As Neal Katyal says, the rules rolled out today along with plans to bury John Bolton are "a crime against the American people."
Neal Katyal, former Senator Kent Conrad and Berit Berger discuss McConnell's impeachment rules and Trump's reply to the managers' brief.
"They're striving to come up whatever they can to defend this indefensible conduct by Donald Trump," the former acting solicitor general said.
Neal Katyal points out that Amb. Gordon Sondland "forgot" a phone call he received on his cellphone in a restaurant, from the someone he calls "The President of The United States"? Forgot? I don't think so.
Gordon Sondland "FORGOT" about a call with "The President of the United States," on his cellphone, while in a restaurant?
Ratcliffe is reportedly being considered for a job in intelligence or national security as it appears Trump is ready to force current DNI Dan Coats out.
5-4? "For now"? We'll take it.
"There have been, quote, numerous conversations with White House lawyers well ahead of the report's release," said Rachel Maddow, quoting a breaking New York Times story.
Neal Katyal gives Chris Hayes three reasons why this is the beginning of the end of the Trump presidency.
Three reasons it's time to prepare for a White House without Trump. (Good news and a national tragedy at the same time.)
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