CNN's John Avlon discusses the possible repercussions Trump's lawyers could be facing for pushing “whataboutism,” “flat-out falsehoods,” and “surreal whoppers" during the impeachment trial.
John Avlon's "Reality Check" examines the potential consequenes for Trump's lawyers for "filling up the dishonesty scorecard" during the impeachment trial in the Senate.
Bully-boy Michael van der Veen proved he can be every bit as obnoxious during a television interview as he was defending Trump for his part in inciting the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6th.
Trump Impeachment Lawyer Bullies CBS Reporter For Asking For Clarification On Attack On House Managers
Trump impeachment lawyer Michael van der Veen attacks CBS reporter Lana Zak for daring to ask him for a clarification about his claim that the House impeachment managers supposedly doctored evidence.
All that's old is new again. In response to the breaking news that the Senate voted to allow witnesses in the impeachment trial, Republican Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall wants to put Nancy Pelosi on trial.
Republican Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall wants to put Nancy Pelosi on trial in response to whether it would make any difference to him if what was said on the phone call between Trump and Kevin McCarthy was true.
SNL Weekend Update host Colin Jost begs Trump to "give us one last show" and testify at the upcoming impeachment trial in the Senate this week.
Trump lawyer Bruce Castor tells Fox's Laura Ingraham he plans on playing clips of Democrats at Trump's impeachment trial to try to get Trump off the hook for inciting the riot on January 6th.
Ohio GOP Sen. Rob Portman basically explains how he and his fellow Republican senators are going to weasel out of doing their duty and voting to convict Trump for inciting a riot and attempting to overturn the presidential election after the impeachment trial next week.
Ohio Republican Rob Portman, who is retiring from the Senate at the end of this term, claimed that Trump's inciting the riot on Jan. 6th "can be inexcusable, and yet not be subject to a conviction after a president has left office."
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