- As the Trump impeachment inquiry enters its next phase, GOP Senators will argue that there was a quid pro quo in the notorious phone call with Ukraine’s president, but it was not illegal.
- It’s the same argument Hillary Clinton supporters used to defend the Clinton Foundation’s contributions from foreign governments.
- The Clinton 2020 rumor mill is gathering steam: A Fox News poll show Hillary beating Trump in a 2020 rematch.
The House Democrats’ push to impeach Donald Trump is moving fast. Late last month Democrats published the full text of their impeachment inquiry resolution, directing multiple House committees to continue investigating whether Donald Trump had violated federal election law in his now infamous phone call with President Zelensky.
If Democrats are fiercely determined to tell the former Apprentice star, “You’re fired!” Republicans in Washington are pushing back with equal ferocity.
GOP Pushes Back Against Trump Impeachment
At a campaign rally in Kentucky Monday, Sen. Rand Paul, who has been a staunch defender and close partner with the Trump Administration, called on the media to publish the name of the whistleblower. “Do your job and print his name!” Paul bellowed to cheers:
At a campaign stop in Mississippi last week, the president ridiculed the idea that he needs Ukraine’s help to defeat “Sleepy Joe” Biden in the 2020 election. Trump reminded rally goers that in 2016 he single-handedly defeated both the Clinton and Bush dynasties.
If the House votes to impeach Trump, he’ll face a trial in the U.S. Senate, which is controlled by his party. Over the weekend, the Washington Post reported that Republican Senators are preparing to acknowledge that Trump offered a quid pro quo of U.S.