GOP Rep. Claims Trump's Extortion Of Ukraine Isn't Impeachable Because He Says The Same Thing In Public
Here's the latest in the revolving series of defenses coming from Trump's Republican enablers in Congress.
Trump lickspittle Lindsey Graham does his best to continue to cover for his criminality.
Sen. John Kennedy: Trump May Not Be Guilty Of Extortion If He Didn't Have A 'Culpable State Of Mind'
Sen. John Kennedy with another lame defense of Trump's lawlessness on CBS' Face the Nation.
Fox's Leland Vittert prods Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowski about whether any of the witnesses during the impeachment depositions have first hand knowledge that it was Trump that directed the military aid to Ukraine to be withheld.
Fox's Leland Vittert takes the "I know nothing" defense of Trump on Ukrainian extortion for a test run with Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowski. Needless to say, it didn't go so well for Vittert.
Rep. Jim Himes took Meet the Press host Chuck Todd to task for allowing Rand Paul to deflect on questions about Trump's extortion of Ukraine.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on Sunday argued that Donald Trump should admit he extorted Ukraine because he had "every right" to do it.
"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.
Alexander Vindman was actually on the call between Trump and Ukraine and personally reported alarming instances to his superiors in the White House.