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Trump campaign launching pro-life coalition to galvanize voters on abortion
President Trump's campaign will unveil a new pro-life coalition on Friday as part of its effort to drive pro-life voters to the polls in 2020, Fox News has exclusively learned.
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MLB Should Reinstate Pete Rose, Members of the 1919 White Sox After Lenient Punishment to Astros and Red Sox
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Virginia man charged with murdering stepdaughter want to subpoena Gov. Northam, her ex-doctor
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Three U.S. firefighters killed in Australia air crash were on a California-based tanker
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Trump says ‘great’ Mideast peace plan coming before Netanyahu visit
President Trump says his administration’s Mideast peace plan will be released in days. Trump told reporters Thursday on Air Force One that the proposal would be released before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits the White House on Tuesday. “Probably we’ll release it a little bit prior to that,” Trump said. “I’d love to be...
Democrats accuse Trump of abuse of power as impeachment trial continues
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Detroit man sues bank for not taking checks
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House Democrats Try to Convince Senate Republicans Trump Comprised National Security — To No Avail
“I have news for everybody,” Mick Mulvaney told the world on Oct. 17, weeks after House Democrats launched a formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. “Get over it. There is going to be political influence in foreign policy.” In pressuring Ukraine to investigate his political rival last July, Mulvaney argued, Trump was doing nothing…
Mike Florio suggests 49ers should ‘send a message’ to Patrick Mahomes
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1 in 3 GOPers think Trump did something illegal. But...
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1 in 3 Republicans think Trump did something illegal. But...
House Democrats are using Lindsey Graham’s own words to rebut the president’s defense
Sen. Lindsey Graham, then a House member, served as a manager during former President Bill Clinton’s 1999 impeachment trial. | Tim Sloan/AFP/Getty Images In 1999, he directly contradicted a core plank of Trump’s current defense. House Democrats, on the second day of their opening arguments at the Senate impeachment trial, used a familiar face to make their case against President Donald Trump. In a 1999 video clip played on the Senate floor, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), a close ally of the president, can be seen directly contradicting a core plank of Trump’s current defense. So far, Trump’s counsel has argued that his actions do not constitute a crime or a violation of the law, and as such, do not meet the threshold that’s needed for impeachment. This reasoning is flawed for a variety of reasons, as Vox’s Ian Millhiser has explained, and it appears Graham once agreed. In a clip introduced by House impeachment manager Jerry Nadler, Graham is seen explaining — during President Bill Clinton’s impeachment trial in 1999 — why an abuse of power by the president qualifies as a “high crime and misdemeanor.” “What’s a high crime?” Graham says in the video. “It doesn’t even have to be a crime. It’s just when you start using your office and you’re acting in a way that hurts people, you’ve committed a high crime.” The two articles of impeachment passed by the House last December charge Trump with abuse of power in his alleged efforts to obtain political favors in exchange for military aid to Ukraine, and obstruction of Congress. As Millhiser wrote, Trump counsel’s pushback on these charges isn’t exactly backed by legal experts or existing precedent: There are two problems with this argument. One is that Trump’s effort to pressure Ukraine into opening a political investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden likely violates at least one federal criminal statute. More importantly, it does not matter whether Trump’s actions were criminal — they still may form the basis of an impeachment. Yes, the Constitution states that public officials may only be impeached for “high crimes and misdemeanors,” but that phrase had an expansive meaning when it was written into the Constitution. As Justice Joseph Story explained in 1833, “there are many offences, purely political, which have been held to be within the reach of parliamentary impeachments, not one of which is, in the slightest manner, alluded to in the statute books.” And Nadler, for much of his Thursday remarks hammered on this exact point, citing testimony from numerous legal scholars including Jonathan Turley, an expert witness called by House Republicans last year. “Everyone except President Trump and his lawyers agree that presidents can be impeached for abuse of power,” Nadler emphasized. Everyone, it seems, including Graham’s younger self.