Jeremy Bash disagrees strongly with Michael Schmidt's view that Barr should be allowed to investigate the investigators.
The Inspector General is independent and perfectly capable of looking into any wrong-doing that may have been involved in an investigation. That's not good enough for the Toddler-In-Chief.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler made news Thursday night indicating to Rachel Maddow that Robert Mueller wants to testify without the cameras rolling.
“After two years of a political rectal exam, nobody’s been looked at more than Trump. They found nothing. But the answer for the Democrats is ‘Trump’s gotta go.'”
Democrats in 1973 were facing the prospect of impeaching a president who had just been re-elected in a landslide with a 65 percent approval rating. This time is not anywhere near that one. And the Mueller report is not the Starr report. Get on with it.
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.
Why does CNN feel the need to put this liar on the air in the first place?
CNN contributor Rick Santorum goes down in flames lying about the Mueller reports conclusions on obstruction of justice and calls impeachment hearings "a bonus for Donald Trump."
Sen. Mitt Romney calls Rep. Justin Amash "courageous" but tells CNN's Jake Tapper he "reached a different conclusion" on whether Trump obstructed justice or other impeachable offenses.
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