That is the question for the United States Senate.
I thought he said “I gotta pee,” but after listening three times, I realize he said “I got impeached.”
Before that, he said there are 160 million people working. A non-sequitur when the topic is prayer in schools.
Speaker Pelosi has chosen seven experienced persons. Will the Dude grandstand and verbally attack each in turn? If he does, he should be ignored.
There is not going to be a quick and meaningless trial in the Senate. Donald J. Trump has been impeached for abuse of power and obstructing Congress. So, these are charges that can only be levied against a POTUS.
Judges can be impeached for malfeasance, but only those who “enjoy” a lifetime appointment. Others can, of course, be removed via election or, in some states, a finding of incompetence by a Governor. That is a significant difference.
Really? Is that where Rachel Maddow is headed.
For the record.
Whatever Joe Biden did as Vice President is irrelevant because the Vice President has no authority. Ditto for members of Congress. They, too have no power to effect any action. That Trump does not understand his office is perhaps another reason to remove him.
I am puzzled by the use of the word “transaction” as a description of a public servant’s behavior as negative. Trump is accused of being transactional. I’d say his behavior is quite the opposite. He’s committed to carrying out actions or functions that he does not complete. No action. Period. He’s the embodiment of the Party of No. All for show. Pomp and circumstance, nothing more.
Trump went to Afghanistan to have a late dinner with the troops. Before he left, he supposedly signed a new law amending our relationship with Hong Kong. The Congressional Record indicated that the announcement was premature–an example of taking the intent for the act?
In the interest of fairness, I must assert that Mark Penn advising Trump about impeachment is abusive. Somebody should be ashamed.