Hillary: I Could 'Obviously' Beat Trump in 2020

Hillary: I Could 'Obviously' Beat Trump in 2020

Hillary: I Could 'Obviously' Beat Trump in 2020

Clinton made similar statements during a speaking event over the weekend; labeling Donald Trump an "illegitimate president".

That includes recent conversations with former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Trump contends the former vice president did so to help his son. "If they retreat to a second line of defense, and argue that although the president did something he shouldn't, it doesn't warrant impeaching and removing him, I think they may have a better case to argue". This has NOTHING to do with politics or a political campaign against the Bidens. In the face of a serious impeachment inquiry, Trump's very political future depends on his ability to maintain the loyalty of his party on and off Capitol Hill.

"First of all, he didn't admit that he had been on the call".

"All of you know your Constitution", McConnell says in the video. "There's no more debating the facts".

"Why are we sitting silently by and watching this president do Vladimir Putin's bidding? In 1973, McConnell, then a budding Kentucky politician, called the Watergate affair "totally repugnant" and denounced the conduct of President Richard Nixon and some in his administration, as documented by McConnell biographer John David Dyche".

Getting corruption out of Congress and the White House is a huge rallying cry for an election season.

That unexpected timing, aides said, meant Clinton was going to be far more public at the same time that Trump's presidency faced its most existential threat. There is nearly no support among voters who, who identify themselves as Republican for impeaching and removing the president from office.

Trump, in turn, reject the allegations as "witch hunt garbage", referring to the phone call with Zelensky as a casual and absolutely "normal" one.

"Are we now saying that security assistance and WH meeting are conditioned on investigations?" Gordon Sondland, the USA ambassador to the European Union who has become a key figure in the probe, will be deposed on Tuesday.

"Speaker Pelosi has expertly rallied her far-flung caucus around this narrow focus ensuring a clear message and as minimal political risk as possible. There was no subpoena, as he says in a tweet this morning", she said. Even the director of National Intelligence has regarded this information as "unprecedented".

The former secretary of state continued, calling the partisan-fueled impeachment inquiry the "appropriate remedy" to the "serious assault on our democracy that is apparently asked for".

It's unclear if the Senate leader is indicating that he'll stonewall a House resolution on impeachment in his chamber or if he's merely stating the obvious: that keeping the GOP Senate majority would prevent Trump from being impeached.

No other candidate has more than 10 percent support on average.

LaHood said impeachment is an inherently political decision. That's something one of the Republicans challenging Trump for the GOP presidential nomination, Joe Walsh of IL, called on fellow Republicans to do.

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