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Glenn Kirschner
Legal Analyst; Fmr 30-yr fed prosecutor w/ , DC Chief of Homicide & JAG. President of
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Glenn Kirschner 2h
Gates testified. The prosecution rested its case. Stone’s attorneys announced they would move some documents into evidence and play a video clip or two, but would CALL NO WITNESSES! It looks like Stone’s case will go out with a fizzle rather than with a bang. More to come . . .
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Glenn Kirschner 4h
Replying to @seemva1 @Sippi48 and 3 others
I agree there are lots of good candidates. I don’t intend any one tweet or comment to be an endorsement of a candidate or a criticism of other candidates.
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Glenn Kirschner 4h
Replying to @DorothyDogwood
It takes a village to catch my typos. Thanks.
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Glenn Kirschner 5h
In her article about Don Jr.’s “book”, observes: “One of the great contradictions in American life is the politician-authored book, for it is neither written by nor (often) read by that politician. . .” And it just keeps getting better. So⬇️
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Glenn Kirschner 6h
In case you were ever wondering what the exact opposite of Donald Trump is . . .
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Glenn Kirschner 6h
Replying to @joqween
I will, Jo.
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Glenn Kirschner 7h
Replying to @BillyBarbel
The evidence against Stone is VERY strong.
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Glenn Kirschner 7h
I love it, D. This should be designated National Week. In fact, with public tesimony opening tomorrow, let me say to everyone: Happy Impeachment Eve!
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Glenn Kirschner 7h
Replying to @jcamillegray
I can’t understand how in the world the Republicans in Congress are OK with the way Trump has handed the US over to Putin. It’s so incredibly damaging to our country.
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Glenn Kirschner 7h
Replying to @MitziForPelosi
Not sure, but the testimony of Rick Gates should prove interesting.
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Glenn Kirschner 7h
Replying to @FranWarrenfran
The trial should conclude early next week.
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Glenn Kirschner 7h
Replying to @medit8now @ustooenough
Had multiple typos. I don’t do well with pre-coffee tweets . . .
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Glenn Kirschner 7h
Replying to @GoldenGirlsRu
Like all criminal trials, the Stone trial is open to the public.
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Glenn Kirschner 7h
Replying to @IdoAmir
And I’m with you, my friend.
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Glenn Kirschner 7h
Replying to @68DodgeCoronet
When there are legal issues in the news, we discuss them . . .
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Glenn Kirschner 7h
It’s challenging to teach students the importance of law-abiding, ethical behavior when they see just the opposite from the president, both of the president’s lawyers (Giuliani and Barr), the president’s Chief of Staff, etc.
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Glenn Kirschner 8h
Morning All. Off to court today (after my daily dose of enthusiasm from my criminal justice students at GW - there’s just something about teaching) to cover the Roger Stone trial. I should be appearing throughout the day from outside the courthouse with updates.
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Glenn Kirschner 8h
Replying to @r_middagh
Thank you for your service, Charles.
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Glenn Kirschner 8h
Replying to @ofpeopl
1. I hope so and 2. Yes (double jeopardy does not apply to impeachment).
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Glenn Kirschner 8h
I think we’re going to see some of the best America has to offer beginning on Wednesday. We’re going to see people who are the polar opposite of folks like Trump and Barr and Mulvaney and Graham and McConnell. We’re going to see sefless patriots.
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