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Susan Hennessey
1. Trump has admitted to the essential substance. 2. Is acknowledging that the reports, if accurate, would be an abuse of office? 3. Does he feel any responsibility to get to the bottom of whether there is truth underlying these allegations?
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Mac JustWearAMask 🇺🇸 Vote Biden-Harris 2020 BLM Sep 22
Head under the covers will make it all go away.
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Farooq Butt Sep 22
Cornyn is just doing his usual job: minimizing and trivializing to help Trump.
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StarbiesMom Sep 22
I thought he sounded at least “open” to being concerned. He didn’t totally brush it off like when most other scandals hit.
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Ray D'Antuono Sep 22
Here's what I would ask the Senator, given the chance: "If the reports so far are true, how will you justify your vote of acquittal to future generations when you are confronted with casting a vote on impeachment?"
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Christi Ober Sep 22
We already know he doesn't care.
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Jack Wallen Sep 22
It's pretty simple: The second the admits trump is in the wrong with this, they admit to their own complicity in not standing up against his corrupt and amoral behavior. They're going to stick to their story until it lands them out of office in 2020.
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Jamie O'Neil Sep 22
Trump admitted this very morning. So has Guilliani. Soliciting help from a foreign power to interfere in an election, and withhold authorized congressional money...Trump said he would do it in June, he did it 2016, and he admitted this morning he did it
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shipwreckedcrew Sep 22
Consider: read left-wing explanations for Shokin firing say the justification was his FAILURE to investigate corrupt oligarch owner of Bursima Holdings-which put Hunter Biden on it's BOD two months after he was discharged from Navy Res. for cocaine use.
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Dana Weber Sep 22
People are upset that the DNI did not follow the law and pass the whistleblower complaint to Congress. Trump’s obstruction of ALL oversight procedures demands effective action.
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Jeffrey A. Williams Sep 22
He's essentially right in that the allegations are at this time based on hearsay and that is not admissible evidence in and of itself. If cooberated however with other evidence, than such hearsay becomes potentially admissible.
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