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Joe Conason
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Steve Villano 9h
had the perfectly nailed: A , , who in to the every single time, and is still servicing the .
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David Corn 11h
Believe a first impression.
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Joe Conason 5h
Yes. We got her some legal assistance and they settled with her IIRC
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Joe Conason 11h
On this historic day, remembering my first story about from almost 40 years ago. (He evicted an elderly lady who had suffered a stroke.)
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Chris Lu 14h
1999: Clinton White House produced 90,000 pages of documents. Nearly 100 witnesses were interviewed, including Clinton. Now: Not a single document was produced by WH, VP, OMB, or State, Defense, Energy Depts. Trump has blocked 12 witnesses from testifying. (h/t )
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Matt Laslo 15h
REPORTERS AREN’T SHEEP: View from the print/radio reporter press pen to the photographer’s pen just off the Senate floor. They’ve severely restricted our access during the impeachment proceedings
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Mark Jacob 14h
About 70% of Americans want to see new witnesses and documents in Trump's impeachment trial. If Mitch McConnell blocks new evidence, it will come across as a cover-up by a criminal co-conspirator, and any acquittal will be illegitimate.
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Joan Walsh 15h
Chris Cannon tells CNN no one cares about hearing witnesses and they want impeachment over with. But 70% of respondents told CNN they want witnesses.
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John Cassidy 14h
From . Some background on the investigative reporting that and have been doing--and the consequences.
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Jon Cryer 17h
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John Dean 14h
21 years ago during the Clinton impeachment the House was highly partisan under Gingrich. The Senate not so much. Today both House and Senate highly partisan, thank you GOP. Mitch is going to force (if he can) the Senate to join the White House coverup! Sad day, a pivotal event!
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Jennifer Horn 14h
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Michael McFaul 14h
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Philip Bump 17h
Imagine a criminal trial in which half the jury was friends with the accused, the accused could ignore subpoenas and if evidence emerged after the indictment it wasn't admissible.
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Rachel Joy Larris 15h
Ohhhh I love that title
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Amee Vanderpool 14h
How McConnell rules differ from Clinton rules: 1. House impeachment record not admitted into evidence 2. limits presentation to 24 hrs for 2 days 3. requires vote on whether to even subpoena witnesses and documents 4. allows a motion to dismiss the case at any time in the trial
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Matthew Miller 14h
This dishonest lecture from McConnell about how they are just following the Clinton precedent is an exact parallel to how he lied about precedent to justify not voting on Merrick Garland.
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Joe Conason 17h
The Senate majority is led by vandals
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Julie Davis Jan 20
This photo of the Senate Press Gallery makes me sad. Every member of the press goes through layers of security before reaching this space in the Capitol, which is supposed to afford journalists unimpeded firsthand access to what is happening on the Senate floor. Now, another mag.
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David Frum Jan 20
McConnell rules 1) No witnesses 2) No evidence 3) No time 4) No cameras
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