On Fox News, Judge Napolitano destroyed Rudy Giuliani's defense of Trump claiming it's a minor finance violation to conspire to illegally pay off his lovers silence while running a presidential campaign.
Same Republican Hypocrites Crying Over Trump's Campaign Violations Are Still Trying To Arrest Hillary
Andrew Napolitano and Stuart Varney illustrate Republicans at large: It's a very big deal when Democrats do a thing, but Republicans aren't held to that same standard.
On FBN's Varney & Co., the host went ballistic over the thought that the Democrats would impeach Trump over lawful crimes relating to campaign finances, but he'd imprison Hillary Clinton over a non-existent email scandal that was already dismissed by the FBI.
After Michael Cohen implicated Trump in a federal crime, the BBC wanted to know if Bolton considered him a threat to national security.
Matt Schlapp refused to engage in a discussion about Trump's alleged affair with Stormy Daniels on CNN and whether campaign finance laws were broken.
Looks like Stephen Bannon may have violated some federal campaign finance laws.
Ted Cruz has discovered a new retirement plan.
Former President Jimmy Carter on the sad state of affairs when it comes to our broken campaign finance system in the United States.
Anyone think this will lead to Jindal calling to reform our campaign finance laws?
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (I-VT) pledged over the weekend that he would impose a "litmus test" on all Supreme Court nominees, requiring them to overturn the Citizens United ruling that allowed unprecedented levels of spending in campaigns.
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