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Republicans for the Rule of Law
Republicans for the Rule of Law is a group of life-long Republicans dedicated to defending the institutions of our republic and upholding the rule of law.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 5h
This is why it's so important to have public, open investigative hearings: We're still learning new facts.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 5h
Our leaders should be using government power to keep us safe and free, not to cheat in the next election. We can't let this stand.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 7h
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 10h
All Republicans should read this thread carefully:
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 13h
The Ukraine quid pro quo wasn't just wrong, it was dangerous.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 13h
Republicans in Congress, remember: It's never too late to stand up for the Rule of Law.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 13h
That's what this quid pro quo is: A request, a demand, pressure on a foreign government to smear dirt on an American to help a political rival. Foreign governments have no business doing political favors in American elections.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 14h
Update on Ken Starr, former investigator of Bill Clinton:
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 14h
This morning's testimony confirmed the existence of a quid pro quo beyond the July 25 phone call.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 14h
Remember: The security assistance that President Trump was holding up was approved by bipartisan majorities in Congress and signed by the president. Delaying it may have itself been an illegal act.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 14h
The difference between completing a corruption investigation and announcing a political investigation is that one is responsible law enforcement and the other is a corrupt political favor.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 15h
The U.S. ambassador to the EU know there was a quid pro quo, and the Ukrainians knew it, too.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 15h
Once again, the witnesses explain the difference between investigating corruption generally and investigating a political opponent specifically.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 15h
Once again, the witnesses explain the difference between investigating corruption generally and investigating a political opponent specifically.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 15h
We elect our leaders to use the government for the national interest, not their own electoral interests.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 15h
The U.S. ambassador to the EU raised objections to the quid pro quo.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 15h
We now have confirmation from the Republican ambassador to the EU that the White House directed the quid-pro-quo.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 16h
We're live streaming Day 4 of the . Tune in and watch with us!
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Republicans for the Rule of Law Nov 19
Every witness so far agrees: Asking the Ukrainians to investigate the Bidens specifically is wrong.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law Nov 19
If "quid pro quo" doesn't mean "do this for me and I'll do something for you," it doesn't mean anything. If the United States government believes that military aid for Ukraine is in the national interest, there should be no political strings attached.
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