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Don't you realize that Trump is a corrupt president ?   Even as a Republican you should not want to keep a president like this.      

This will hurt Biden and help Trump. Funny, it was only a few months ago that he was about to be impeached for colluding with Russia to game an election. It looks like they are desperate to impeach Tr

With Trumps record of turning the Democrats attacks into an expose of Democrat incompetence and villainy. You would think they would have learned their lesson. But when your candidates are a bunch of

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After he wins in 2020 Ivanka or Eric can carry the torch in 2024. They are as sharp as nails compared to anybody the dems have with the exception perhaps of Pete or Tulsi. 

Pete and Tulsi are basically Republicans.

 

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Link: 'Final straw': GOP ex-Ohio Gov. Kasich supports impeachment

 

"Kasich said he decided to back impeachment after hearing acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney acknowledge Thursday that Trump's decision to hold up military aid to Ukraine was linked to his demand that Ukraine investigate the Democratic National Committee and the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign. Mulvaney later claimed his remarks were misconstrued.

"This is an extremely serious matter," Kasich told The Associated Press in an interview. "I wrestled with it for a very long time."

It marked a reversal for Kasich, who previously said he hadn't seen evidence of a quid pro quo on Trump's part. "

 

Link: Rooney steps out: GOP member 'thinking' about impeachment

 

"The second-term Republican said publicly Friday what others in his party are not, namely that acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney acknowledged a quid pro quo was at work when Trump held up U.S. aid to Ukraine in exchange for Kyiv's investigation of Democrats and the 2016 elections. 
"He said there's a quid pro quo," Rooney said of Mulvaney during a telephone interview. "I just don't think that the power and prestige of our country is supposed to be used for political things."

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8 hours ago, Becker said:

Link: 'Final straw': GOP ex-Ohio Gov. Kasich supports impeachment

 

"Kasich said he decided to back impeachment after hearing acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney acknowledge Thursday that Trump's decision to hold up military aid to Ukraine was linked to his demand that Ukraine investigate the Democratic National Committee and the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign. Mulvaney later claimed his remarks were misconstrued.

"This is an extremely serious matter," Kasich told The Associated Press in an interview. "I wrestled with it for a very long time."

It marked a reversal for Kasich, who previously said he hadn't seen evidence of a quid pro quo on Trump's part. "

 

Link: Rooney steps out: GOP member 'thinking' about impeachment

 

"The second-term Republican said publicly Friday what others in his party are not, namely that acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney acknowledged a quid pro quo was at work when Trump held up U.S. aid to Ukraine in exchange for Kyiv's investigation of Democrats and the 2016 elections. 
"He said there's a quid pro quo," Rooney said of Mulvaney during a telephone interview. "I just don't think that the power and prestige of our country is supposed to be used for political things."

Wow, someone is thinking about impeachment. Not very impressive, given Democrats have been obsessing over impeachment talk for nearly three years. And given they won't even hold an impeachment inquiry vote, there's no reason to believe they will ever impeach. Just watch. We'll hear excuses and more excuses, stuff like "the scope of crimes is so large", and other blathering.

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