"The Constitution doesn't allow presidents to declare war over social media." states every person with a 4th-grade understanding of American Civics.
Dear Leader's Fourth of July celebration already has turned sour even before it began.
If Justin Amash's town hall is any indication, his constituents are not at all distressed over his loud and proud advocacy for Donald Trump's impeachment.
Congressman Amash is the sole Republican to stand up and say what everyone who has read the Mueller Report knows: Trump has committed impeachable offenses.
Sen. Chris Coons says they're not willing to act.
"If the Mueller report produced a bombshell, there was a chance that the Republican majority in the Senate might have removed the president. In the absence of that, we have a simple choice to make," Coons said.
We already suspected that.
A European summit was dominated by anger over claims of widespread U.S. spying
Why doesn't Mike Rogers want Congressional oversight of intelligence activities?