President Trump Official Response to Senate Trial Notification…

A response to the formal summons from the Senate, notifying the Executive Office of the President of impeachment proceedings, was due at 6:00pm ET today.   The White House has responded [WH pdf link – and embed below] with a seven-page position answer.

[Via White House] THE HONORABLE DONALD J. TRUMP, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, HEREBY RESPONDS:

The Articles of Impeachment submitted by House Democrats are a dangerous attack on the right of the American people to freely choose their President. This is a brazen and unlawful attempt to overturn the results of the 2016 election and interfere with the 2020 election—now just months away. The highly partisan and reckless obsession with impeaching the President began the day he was inaugurated and continues to this day.

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Previously adopted by unanimous consent:

  • A Summons to the White House notifying them of the impeachment trial will be issued by the Senate.  A deadline for WH response: Saturday January 18th, 2020, 6:00pm,
  • The House of Representatives (impeachment managers) have a deadline of 5:00pm Saturday, January 18th, 2020, for the filing of their impeachment brief to the Senate.
  • The White House (defense lawyers) have a response deadline of 5:00pm Monday, January 20th, for their response to the House impeachment brief.
  • The House of Representatives (impeachment managers) have a deadline of Noon Tuesday, January 21st, for their rebuttal brief to the White House defense brief.
  • The Senate Trial begins at 1:00pm Eastern, Tuesday January 21st, 2020.

Senators will not be allowed to bring their cell phones or any electronic device into the Senate chamber while the trial is underway.

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309 Responses to President Trump Official Response to Senate Trial Notification…

  1. A2 says:

    I debated with myself whether I should post it, but having a laugh is too tempting.

    Here is a link to the House of Ushers brief.

    Legit cave.

    https://intelligence.house.gov/uploadedfiles/in_re_president_trump_house_impeachment_trial_brief_and_sof_1.18.20.pdf

    Liked by 3 people

    • JimWVa says:

      The House Trial Brief, as I read it, asks the Senate to “remove” President Trump from office, but does not ask the Senate to “disqualify” President Trump from running and winning the 2020 Election and serving another term of office for four more years. I may have missed it, but if correct, failing to ask for disqualification is a tell that the House Democrats know they have no case.

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      • Brian in CA4 says:

        The 2 articles of impeachment are a travesty. McConnell knows this and would have dismissed them already, if he wasn’t corrupt like those perpetrating this. I’m concerned that this is going forward because, although i think it unlikely, President Trump could potentially be removed from office.

        On the other hand, his opponents are in no imminent legal jeopardy by this trial moving forward, even if the White House gets all the witnesses they want. McConnell is definitely putting a twist on President Trump by letting this move forward. McConnell’s ties to swamp corruption must be much worse that we know. However, I bet there is NSA data documenting McConnell’s coordination with the SSCI and the other coup leaders in the CIA, DOJ, State, etc.

        This is a crazy game of high stakes chicken.

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        • jeff montanye says:

          i hope it finally gets all the crossfire hurricane redactions, etc. released and the start of some criminal trials for, at minimum, perjury before the fisa court.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Redzone says:

          Great description, Brian.

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        • ms doodlebug says:

          It is a crazy game, but keep in mind McConnell is from Kentucky and is only one member of the Senate.

          In the last 12 presidential elections Kentuckians have only voted for democratic candidates three times – Jimmy Carter in 1976 and Bill Clinton in 1992 and 1996. In 2016, they voted for Donald Trump 63% to 33% for Hillary. Whatever McConnell is, he is not stupid.

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        • abdiesus says:

          “McConnell’s ties to swamp corruption must be much worse that we know.”

          Everyone knows China is Trump’s #1 focus, day-in, day-out, every day. Every night Trump goes to sleep thinking about how to stop China from destroying the world. Every morning Trump wakes up thinking about how to stop China from destroying the world. You think McConnell is OK with that? Look, the guy is *literally* “married to China”. Literally.

          And don’t forget that White House lawn press-conference Trump had with McConnell, where Trump called him out for taking money from Big Pharma. Remember how McConnell looked?? He was incredibly uncomfortable, so much so, that in fact he looked ill.

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        • Please explain why “his opponents are in no legal jeapordy”? Why are they not in violation of their oath of office? Trump’s counsel’s response says they are. That’s at least sedition if not treason !

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    • SnapperCheeks says:

      I don’t like any of the “Pelois & Co.” idiots but I’m embararassed for them because they are apparently too stupid to know better…

      Liked by 1 person

      • ms doodlebug says:

        I’m not embarrassed for them. They deserve ridicule, shaming, and in my opinion prosecution for participating in a coup to overturn the election of PDJT.

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    • UGH, reminds me of reading ex wife’s lawyer yammerings about me…..Total BS.

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    • Rhi says:

      Thanks A2, wondered how the demonrats could refute anything argued by the President’s council regarding the unconstitutionality of the shampeach mints.
      They state:
      “INTRODUCTION
      President Donald J. Trump used his official powers to pressure a foreign government to interfere in a United States election for his personal political gain, and then attempted to cover up his scheme by obstructing Congress’s investigation into his misconduct. The Constitution provides a remedy when the President commits such serious abuses of his office: impeachment and removal.”

      We are living in two alternate universes from these democrats. Where they call good evil and evil good. It is though a significant segment of society are unable to to see truth or be reasoned with, analogous to a rabid dog which has gone berserk. It indeed appears that God has given them over to a reprobate mind. I see a coming storm.

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  2. Thurstan says:

    I want a formal vote to dismiss. If it fails, I want every Senator’s vote on the record. No hiding behind “We don’t have the votes.”

    Liked by 19 people

  3. booger71 says:

    Crying Chuck stated in 1999 that there would come a time in the future that the Dems would get payback for the Clinton impeachment. This is it, although President Trump has committed no crimes. They pretty much had Bush in their pocket, so they waited. What they didn’t count on was the our President wouldn’t roll over and give up

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  4. Roger Duroid says:

    Going to be quite a sh$t show if they force PDJT to declass everything while he still can.

    Liked by 5 people

    • ezgoer says:

      If POTUS was going to declassify any documents he would have done so by now. It’s not going to happen. We may not learn why for 20 years.

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      • Brian in CA4 says:

        Why be so sure? Once he declassifies, he loses that as leverage over the swamp. How many times have we discussed this?

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        • Chewbarkah says:

          Let’s see, Trump is being impeached by allies of the swamp plotters. This “leverage” derived from not disclosing the criminality of his foes has accomplished what, exactly?

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      • How do you know that? What premise do you base your firm statement on ezgoer?

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      • J says:

        Wrong ezgoer. You dont throw away your leverage unless the kill shot is set up.

        Everything will be declassified at the exact moment the complete destruction of the globalist tyrannical deep state can be achieved and not a moment sooner. If you lack situational awareness and strategic and tactical fortitude stay on the sidelines. Your comments only hurt our side.

        Nothing pisses me off more than selfish impatience.

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      • Zippy says:

        “We may not learn why for 20 years.”

        20 years from now, the political demographic change thanks to immigration both legal and illegal and birthright citizenship will make the election of any true Republican (not RINO) president impossible. I’d give it maybe 10 years. Read Ann Coulter’s “Adios, America!”

        So, we’d never learn why he didn’t declassify because it’s undoubtedly Deep State related and they will be fully in charge thanks to the success by then of their “voter replacement” program.

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    • As a man thinkth says:

      Roger…Key words “…while he still can”…I am of the opinion that should PDJT order the release of the classified information in the morning, it would take weeks if not months for the first trove of information to be made public..

      Should they vote on PDJT removal, the next administration will simply reclassify and burn the files with “bleach bit”…

      The time to order the release the classified documents was last NOVEMBER….Perhaps, some of the declassified documents would be out by now..

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  5. Sherri Young says:

    See if this sounds familiar.

    https://warontherocks.com/2016/03/open-letter-on-donald-trump-from-gop-national-security-leaders/

    If you were to take out self-identifiers of GOP or Republican, it could easily be mistaken for something the radical TDS democrats would publish. It would not be difficult to imagine that Vindman would have signed on while wearing an expression of resolve on his face. This screed was published on March 2, 2016, the day after Trump’s great success on Super Tuesday. A couple of neocon policy wonks put that thing together and called for brainstorming for ideas on how to keep Donald J. Trump from ever becoming president.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Here is something else to think about. One of the authors of that open letter was Bryan McGrath who plays a role at the Hudson Institute. That is where George Papadopoulos worked immediately prior to moving to London for a brief stint with another think tank or whatever. PapaD was associated with the Ben Carson campaign during the time he was at the Hudson Institute. He went straight from that campaign to the Trump campaign when Ben Carson dropped out soon after Super Tuesday. BTW, McGrath was an advisor to the Marco Rubio campaign.

      It is unclear to me if PapaD was a regular employee at the Hudson Institute or maybe an intern with a stipend. Either way, his area was international relations and energy. He was dealing with early phases of an underwater pipeline project out of Israel. Bryan McGrath’s position at the time were as Managing Director of The FerryBridge Group and Assistant Director of The Hudson Institute Center for American Sea Power. It would make it easy to assume that McGrath either knew or knew of PapaD.

      I cannot help but question if Bryan McGrath and/or some of the neocons who signed the open letter might have been involved with setting up PapaD.

      I don’t know. Just random thoughts.

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  6. G. Alistar says:

    The democrats don’t have a clue that it is a trap. Corrupt, dirt and corruption is coming out… and those Republicans who took kick backs from the Ukraine deal will be sorry too. What a great way to drain some of the swamp.

    Liked by 4 people

    • inspectorudy says:

      I don’t think you have thought this through. The Dems have 47 yes to impeach votes, they need 67 to convict. If there are 10 weak-kneed R’s and 10 corrupt R’s then the Dems will win. Do you really think that the corrupt senators will sit idly by and allow McConnell to expose them? McConnell is one of them! He is not going to allow anyone to be exposed as corrupt and none of the senators want that either, Dem or Repub. I predict that there will be no new witnesses called and the thing will be over in two weeks. The Dems will cry “Unfair” and “Cover-up”, and the R’s will cry “Sham” and Partisan impeachment”. Then they will all go back to old business.

      Liked by 8 people

  7. burginthorn says:

    They would arrest President Trump for breathing oxygen if they could figure out a way to make it a crime.

    Liked by 11 people

  8. fangdog says:

    Can you imagine being a Democrat by birth and thinking you are just an average American as everyone else. Only to find out by being a Democrat you are automatically thought of as being a “useful idiot” kook.

    Liked by 2 people

    • WSB says:

      Or part of the old Comminist Party USA…a Stalinist?

      Liked by 2 people

      • X XYZ says:

        The left is the left: Democrat, progressive, liberal, socialist, communist. It’s just a matter of degree.

        Liked by 3 people

        • WSB says:

          I shock many people when I let them know that the Democrat party is really that of Stalin, and the Republican Party has been infiltrated by old-fashioned Democrats….

          Except the Democrat infiltrators are the Stalinists.

          Liked by 1 person

          • jeff montanye says:

            some just ducked in time. thirteen percent of those who voted for bernie sanders (i was one) voted for trump in the general election. i’m still a registered democrat and suspect i’ll vote for trump again since my choice this year, tulsi gabbard, has yet to catch fire.

            Liked by 2 people

          • X XYZ says:

            You just described Fabian Socialism. Actually it began in England.

            If anyone here doesn’t understand that term, please Google it and educate yourself as to its meaning and its goals.)

            Liked by 2 people

            • Ozzyno Stugots says:

              Boy does that describe the progressive movement the last 30 years. The last three they have abandoned paused that philosophy and are on an all out attack because President Trump has outed them and is standing on their necks

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  9. iswhatitis says:

    FTA: “Senators will not be allowed to bring their cell phones or any electronic device into the Senate chamber while the trial is underway.

    In other news – the House and Senate and the FBI/DOJ./CIA are not allowed to maliciously leak cherry-picked material to make Orange Man look Bad.

    But yet they do.

    So I’ll take this “rule” as meaning “only the good guys have to follow it” (IOW the usual).

    Liked by 2 people

    • MIneCoon says:

      Leaking will be a challenge.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Sherri Young says:

      Giving up those iToys might dull the appetites for a long drawn out trial.

      McCain got caught playing poker on his phone during a hearing. Several weeks ago, one of the Dimm reps on the House Judiciary Committee watched golf during their day-long impeachment proceeding.

      No iThingy will make most of them itchy and crazy.

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  10. getfitnow says:

    FTA – House Democrats say in a brief filed ahead of impeachment trial arguments that President Donald Trump ‘abandoned his oath to faithfully execute the laws and betrayed his public trust.’ They also called his conduct the ‘worst nightmare’ of the country’s founding fathers. ‘President Trump’s misconduct presents a danger to our democratic processes, our national security, and our commitment to the rule of law. He must be removed from office,’ the House Democrats write in their brief. ‘History will judge each Senator’s willingness to rise above partisan differences, view the facts honestly, and defend the Constitution,’ the managers wrote.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7902505/House-Dems-outline-case-removing-Trump-office.html#newcomment

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  11. lindann65 says:

    At the beginning of his show tonight on Fox News, Mark Levin commented on the Article of Impeachment charging the President with obstruction of Congress. The Legislative branch of our government includes the House of Representatives and the Senate, which together represent the United States Congress.

    Liked by 4 people

    • WSB says:

      Bit of a flaw, huh…

      Liked by 4 people

    • hitgirl18 says:

      There is no such thing as obstruction of congress! They are poed because he wont let them implement their dangerous unwanted policies that would harm and remove rights and freedoms from the American people! 90% of them on both sides are compromised or criminals guilty of treason!

      Liked by 4 people

    • As a man thinkth says:

      Mark Liven is correct…but Lawfare twist traditional speak with thier “higher learning” and re invents logic according to decades of academic evalution under the tutelage of the WEATHER UNDERGROUND…

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  12. mtk says:

    The House of Representatives (impeachment managers) have a deadline of 5:00pm Saturday, January 18th, 2020, for the filing of their impeachment brief to the Senate.

    And the filing is where?
    We got the Executive’s response, where is the House response?
    How much you want to bet, the House missed the deadline, and are busy tailoring their Responce now that the Executive response is public.

    That in of itself should be grounds for rejecting the Articles of Impeachment.
    If the Democratic House is going to grandstand and play games, the Senate(Mitch) should slap them in the face with reality with a firm rebuke. The game playing is over.

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  13. Magabear says:

    So if I understand this correctly, the Senate could vote to acquit at anytime during the shampeachment presentation (hopefully in the middle of pencil necks presentation)? If so, I could imagine a vote to acquit right after PDJT’s team rebuts the demonrats bucket of lies.

    Should be over already, but I imagine it’ll be over rather quickly.

    Liked by 2 people

    • SHV says:

      ” If so, I could imagine a vote to acquit right after PDJT’s team rebuts the demonrats bucket of lies.”
      *****
      Mitch will likely make a motion to “dismiss for lack of merit” after the “rebuttal” and Senators questions. I don’t think that he has the votes to end the trial at this stage. I guess the question for Mitch is, will he make the dismiss motion is he knows that he doesn’t have the votes? Will he force Romney, Collins, Murkowsky, et. al. to stand up and vote NO?

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    • dallasdan says:

      No, McConnell reiterated that he is going to “play it straight.” He and his leadership cabal have never been supportive of a quick dismissal of the articles. I consider it suspicious behavior.

      Liked by 1 person

      • hitgirl18 says:

        He’s never supported the president! I think hes a coward and hung up on process while the country goes to hell! The congress is a waste.

        Liked by 2 people

      • hitgirl18 says:

        I cant stomach mcconnell, but for him to say, we will follow the same procedure as the clinton impeachment! Mitch the clinton impeachment included crimes, the Trump farce does not! And could the secret service please go out after anyone who threatens our president, because I’m damned sick of it!

        Liked by 4 people

        • hitgirl18 says:

          And could the secret service go after actors, late night comedians, and senators, governors or mayors who insult and threaten our president! I’m sick of their endless prattle of lies and filth! When the president goes after people, he doesnt lie and he never threatens! He is owed respect, and those insulting him are owed a kick in the ass!

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    • hitgirl18 says:

      Dream on…!

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      • Rhi says:

        … dream until your dreams come true!
        I’m with you hitgirl18. Even threats against POTUS aren’t prosecuted. Corruption off the charts and they’re impeaching the best President we’ve had. It’s a mad clown world.

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  14. armie says:

    Remember the old knock-knock joke where the reply to “who’s there” was “Argo”? DJT just dragged it out of mothballs again.

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  15. The articles of impeachment are on their face “malicious prosecution” and “frivolous litigation” that are an abuse of process constituting a FRAUD.

    There is a well recognized “facial insufficiency” about “allegations of wrongdoing” that are based on hearsay and presumptions that have been added together to form what are “conclusory allegations” not supported by DIRECT EVIDENCE like documents nor by direct witnesses that may be given the weight of FACT by any “finder of fact” like would be the task for a court or a jury.

    Regarding the Articles of Impeachment …..this is amateurish, sophomoric THEATER DRAMA ….about a BULLSHIT scenario where for FACT EVIDENCE, there is nothing there to FACT FIND except to conclude the entire sorry business is a FARCE and a FRAUD.

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    • hitgirl18 says:

      You are as mad as me! And we pay for this phoney shit! There is nothing here! Dismiss the damn thing!

      Liked by 2 people

      • I agree that there should be a dismissal of the articles of impeachment for two reasons:

        [1] No constitution specified, unambiguous type of wrongdoing is identified that provides valid grounds for impeachment, even if the allegations were presumed to be true.

        [2] The allegations of wrongdoing are not supported by any direct evidence. On the
        contrary the allegations are contradicted unequivocally by direct evidence that is clear and convincing, and is conclusive evidence nullifying the allegations of wrongdoing.

        Specifically the official and public statements of the two national leaders who were the principals in a conversation that has been misconstrued by others to provide basis for
        these articles of impeachment, distorts meaning of a conversation as it had meaning understood by the PRINCIPALS involved in the conversation.

        The absurdity of such articles of impeachment is a contrived “subliminal meaning” attempted to be injected into a conversation between leaders, misconstrued by subordinates who imagine they can read the minds of others, to better know what a conversation of leaders truly means, than known more clearly by the persons actually having that conversation.

        An adversarial interest is believed to be served by FALSE accusers of wrongdoing to INVENT a cause for complaint that has no FACT basis.

        That adversarial interest is the motivation for this FRAUD presented by unhappy subordinates who are pretending to be supervisory mind readers and thought police.

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    • hitgirl18 says:

      How much do you think this has cost so far, and how much will it end up costing American taxpayers! The congress is weak, useless, criminal and despicable for doing this and allowing this! They have no respect for the American people, and think nothing of forcing us to pay for garbage!

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      • boomerbeth says:

        These distraction$$$$$:

        Mule-Liar & his FBI “Javert” European tour (looking for a stolen loaf of stale bread) while spending wads of taxpayers’ money on entertainment & sumptuous dinners;

        Kavanaugh blood libel & negative ads;

        TRUMP (BIZARRO WORLD) aka Dreyfus Case 2.0 (a coverup is simply a coverup)
        using misappropriated congressional budgetary funds to maintain a “repeat the lie often and again” 24/7 new cycle.

        Nancy Pelosi & her conspirators have lost their way. They forgot history.
        What goes around comes around.

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  16. Retired IG says:

    Am still on a buzz from watching the movie “Official Secrets.” I am on the second viewing at this early hour ( and bow to Caitlin Johnston for first alerting me to the movie).
    But some of the things said by the main character could be MOST DEFINITELY be transposed onto current events. Its a must watch. Am Laughing, disturbed and happy all at the same time from watching, Had to stop watching just to type the statement: ” Just because you are the Prime Minister you don’t get to make up your own facts” Pelosi, Schiff, Nadler and the rest of you . Please just fold your cards now.
    This is not a game of POKER. Really hiope watch this movie too because lookee see what happens at the end. So beautiful.

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  17. Retired IG says:

    Oops and apologize – this trailer so MISREPRENTED THIS MOVIE I am shamed to have posted thjs link. Truth will always be distorted.

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    • Mad Mike says:

      Roger that… will remove it from my list… 😉

      It just means that whomever had the job of putting the trailer together knew what they had to do to get people in the seats.

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    • Zippy says:

      Always look up the movie synopsis:

      “From the award-winning director of Eye in the Sky, comes the incredible true story of the spy who defied her government to stop a war. In 2003, British intelligence specialist Katharine Gun (Keira Knightley) received a memo with a shocking directive: collect blackmail worthy information on UN council members to force the vote for the invasion of Iraq. Unable to stand by and watch the world rush into war, Gun makes the decision to leak the memo to the press, igniting an international firestorm that would expose a vast political conspiracy and put Gun in harm’s way.”

      Also, “Eye in the Sky” was a movie critical of US drone strikes:

      “EYE IN THE SKY stars Helen Mirren as Colonel Katherine Powell, a UK-based military officer in command of a top-secret drone operation to capture terrorists in Kenya. Through remote surveillance and on-the-ground intel, Powell discovers the targets are planning a suicide bombing and the mission escalates from “capture” to “kill.” But as American pilot Steve Watts (Aaron Paul) is about to engage, a nine-year old girl enters the kill zone, triggering an international dispute reaching the highest levels of US and British government over the moral, political, and personal implications of modern warfare.”

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      • Zippy says:

        “a nine-year old girl enters the kill zone, triggering an international dispute”

        Hmm, one 9-year old girl as collateral damage vs how many people (and possibly kids) dying from a pending suicide bombing and an unknown number of FUTURE suicide bombings. Gosh, what a quandary… for bleeding heart morons…

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  18. pucecatt says:

    Every republican needs to ask 1 question and 1 question only “ did any of your witnesses have 1st hand knowledge “ keep asking that same question over and over .

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  19. Rynn69 says:

    No truth
    No crime
    No collusion
    No hoax
    No accurate reporting
    No constitutionality
    No due process
    No civil rights
    No fairness
    No morality
    No grown-ups
    No ratings
    No one cares
    No kidding

    Liked by 6 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      All excellent but also, all irrelevant. Key and VERY relevant point, how many votes to call witnesses or dismiss or to acquit.

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  20. Shirley U. Geste says:

    Every time the dems refer to a “debunked conspiracy theory” they lay themselves open to being asked to specify the theory, its origin and circulation and the nature of the “debunking”. They’re mad to raise it in their articles of impeachment, but they do.

    Would be sad, but so funny. schitf will go down badly for his incompetence.

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  21. wodiej says:

    I continue to pray and trust in God for the November elections. That the American people who truly care about this country will give Republicans the House back and get more Senate seats. I pray that the outcome is so fierce, so solid, so overwhelming, that the democrats will have absolutely no part in the direction we go. I also pray that more ethical Representatives on the Republican side are voted in so we can get rid of the corrupt GOP members too. Amen!

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  22. FYI, the transcript pages posted below the Scribd link omit one page and duplicate part of another.

    It is curious to me that the response still does not cite the fact that these Articles are, on their face, a Bill of Attainder.

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    • zorrorides says:

      Yes Mike! How they gonna jumpstart the people’s discussion without claiming Bill of Attainder? THAT’S the inside baseball secret knowledge that will ignite the country. Once people get an understanding of why the Framers/Founders forbade Congress to do it, then the people understand that this has to be rejected without prejudice.

      The evil dweebs must start over.

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  23. Mr Trump has counter sued before. I wonder if he can for professional harassment.

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  24. OneGuy says:

    The president promised us a year ago to release the information around the FISA and Russian conspiracy. He should do this before the impeachment. Additionally I suspect that there is classified information about the Democrats in congress colluding with the conspirators and he should release all that as well. Expose The corruption of Pelosi and many other Democrats in congress even before 2016. Do a massive release of data.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Respectfully disagree. This impeachment is DOA in the Senate. The key timing for the release of the FISA abuse, corruption in the FBI/DOJ, Mueller’s SC investigation and importantly, other corruption in the Obama Administration will MUCH better serve the POTUS and returning the house to Republicans in May or June….with indictments and trials on the eve of the November elections. This to coincide with the completion of Durham’s work to prosecute those involved with the FISA abuse and corruption.

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  25. graficgod says:

    i’ll O.D. on popcorn tuesday…lol
    hopefully trump uses this opportunity to expose the swamp on both ‘sides’ (UniParty).

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  26. No higher court than “We the People” boomers need to fix what our complacency allowed; An out of control govt! Convene “Grand juries and indict every govt employee that is in violation of their oath of office to protect our Constitution FOR The United States of America! Get busy! http://www.lawfulamerica.com or nationallibertyalliance.org !

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