Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) on Sunday argued that Donald Trump should not be impeached because he never completed his quid pro quo with Ukraine.
Sen. Kennedy Says Extortion 'Probably' Impeachable -- But Claims Trump Must Have 'Culpable State Of Mind'
Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) on Sunday argued that Donald Trump may not be guilty of a quid pro quo with Ukraine if he did not have a "culpable state of mind" when he tried to extort the country's president.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer shot down the notion that Democrats should not be moving forward on impeachment because there wasn't a single Republican that was willing to put protecting the country and the Constitution over protecting their party and Trump.
GOP House Minority Leader first claimed he hadn't heard about it, and then rejected the offer from the whistle-blower's attorney for written testimony, under oath, directly from Republicans during an interview on this Sunday's Face the Nation.
"I think this is analogous to a grand jury proceeding," Schiff told Margaret Brennan on Face The Nation.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) said over the weekend that Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump's personal attorney, should testify before the Senate Judiciary committee.
Here's Your Weekly Reminder That Republicans Want To Balance The Budget On The Backs Of The Elderly And The Poor
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham tells CBS' Margaret Brennan that the tax cuts that blew up the deficit are going to pay for themselves, and that we need to get "entitlement" spending under control if we want to balance the budget.
Mulvaney: 'I Understand Why' Trump's Tweets Are Seen As Racist 'But That Doesn’t Mean That It Is Racist'
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said on Sunday that he understands why some people would view Donald Trump's tweets attacking a majority African-American district as racist.
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) accused CBS host Margaret Brennan of unfairly bringing race into a discussion after Donald Trump told four non-white Democratic congresswomen to "go back" to where they came from.
Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders responded with sarcasm on Sunday after CBS host Margaret Brennan defended possible military action against Iran as "just doing a limited strike."
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