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George Conway
Lawyer. Windmill cancer survivor. Favorite quote: “If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so.”
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Carol Leonnig 11h
NEW >>>> We confirm pressed Ukraine prez to investigate Biden's son... NEWER >>> White House argued complaint shouldn't go to Congress, causing tension with ODNI me w
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Cornell University Sep 19
George Conway and Neal Katyal discussed executive power during the first event in the Peter ’69 and Marilyn ’69 Coors Conversation Series Sept. 17 in the Statler Auditorium.
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George Conway 5h
Replying to @jedshug @HarvLRev
actually there’s a second link in that graph to the article
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George Conway 6h
Replying to @gtconway3d
That law review article is here:
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George Conway 6h
And in fact, the third paragraph of our op-ed contains a link to the recent article by , , and Prof. Ethan Leib on “Faithful Execution and Article II,” which cogently and thoroughly makes clear that the Framers viewed the president as a fiduciary.
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Preet Bharara 12h
On this one maybe Congress doesn’t need to wait two years for a prosecutorial report that says a President can’t be indicted even if he’s a recidivist when it comes to abusing his power
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Philippe Reines 8h
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Elizabeth Warren 9h
Replying to @ewarren
In 1974, Democrats and Republicans united in support of impeachment not out of mutual contempt for Nixon but mutual respect for the rule of law. Congress refused to be complicit in future law-breaking by Nixon or other presidents. It’s time for this Congress to step up and act.
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Elizabeth Warren 9h
Replying to @ewarren
A president is sitting in the Oval Office, right now, who continues to commit crimes. He continues because he knows his Justice Department won't act and believes Congress won’t either. Today’s news confirmed he thinks he’s above the law. If we do nothing, he’ll be right.
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Elizabeth Warren 9h
After the Mueller report, Congress had a duty to begin impeachment. By failing to act, Congress is complicit in Trump’s latest attempt to solicit foreign interference to aid him in US elections. Do your constitutional duty and impeach the president.
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Jackson Diehl 13h
Our new Washpost editorial lays out the already substantial evidence that Trump tried to coerce Ukraine's president into investigating Joe Biden. And that's before we know what the whistleblower said,
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Jake Tapper 8h
.⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩: “Trump has done plenty to warrant impeachment. But the Ukraine allegations are over the top” - The Washington Post
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Josh Dawsey 9h
Replying to @jdawsey1
Ukrainians were upset they couldn’t get POTUS meeting & lost hundreds of millions in foreign aid. POTUS & Rudy delivered a message: Probe Biden and matters that help us. Aid and meetings have returned. Giuliani says Ukraine has promised to look into it.
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Josh Dawsey 9h
Replying to @jdawsey1
“You’re not getting from here to the presidency without answering these questions,” Giuliani told the Post of Biden. He repeatedly pressured Ukrainian officials and briefed POTUS, who also pressured them. Lots of angst in Ukraine and at US embassy there.
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Josh Dawsey 9h
Aid was held from Ukraine in July. POTUS then repeatedly pressured president to probe Hunter Biden. Trump nixed a meeting. Then Giuliani pushed top Ukrainian aide in Madrid — who promised to look into it. Aid has returned. Meeting is happening. Our latest:
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Karen Tumulty 9h
George Conway and Neal K. Katyal: Trump has done plenty to warrant impeachment. But the Ukraine allegations are over the top. - ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Tim O'Brien 9h
“They believed that a president would break his oath if he engaged in self-dealing — if he used his powers to put his own interests above the nation’s. That would be the paradigmatic case for impeachment.” ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Michael Larabee 9h
“It is high time for Congress to do its duty.” From and
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Benjamin Wittes 9h
This from ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ is exactly right.
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Neal Katyal 9h
Our latest installment of the legal odd couple - ⁦⁩ and me. The recent Ukraine allegations eclipse even the Russia obstruction of justice mess. Trump has done plenty to warrant impeachment. But the Ukraine allegations are over the top.
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