The House Minority Leader is breaking the law in plain sight.
She said the "analysis" was just a rationalization of a decision already made.
"Had I not fired James Comey...I wouldn't be standing here right now." That's admitting to the felony of obstruction of justice.
Was this obstruction of justice on the part of Junior, or on the part of spammers who quite possibly have direct ties to Trumpworld?
Forget the semantics, the House Judiciary Committee is moving forward with impeachment hearings, period, full stop.
The member of the Judiciary Committee visited Joy Reid's show to discuss the Mueller hearings.
During Robert Mueller's hearing, Rep. Gohmert introduced an article he wrote himself about Mueller, and proceeded to scream about the Special Counsel's team being meanies to Trump.
Never mind that the $46 million Manafort was forced to hand over to the government more than paid for the investigation.
Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani tells Fox's Jeanine Pirro that he should Robert Mueller with a $17 million lawsuit for failing to come to a conclusion on obstruction of justice.
The offhand dismissal of an order from a federal district judge is no small thing. Neither is continuous and blatant disregard for congressional subpoenas and the plain meaning of law. But the Trump White House is now engaged in all of these things.
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