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Matt Rogers 🎙️
The fact that book publishers know more about Trump's bribery scheme and cover up than U.S. senators who are right now weighing whether to remove him from office is the height of absurdity.
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Greg Pinelo Jan 26
Replying to @Politidope
Just so I've said it, if you're mad at John Bolton for withholding important info about Trump in order to goose book sales, you maybe should reflect on how you feel about Washington Post reporters who do the same thing.
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sartory Jan 26
Replying to @gregpinelo @Politidope
John Bolton has first-hand knowledge and Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig are reporters. Given the GOP senators keep whining that no one with first-hand knowledge has testified (even though they're wrong), I'd say there's a pretty big difference here.
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LVaddict1974 Jan 26
Replying to @Politidope
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Billie Sue McCue Jan 26
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Linda Tedesco Jan 26
Replying to @Politidope
The Senators know. They just don’t care.
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Oscillate Wildly Jan 26
Replying to @Sept25lady @Politidope
Oh, they care. They care about being re-elected.
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🇬🇧🍸PreciselyPoshVotesBlueNoMatterWho🍸🇬🇧 Jan 26
Replying to @Politidope
The fact that they brought word puzzles and fidget Spinners to the trial tells you all you need to know.
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jlopus Jan 26
Why assume the senators didn't know?
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Mueller, She Wrote Podcast Jan 26
The public didn’t know. That’s the most important jury of all.
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PAUL LEO FASO Jan 26
Replying to @Politidope @SenateGOP
This is the most egregious fact in the Senate Trial, that direct & best evidence is being denied by Trump as well as the complicit GOP. The American People have only one choice remaining - vote out every Senator that stands against witnesses.
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Chelley081919 Jan 27
Truth
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