"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.
"Every time you go to a dinner with Wall Street traders and investors, they're panicked about Elizabeth Warren," Ruhle said.
Filled with lies and rambling, the CNBC reporter tells Stephanie Ruhle this was a spectacle that highlighted Trump's decline.
"We just heard 20 minutes of nonsense," said John Harwood. More like 3 years.
"You know, we've known about stealing and theft and monopolization for a thousand years. Just enforce the laws we have on the books," author Matt Stoller said.
A half-million children would lose access to free school lunches.
"In other words, no documents will be handed over and no witnesses will be allowed to testify," Stephanie Ruhle said.
NBC News London correspondent Bill Neely explains why Trump's Syria move is so dangerous, but also to make a damning comparison to another disgraced appeaser: Neville Chamberlain.
In discussing the disastrous impact of the president's plan to abandon the Kurds to Turkish forces, Bill Neely hears echos of Chamberlain's abandoning Czechoslovakia to the Nazis.
Uh, oh. That's a felony, Donald. The House Judiciary Committee will not be happy.