Monthly Archives: January, 2020

Pelosi argues Trump ‘cannot be acquitted,’ suggests defense team should be disbarred

Thursday as her party appeared on the verge of defeat in the Senate impeachment trial, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi argued that President Trump “cannot be acquitted” if the trial lacks the witness testimony and documentation that Democrats have been seeking.

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Sen. Mike Lee: Senate Is Not Impeachment Trial Jury

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, maintains that senators are “absolutely not jurors” during an impeachment trial. Lee made his comments on Tuesday in a column posted by Fox News.

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Newt Gingrich: ‘Arrogant elitist’ Schiff was exposed when he said Trump’s future ‘cannot be decided at the ballot box’

Wednesday former  House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., said that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., has exposed himself as an “arrogant elitist” in recent remarks in which he claimed the 2020 election result cannot be trusted.

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Elizabeth Warren unveils plan to overhaul bankruptcy laws, spotlighting differences with Biden

Tuesday demonrat presidential contender Elizabeth Warren unveiled a proposal to overhaul the nation’s personal bankruptcy laws, a direct challenge to rival Joe Biden over landmark legislation from more than a decade ago that she opposed and he supported.

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Trump scorches Bolton, says ‘fired’ hawk would have started ‘World War Six’

In tweets on Wednesday, President Trump slammed John Bolton over the recent leak of details from his forthcoming book that complicated the president’s ongoing impeachment trial — and needled his former national security adviser over his notoriously hawkish reputation on foreign policy.

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Mitch McConnell: Trump’s Impeachment Trial Should Follow Clinton Model

Friday Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the structure of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial should track with that of former President Bill Clinton’s impeachment trial two decades ago, with “midtrial” questions such as witnesses only addressed after other relevant motions.

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Massive crowds form for Trump’s New Jersey rally amid impeachment fight

Huge lines were forming overnight in the Jersey Shore destination of Wildwood in anticipation of President Trump’s campaign rally scheduled for late Tuesday, in a show of support by Trump’s faithful amid the bruising impeachment fight back in Washington.

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Sen. Graham: Trump Told Me About Soleimani Operation

Friday Sen. Lindsey Graham said President Donald Trump informed about the “potential” operation that ended with the death of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani when he was in Florida at the president’s Mar-a-Lago resort during the holiday break.

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Homeowners given $20G bill to clean up former California homeless camp

California homeowners in a subdivision have been charged $20,000 for the cleanup of a former homeless camp near their neighborhood, with residents arguing the decision was delayed and shouldn’t just be their responsibility, according to multiple reports.

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John Bolton hopes Soleimani strike ‘first step to regime change in Tehran’

John Bolton praised the killing of Qassem Soleimani and voiced hope it could lead to “regime change” in Iran – a longtime goal of President Trump’s former national security adviser.

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