal gain.
Fox's Melissa Francis: Trump Wasn't Trying To Dig Up Dirt On A Political Opponent If Hunter Biden 'Did Something Corrupt'
Fox's Melissa Francis pretends that there wasn't a quid pro quo with Ukraine if Hunter Biden actually "did something corrupt."
"Quid Pro Quo" is for small potato, non-criminal enterprises. On Stephanie Ruhle's show, Kirschner argues, the fate of entire countries hung in the balance.
After swearing yesterday that a failure to release Sondland's transcripts would be an abuse of power on the part of the house, Graham has nothing to say about the release of Sondland's transcript.
He also remembers he doesn't want to go to jail for lying under oath.
GOP Rep. Ducks Questions On Whether It's Okay For Trump To Pressure Foreign Leader For Political Help
CNN's Victor Blackwell grills Rep. Tom Reed over whether it was alright for Trump to go to a foreign leader for help with getting dirt on a political opponent.
Fox's Chris Wallace presses White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on whether holding up aid to Ukraine for political favors is an impeachable offense and the fact that the aid was held up until just prior to the whistleblower complaint coming out.
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