Defense attorney Gyasi Ross explained on the Cross Connection why as traumatizing as staying on the sidewalk was for witnesses to Derek Chauvin's brutality, they did the right thing.
If you're angry at anyone for Trump's acquittal, make it the GOP. NOT the House Impeachment Managers for not bringing witnesses.
When a Republican Congresswoman offered to testify against Trump at his impeachment trial, Marjorie Taylor Greene started issuing threats.
I’m sure Fox host Will Cain would love to take back his pre-trial carping this morning that if Democrats “were really in a genuine pursuit of truth, you would go ahead and call witnesses.”
One of Donald Trump's defense attorneys was so awful, he caused the Senate chamber to erupt in laughter at his foolish antics.
Will Cain prior to the Senate voting in favor of calling witnesses in the impeachment trial.
On a day they'd expected to be voting on acquittal or conviction, the Senate is now considering strategy on calling witnesses, thanks to Jamie Raskin's move to depose Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler.
On Day 5 of the Donald Trump's second impeachment trial, House managers are confronted with a decision: Should witnesses be called or should they proceed to closing arguments and a vote?
"A fair trial includes relevant documents and witnesses. And in a fair trial the judge determines what evidence is admitted," wrote Sen. Chris Van Hollen. (D-MD)
In a masterful move, the lead House Manager turned the tables on the GOP's red herring "witness trade" intimidation tactics.
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