President Trump Legal Team Respond to Impeachment Trial Motion – Trial Memorandum (pdf)….

The lawyers representing President Trump and lawyers representing the Office of the Presidency collectively file a response briefing, a trial memorandum, to the Senate (full pdf below).  The 170-page rebuttal to the House articles is HERE and embedded below:

The Articles of Impeachment now before the Senate are an affront to the Constitution and to our democratic institutions. The Articles themselves—and the rigged process that brought them here—are a brazenly political act by House Democrats that must be rejected.

They debase the grave power of impeachment and disdain the solemn responsibility that power entails. Anyone having the most basic respect for the sovereign will of the American people would shudder at the enormity of casting a vote to impeach a duly elected President.

By contrast, upon tallying their votes, House Democrats jeered until they were scolded into silence by the Speaker. The process that brought the articles here violated every precedent and every principle of fairness followed in impeachment inquiries for more than 150 years.

Even so, all that House Democrats have succeeded in proving is that the President did absolutely nothing wrong. All of this is a dangerous perversion of the Constitution that the Senate should swiftly and roundly condemn.

[LINK to Trial Memorandum]

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253 Responses to President Trump Legal Team Respond to Impeachment Trial Motion – Trial Memorandum (pdf)….

  1. DJ Snyder says:

    Take no prisoners, Trump!

    Liked by 36 people

    • margarite1 says:

      Impeachment is to DJT what awarding the Nobel prize was to Obama – diminished and rendered meaningless.

      Liked by 49 people

      • Cisco says:

        👍⭐⭐⭐⭐👍

        Liked by 8 people

        • Bill Durham says:

          Walk that aisle like the world champion!!! You show these jabronis who they are dealing with. You are an air Force One flying, limousine riding, Rolex wearing, kiss stealing wheeling and dealing son of a gun!!!

          Liked by 15 people

          • listingstarboard says:

            Does President Trump wear a Rolex?

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          • Lester Smith says:

            Dems peeing and moaning cover up, and cover up, right bull Szs. Look republicans need to ask why no Joe and his son dopey. Ask what do you have to hide what yua covering. Trump and the Republicans need to force feed what you dems with what you hiding and covering up. Repeat this and ram this message down the dems and msm throats don’t let up. Let’s see how they like their own medicine. I’ll tell you how they will spin and spin and spin if they want a war so be it. Show you are not cowards get a set. Trump got a set and he knows how to use it. Fight if you don’t want to be primaried aholes.

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      • bertdilbert says:

        Pelosi had to order fancy pen sets and have ceremony in lieu of actual substance for impeachment. Legal arguments look solid.

        Biggest constitutional right is the citizens right to elect a President for 4 year terms. The democrats have in their blindness, attacked the Peoples’ right to a President. While all these other rights that the President has were violated, the Peoples right to a President should be overriding all other arguments.

        We shall not be disenfranchised by power blind and vindictive democrats. This is the only argument needed IMO.

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        • Due Gonzalez says:

          ‘In a remarkable statement that seemed to cast doubt on American democracy, Donald J. Trump said Wednesday that he might not accept the results of next month’s election if he felt it was rigged …’ yeah so much for MSM, deep state, Hitlary remarks about not excepting the results of the 2016 election WHEN it was preordained, or so they thought, Hitlary would win. I pulled this dandy example of fake and biased news the Dems keep denying. What a bunch of crock this whole impeachment sham is. President Trump is accused of no crimes, but ‘serious allegations ‘ have come forth by those concerned about the President asking Ukraine to dig up dirt on his political competitor. Never mind he wasn’t a political competitor at the time the call was made. Never mind the transcripts prove otherwise and the non witness witnesses who weren’t actually present, had no proof only their feelings the President was not following THEIR policy positions. In their opinion the Presidents state of mind is in question and it is his responsibility to disprove their very, very serious allegations. And for good measure, they threw in the totally bogus second article of impeachment that because he was rightfully defending his executive privilege by seeking legal recourse and not responding to Congress subpoena, he was obstructing justice. Kavanagh playbook part two. These people are sick. Any one who believes this nonsense that these are serious allegations that need to be heard, is quite simply an evil Marxist. These same people started, perpetuated, and believed the Kavanagh witch hunt. Dangerous people that need to be shut down and brought to justice for THEIR crimes.

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        • Bill Durham says:

          Lawfare latest brilliant plan:

          In order to appeal to moderate Collins murkowdki and Gardner they:
          1 have a kangaroo court
          2 have the 2 most unlikable congressman as managers
          3 insult the turtle
          4 try to tell the Senate the rules of the game
          5 tell the Senate jury how to decide the case
          6 try to embarrass the turtle by holding up the articles.

          Is this how they win friends and influence people? The Republicans now have cover to acquit. Schiff is incompetent if he doesn’t have the gavel. They should have used a little 🍯 to make this work. Ain’t going to get 20 rinos now. Trump has this in the bag.

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        • Dee says:

          I see a new t-shirt in this… We Shall Not Be Disenfranchised Trump 2020

          Liked by 10 people

      • Issy says:

        Excellent Comparison

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    • swal106 says:

      Absolutely right. And the President should DEMAND that the Whistle Blower, the Biden’s, Vindman, Schiff and Nadler have to testify, under oath, with the Attorney General standing by with cuffs to take them into custody immediately.

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  2. Lion2017 says:

    Destroy them!

    Liked by 9 people

  3. principled says:

    It’s beginning to get ugly 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Leftnomore says:

    Of course Ms Collins will not be buffalord into a quick dismissal…she must hear “all the facts” before her esteemed opinion can be rendered. I’m more sick of the posturing Rs than the terminally-unserious Ds.

    Liked by 22 people

  5. Jimmy says:

    Save the planet from these so many pages of documents which no one will read or simply not required. The response should be one page:
    The impeachment process in congress denied all rights to the president. The articles are baseless and not impeachable. It is is not a court room. So lets us put it to vote and see who votes for or against it. Lets see what Rinos do.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Zachary Navarre says:

      Your first sentence got me thinking.
      I wonder what the total carbon footprint of the past three years of Mueller, Kavanaugh and Ukraine Call investigations has been. I normally don’t give a darn about that, but I have to wonder if the rabid leftist zealots who gleefully cheer every time they read a new negative headline about Trump have considered this.

      All those thousands upon thousands up thousands of pages of documents.
      All those government employees zooming around town to have their meetings and media interviews.
      All those MSM outfits zooming reporters all over the country to “get their scoop”.
      All those MSM outfits running their power guzzling studios and antenna devoted solely to promoting “orange man bad”.

      Maybe I’m wholly ignorant of this, but it sure seems like a lot of fossil fuels were burned to $@#% Trump after they $@#%ed Flynn.

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    • Sara c says:

      Jimmy, totally disagree with you. It is incumbent upon us to read, understand and proceed . Our President is entitled to a vigorous defense, we have many laws of which may address the matter at hand including the Constitution. Your comment is disgraceful and I seriously doubt your support our President.

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  6. Vince says:

    Senators, it is your responsibility to end this charade and let the president get back to work, so he can get busy earning another impeachment. One is nice, but if he leaves in 2024 without two or three, there are people who will think he wasn’t trying hard enough.

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    • dow40kby2024 says:

      That is a good way of looking at it…… Impeachment in this case shows he is working hard to drain the swamp.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Impeachment becomes a badge of honor. With teenagers, having them say, at SOME point “Oh, I HATE you!” just means your being a good parent.

        Perhaps they haven’t ‘cheapened or demeaned Impeachment, or DJT, but have ironically elevated BOTH?

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        • dbobway says:

          One year from today, Dutchman.
          President Donald J Trump will start his second term.
          Scorched earth!!

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          • Dutchman says:

            Yup, being a desert dweller, I LOVE the HEAT!

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            • dbobway says:

              I spent time in the desert, Most of child hood.
              The very reason, I have no fear of snakes.
              I do respect the damage they can do,
              But if you don’t rile em’ up.
              They’ll pretty much let you be.
              Off course, I ignored that advice.
              Still do.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Depends on the snake. What you post is true of MOST rattlers; give them an escape route, and they’ll take it.

                However, in the area where I currently reside, we have the “Mohave Green”; known as the most aggressive of rattlers, and said to attack, ignoring a obviously available escape route.
                Best snake is a dead one. Especially the infamous “DC Swampdweller, more viscious and heartless than the worst rattler.

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                • dbobway says:

                  “Best snake is a dead one.”
                  That would be my Wife’s feelings about snakes.
                  Snakes get a bad rap, probably because they’re the first animal mention in the Bible, and he was up to no good.
                  I’ve worked outside all my life, and snakes are every where. I’m Southern born and reside their today. I have to go with the water moccasin.
                  Moccasin’s are an answer to a redneck trivia question.
                  Why do you need a fire arm to go fishin’?

                  This morning, the President had a presser,
                  and the impeachment snakes were out.
                  He was asked why he put Ken Starr on his defense team, after saying bad things about Starr in the past.
                  “Yes I said some bad things about Starr, because, I disagreed with the Clinton impeachment.”
                  The press are snakes that like to bite themselves in the ass, every time they open their mouth.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  They try to outwit him, and trap him with their loaded, gotcha questions, but in a battle of wits with DJT, the press corps are hopelessly low in ammunition.

                  And they never were taught that THEY are NOT the story.

                  He handles them so effortlessly, truly the Master.

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                • dbobway says:

                  “And they never were taught that THEY are NOT the story.”
                  Something money can’t buy.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  In fact, it seems like they were taught the opposite “ALWAYS make yourself the story.”

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                • dbobway says:

                  Little Georgie is the accumulation of all the annoying little ‘turds’, I’ve met in my life.
                  In General I’m a tolerant soul,
                  My lovely wife wakes every morning to start here day toward the corporate world she loves. For 25 years, she wakes up, turns on the local news to get local weather and traffic on ABC. Then comes 7am. “Good Morning America”. If I hear his voice, I immediately leave our bedroom, or scream if I hear Georgie from another room. It took my wife 5 years to turn the channel away from the pain I get from that voice.
                  I still have true Love.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Yeah, beyond just him, there is a snear and snark in ALL their voices, that grates on my nerves as you describe.

                  I half jokingly used to say I had a piece of plexiglas in front of my tv, cause of all the times I threw things at it.

                  Then, moved out of the city, and disconnected. Still have TV, with DVD player and VCR.

                  Have library of 200+ movies and TV shows. NO network tv, except segments I see posted on CTH.

                  In conversations with others, I am invariably MORE,informed than they, about current events.

                  So, what exactly am I ‘missing’, by tuning out msm, other than misinformation propoganda?

                  Damn if I know!

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                • dbobway says:

                  There is nothing like the ‘peace’ of quiet, Dutchman.
                  We used to have nerf shaped bricks to throw at the TV when Howard Cosell was on Monday night football.
                  He hated my Broncos.
                  Communism and Fascism always killed the victims in society first.
                  They would be the easiest.
                  The elitists don’t want smart people around, unless they’re are family or friends.
                  There isn’t a ‘newsreader’ on that, need or want , list.
                  Journalists are no longer needed ,
                  When the red sickle obtains power.
                  Ask Vladimir.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Yes, and they don’t like agitators, either. AOC, the antifa and BLM, would be the first purged, once they were no longer needed. Along with the msm, and most of those most militantly clamoring for this “democrat socialism” crap.
                  Its the USEFUL, in “useful idiots”. Once your no longer useful, you enter the human organ donor “bank”.

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                • dbobway says:

                  Soylent Green and Waterworld,
                  Were Hollywood’s warnings.
                  It’s funny how Hollywood plants an alpha male in these frightening scenarios, to save the day.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Yeah, the hypocrisy in Horneywood is YUGE.

                  And the indoctrination and propoganda is insidious, and pervasive.

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    • SOCRATES says:

      It would also be great to see the House and the Senate to get back to work.

      Liked by 6 people

    • There won’t be any more impeachments – the Democrats won’t be in the majority in 2021.

      Liked by 16 people

      • fragemall says:

        Call for a vote to dismiss the first thing. Get the rinos on the record and then we’ll vote them out of office

        Liked by 7 people

        • Toenail says:

          I agree put their feet in the fire. If the republicans were not cowards and liars they would hold a vote to dismiss on the basis that there was no crime identified.

          Liked by 5 people

      • Roddy Pine says:

        I disagree – When we get the majority we need to impeach Pelosi and company

        Liked by 1 person

      • TarsTarkas says:

        Shampeachment 2.0 is already teed up. Democrats just have to figure out what the non-crime is before they launch it.
        I still think this shampeachment was launched too early due to the Ukraine call. Something in that call terrified the Swamp. I don’t think it was Biden, that was just the excuse for the launch.

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        • beach lover says:

          You are spot on about “something in that call”. Remember how they said the WB called it “terrifying”? Now, just think about that a bit.

          They’ve known about Biden for years… I don’t think they give 2 Schiffs about Hunter Biden… but there were many many wrongs going on in Ukraine that would get exposed… and Rudy is discovering them.

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        • 94corvette says:

          Maybe it was that President Trump said “Crowdstrike”. If the contents of the DNC server are there in the Ukraine and they are revealed, it’s gonna be ugly.

          Liked by 6 people

          • 1stgoblyn says:

            Yep…the Dims have not mentioned ‘Crowdstrike’ afaik. At least I’ve not heard them mention it. They have fastidiously avoided that portion of the transcript.

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      • Issy says:

        The People have got to make it so.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      Vince-that is a very witty comment!

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      Proposal just released. 12 hour days, 4 days starting Wednesday and continuing Saturday. Oh yeah and it’s 1pm to 1am because Chief justice Roberts can’t make it until after lunch because he has to be at the supreme court. I guess it would be too much to expect them to suspend their session for a week:-0

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  7. There must be repercussions, and one way or another I believe there will be… no matter “when” they occur.

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    • R-Speaker of the House needs to use whatever powers he has in 2021 to remove all the coconspirators from all committees… for life if possible. Not sure what that is called, but I think it happened to the Menedez guy.

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    • americancyclop says:

      There is a lot more going on that we will ever know about, or maybe a book later. There is a HUGE battle that myself and many others will not see or be part of in the natural. There are battles going on in every Continent in the world. For in the US, go to https://qmap.pub/cases and look at the number of Sealed and un-sealed cases. Drag your mouse over the map and see the cases in each state. Something Big is going on. Now go to https://qmap.pub/ and in the search bar type “these people are stupid” and search. It is fun to see the results. Take some time and navigate through this site. Have fun. Where We Go One-eyed We go All!

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  8. Skippy says:

    “If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn’t thinking.” George S. Patton

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  9. cbjoasurf says:

    The smartest thing the Senate & House could do at this point is “DISMISS” this SHAM IMPEACHMENT before President Trumps attorney’s get started in the necessary indictments & justifying the arrest of EVERYONE INVOLVED in the House of Representatives for :
    >>> 18 U.S. Code § 2384 – Seditious Conspiracy.<<

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    • ZurichMike says:

      This is the unspoken 800 gorilla in the room. This is why the Dems and NeverTrumpers are flinging EVERYTHING they can to get rid of Trump and distract voters. Trump does not look worried one iota. I am taking my cue from him.

      Oh, and he’s in Switzerland starting tomorrow! Yippeeee!

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    • Dutchman says:

      No, you can NOT charge any of the coupists, small group or large, with Sedition, Conspiracy to commit Sedition, or Treason.

      I have posted numerous comments explaining WHY you can not apply these charges to the coupists.

      Sorry, but it gets old. If I were on a computer, I would write a saved document that I could c/p, every time, but I’m just on a stupid “smart” phone, operated by a trogdolite.

      There ARE charges that COULD be leveled; Conspiracy to commit perjury, Obstruction of Justice, Misprison of Felony, and more.

      Just not Sedition or “Seditious Conspiracy” without FORCE. And Force is defined by Sedition Statute, which (going from memory) says “Assasination, murder or insurrection”, I believre it is. Violent acts, or ADVOCATING violent acts, is a key element of the crime.
      Remove that from the Statute, and eberything else described is protected by the,Bill of Rights.
      Verbally or in writing openly advocating the overthrow of the Government is legal, freedom of Speech.
      Freedom of Assembly means you can communicate, or meet with, others of similar mind.
      BUT, if you advocate using VIOLENCE to overthrow the Government, THAT is Sedition.
      So no,…NOT Sedition, as ConLaw 101 would teach you.

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      • But wasn’t it the Deep State ultimate goal to arrest and/or remove PDJT from office prior to the 2020 election? Removal from office is backed by force, if necessary at the point of guns. When the coup is organized by people in the FIB, DOJ, etc., they don’t need to threaten violence. They ARE violence – a monopoly on legalized violence.

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        • Dutchman says:

          No, sorry.
          You are doing Lawfare; trying to find meaning in the Statute or the evidence that is not there.

          You can NOT say that something which istintegral to the crime (violence) is implied.

          When Nixon was removed from office, there,was no violence.
          Attempting to Impeach does not imply, certainly not call for violence to remove a duly elected POTUS.

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          • But what do you call it when one branch or faction of a government decides it will arrest another branch or faction of government in order to take full control of the government?

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            • Dutchman says:

              Oh, for,…petes sake! I am just starting to read the 170 page DJT lawyers brief, on scrib,…on my phone.

              Praytell WHAT branch of faction has arrested another?
              INDIVIDUALS, Manafort, Cohen, Papa-D, Stone, etc. have been arrested.
              No one has arrested PDJT, and dragged him out in cuffs.

              In fact, ALMOST all the exposed perps have resigned, been fired, demoted etc.

              You can’t charge Sedition, Accept it, let it go and move on.

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              • I didn’t claim that’s what happened. I am trying to establish definitions. You claimed, as a matter of principle, that sedition/treason must involve violence. I am trying to establish that, when a coup is initiated by government agents, including members of law enforcement, intelligence/secret police/etc., no overt threat of violence is necessary, i.e., it’s not an insurrection, but still a coup.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Actually, I should clarify; Treason doesn’t require violence, it requires an enemy. An enemy the Congress has declared war on, per the Constitution, which hasn’t occurred since 1948(?).
                  “Aid and confort to the ENEMY” Well, WHAT “enemy”.
                  Legal scholars argue has to be a DECLARED enemy.
                  THATS why Hanoi Jane Fonda couldn’t be charged with TREASON, for posing for photos on a N Viet Cong anti-aircraft gun, etc.

                  She was certainly giving aid and comfort, and propoganda support,…
                  And our pilots getting shot down by those anti-aircraft guns would certainly consider the,Viet Cong as “the enemy”, but it wasn’t a declared war with a defined enemy, so she continued to make movies, instead of goung to Leavenworth, or dancing the hemp fandango.

                  And no, you can’t combine creative writing with constitutional law, and come up with an attempt to impeach a POTUS is “Sedition” because it IMPLIES force or violence.

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                • Dutchman, I think you’re neglecting an aspect of seditious conspiracies (coup) dealing with government-on-government conspiracies, which we can acknowledge is too complex for us to hash out in blog comments, without insulting each other with accusations of creative writing or lawfare. The illegal surveillance against candidate Trump and subsequently PDJT – among other shenanigans – started long George impeachment was even in the picture.

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          • steph_gray says:

            Nixon was not removed. He resigned voluntarily.

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      • Zy says:

        The FORCE or violence is words. Words can be violence according to current liberal standards. Therefore, sedition is applicable.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Oh, for kripes sake! If you actually BELIEVE that, go back to your ‘safe space’ and hug a puppy.
          This is getting as rediculous as the dems arguments for impeachment, and as tiring.
          I’m out.

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  10. TradeBait says:

    Do your duty GOP – do it right. We the People will take care of the rest.

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  11. California Joe says:

    Biden, while Vice President, shakes down Ukraine for $80,000 a month and China for $1.5 billion using his son as the bagman and selling out America in the process, but President Trump is the criminal for looking into Biden’s corruption according to the Democrats and news media. Incredible!

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  12. ZurichMike says:

    Yikes! That is a very detailed and legally well supported response. The Dems will rebut this with “Orange Man Bad” and then fist bump each other on TV.

    Liked by 15 people

    • vikingmom says:

      And the MSM will replay the fist bump in a never ending loop and totally ignore the legal issues presented in the President’s response…and then bemoan the fact that none of the “Deplorables” trust them!

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      • Dutchman says:

        Its not clear to me, how much of the ‘trial’ will be televised.

        Has the Senate made it clear, how much of the Opening arguments, and questions from Senators, will be televised?

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        • beach lover says:

          I had assumed it was all going to be on TV. The best part is Schumer has to sit at his desk and can’t talk.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Oh, NONE of the Senators can talk. If they are on TV, and can’t TALK, that will be TORTURE for them! Makes me want to see this trialed ‘dragged out’, as long as possible, LOL!

            Should they be sequestered? Since they are,a,JURY, no statements to the press, during the trial?

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            • beach lover says:

              Would be interesting.. but think that may be too much to expect. Now that they have the GOP members on the team.. I think they will be all over the TV in the AM each day.

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        • “….how much of the trial will be televised (?)”….. I believe the MSM will over do it, at first. After quickly realizing ‘instant surveys’ show not that many viewers are watching…they will switch back to a more ‘regular schedule’ America demands. Nadler and Nancy took too much time and viewers have been yawning for weeks. I believe we will end up with quick summations during news breaks. America is bored with ‘Investigative Hearings, etc’.

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          • Jenevive says:

            Of course it will be televised then the news pundits will have
            to recap, then they talk with their special impeachment panel
            to get their take on how bad it is for POTUS..

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        • Issy says:

          I’m guessing all of it taking place in the senate chamber will be. They may or may not have witnesses (if any) appear in the chamber. They could be deposed in private by the attorneys.

          Personally, I would like to see the smug, pompous Vindman again and hear him say he was the Ukraine expert and bemoan the fact PDJT wasn’t following his talking points and policies.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      But for the Loony Left, “Orange Man Bad” does not seem to be persuasive for the vast majority of Americans. In fact, I think it is turning off many who were on the fence but have now gotten sick of Democrat/Rino bullchit.

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      • Dutchman says:

        mikeyboo;
        There are also those who, even though they don’t 100% support PDJT or his policies, simply sense the Injustice, the unfairness of it.

        They don’t get the fact he is being attacked for his policies, to them he is being attacked because “THEY don’t “like” him!”

        Its the advantage of the underdog, and our human nature to see unfairness, and to root for the victim of unfairness to prevail.

        Such deep, unconscious emotions should not be underestimated, and the Dems have.

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    • amwick says:

      Sometimes I think you must be a lawyer, or something.. 🤔😀

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  13. table of contents section 1 b1 page 37-41 this is what SD has said and says all they need to know.without the authority this impeachment is worthless.

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  14. Jan says:

    The Senate can set the standard for baseless impeachment claims. While it would be great that they not even hear opening arguments, it would be better yet to completely exonerate & acquit the President after opening arguments & not hear ANY witnesses.

    IMHAO, if Republican Senators do not side with the President, the Republicans will lose the Senate & Democrats will keep the House. We will then end up with a Democrat in the WH because even if Pres. Trump gets re-elected, a Democrat-run Congress will impeach him.

    I see too many on the blogs so disgusted with our RINOs that they are voicing voting for Dimms or not voting at all, which is a vote for Dimms.

    AND once again, the RNC is not doing enough where Republicans are not running for re-election. The RNC has abandoned Colorado, especially Sen. Gardner. (Who is not a great conservative but stll keeps the R behind his name)

    It is very clear that the Dimms new mode of operation is impeach until they control all forms of government. The Senate has the chance to block this mode, if only our feckless Republicans will stand up & do their job and defend the Constitution and the presidency.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      “IMHAO, if Republican Senators do not side with the President, the Republicans will lose the Senate & Democrats will keep the House. We will then end up with a Democrat in the WH because even if Pres. Trump gets re-elected, a Democrat-run Congress will impeach him.”

      True. If Trump is found guilty, the country collapses and descends into chaos and lawlessness.. Your way is as plausible as any other.

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    • Lanna says:

      The RNC abandoned Coffman (also not a great conservative) in my CO district in 2018 and we wound up with Jason (Straight Outta Madison) Crow as our representative, now an impeachment manager.

      Carpetbagger, came to CO to attend DU law school, stayed and joined a big Denver law firm and represented white collar criminals. Declared his candidacy against Coffman while not even living in the district.

      I think he’s a product of the Soros machine, total rubber stamp gun-grabbing dem.

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    • tav144 says:

      “We will then end up with a Democrat in the WH because even if Pres. Trump gets re-elected, a Democrat-run Congress will impeach him.”

      Yes.
      And then they will impeach Kavanaugh. And Gorsuch. And say the reason is because an illegitimately elected presidential appointment should also be removed.

      They have crossed the Rubicon. They are going full boar and not turning back. If they get both houses of Congress and impeach and remove the president, they will turn their focus on the Supreme Court. I hope the justices are aware of this.

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    • vladdy says:

      “…so disgusted with our RINOs that they are voicing voting for dims?” Seriously? Have they thought that through?

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  15. WRB says:

    My first thought is none of the dem Senators will read 171 pages.

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  16. California Joe says:

    Pelosi and the House of Representatives are bound by the Constitution just like the President and the Judiciary are bound. The requirements of the Constitution apply to any impeachment process so this hoax should be dismissed on Day One!

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  17. Ausonius says:

    Concerning dismissal and unconstitutionality, I wrote this for another topic today:

    Hugh Hewitt reported on Meet the Press yesterday that “Material allegation #73 on p. 25 of the second submission directly contradicts an earlier allegation in the impeachment articles on how the president was trying to influence the 2020 election through the Ukraine.

    Such a contradiction (and apparently others) in his opinion will invalidate any need for witnesses and should lead to a simple dismissal.

    i.e. The Articles of Impeachment are such a vague, badly written, badly thought-out, and self-contradictory mess that no one – and especially the highest judge and lawyers in the land – can take it seriously.

    We do not expect DEMS to act rationally here, since the whole affair with its overflowing lies, fantasies, twistedness, and exaggerations smack of the mental illness now known Trump Derangement Syndrome.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      When Pelosi said that Trump was now impeached forever, and she and others threatened to impeach him several more times, I think she gave it away that she has no real expectation of this going any further than it has. She has secured her base and can now probably avoid being strung up on a lamppost by them.

      Liked by 4 people

      • mikeyboo says:

        Maybe, IGiveUp–but not by us.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Dutchman says:

        Actually, as a ‘party elder’ and Superdelegate, I expect she will be at the Convention im Milwaukee, so I wouldn’t give her great odds of NOT dancing the hemp fandango, the sisal two step, soon at the hands of the Dem socialists, when Biden gets the nomination.

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      • Issy says:

        Oh yes, I saw that clip of the prayerful, distraught Nancie on the Jon Stewart Show. She was so overcome with the solemnity of impeachment they had a victory fistbump. If that wasn’t enough, the smirk she gave when she said, ” he will be impeached forever” was evil personified.

        I have disliked many people in politics, but I have never hated them. I can only hope her tyrannical reign is over before I do.

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    • Ausonius says:

      Drat! The Hewitt quotation above ends with “submission.”

      Can we have a better and clearer font for the writing boxes? My 70-year old eyes were sure that the above contained proper quotation marks, and the word “as” before “Trump.” 🙂

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    • bessie2003 says:

      They should vote to dismiss. Page 40 brings up an excellent reason for the President’s lawyers to call both Biden’s as witnesses as that page speaks of one of the reasons for bribery in articles of impeachment was to ensure that the President or Executive Branch (‘cough, cough’ vice president) would not be open to taking bribes to benefit a foreign nation, which is what it looks like may be a good description of Biden family business if it’s true there are more members of his family who have benefited financially from foreign monies; not to mention the whole Clinton foundation pay to play schemes. If Dems were smart they would vote to dismiss first thing.

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      • Ausonius says:

        Amen! I have written that President Trump’s second term – to avoid the charge of political retribution in this election cycle – will be the time when Justice nabs Hunter Biden and many others, e.g Strzok, Comey, etc.

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  18. Randolph Scott says:

    It will be 2036 before the democrats will finish reading this memo. I would be they will never be able to comprehend it.

    Liked by 4 people

  19. babrightlight says:

    An alternative view:

    Instead of a short & sweet trial with an acquittal, why not drag it out for months and in doing so, bring the actions of the Deep State to light? It’s the Perry Mason method of not just getting your client found Not Guilty, but discovering and proving the guilty party. The trial has everyone’s attention. It bypasses the corrupt and self-preservation actions of FBI Director Wray who will not prosecute anyone within the FBI. It by-passes all the Deep State DOJ officials who cover for one another and its publicity will virtually force AG Barr to prosecute those who are “discovered” guilty of crimes against the nation. Who cares if Bolton and others testify? If by letting them testify, we can get the Bidens, Schiff, Brennan, Comey and others to testify–we can bring this whole mess to light in front of the nation. We can bring to light..dare I say it….Truth.

    Others have commented to let Congress get back to work but what does that mean? The House won’t do anything useful this year. The two trade deals–China & USMCA have been passed. The only downside is the slow down of approving conservative judges and Cocaine Mitch can set up the rules for trial to be 4 days a week and 1 day to do other work. It’s bold, it’s risky, & perhaps too many Republican Senators would not approve because they might be discovered with their fingers in the pie, but we cry out for justice…maybe Trump declasses everything, then present the whole mess in this impeachment trial and bring all the corruption to light? It may be our best chance for justice.

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    • MVW says:

      Who will pay attention? Media will spin it and that is what most will know.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Doppler says:

      I agree, babrightlight, and believe this has been President Trump’s plan from the outset.

      171 pages is a lot to ask anyone to read. I looked over the table of contents and focused on, and read pp 98 thru 107, attacking the “false premise” that the only basis for Trump’s interest in investigating Biden-Burisma is to damage Biden in the 2020 election, to Trump’s personal political event. Here we finally get an outline and summary, with citations, for the Atomic Hammer of Truth to fall on the corrupt Deep State, Ukraine Bureau. Pendency of Durham’s criminal investigation of the origins of 2016 foreign meddling hoax-a-rama is also described as itself a basis for the request for cooperation.

      While this seems tangential in such a long brief, especially with the Dems’ and MSM’s daily recitation of the false premise, it does set the stage for what could be great theater, televised before the nation, and as Bannon has been pointing, before a big global audience, many of whom are just as put off by the elite-State globalists ripping off their populations as we are.

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      • teabag14 says:

        Agree, Doppler. A very public, documented, & undeniable way to drain the swamp if it is ever to be drained. The corruption is so deep, wide, & far-reaching I can’t imagine it being possible without some major, major upheaval. Maybe the US marshals could do a few arrests during the State of the Union?

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    • babrightlight, you could be spot on and it could be the very reason our ESG President is demanding an outright dismissal of the imCOUPment process in the sinate.

      He knows they love to disobey/dismiss any and everything he wants…

      Yep.

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  20. wodiej says:

    This morning I came across the “Trump Can’t Win” video showing liberals all saying he couldn’t win. Then clips of polls coming in and him winning. These people totally embarrassed themselves nationwide, and in some cases, worldwide. A normal person will admit they are wrong. A narcissist will not….ever. They will boldly, and unabashedly lie in order to make it look like they are the victim.

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  21. bkrg2 says:

    Here is my suggestion to save 169 pages of trees….

    Dear Swamp Rats,
    Fu*ck you.
    Stronger letter to follow.
    Your President, DJT

    Liked by 7 people

    • willthesuevi says:

      I had a business associate have his lawyer draft the exact body of that letter and sent it to another business guy with which he was having a dispute.

      Many, many years ago but still funny today.

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      • bkrg2 says:

        Hilarious!
        I got that story from a friend who was in commercial real estate back in the 80s and 90s.
        Maybe you are him???!! 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

        • willthesuevi says:

          It was pretty funny when it happened.

          Not me. I think this went around quite a bit back then. Much different time. Now someone would sue over hurt feelings.

          This took place in the 90’s in Houston. Squabble between Oil Men.

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  22. mazziflol says:

    MSM steps in to dilute President’s breif

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    • Zachary Navarre says:

      Jessican Levinson opens her mouth and removes all doubt.
      A fool and a partisan hack through and through.

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      • Ellis says:

        I feel sorry for Loyola Law School students. Way to have a professor go on tv and devalue your degree. She cannot be any more uneducated on the founders’ intentions than she is in this video. It’s really a bit shocking that she teaches law!

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      • It’s amazing to hear these people say such drivel while pretending only “THEY” know what the Founders intended, and how today’s codes are to be considered based on “THEIR” interpretations of the Founders “intentions” blah blah blah…

        But, it’s understandable because they are insane.

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  23. aProvider says:

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  24. ALLAN CRAIN says:

    It is a very good thing that the House has been tied up with faux impeachment. Otherwise we would have $20/hour minimum wage, welfare increases, free stuff for everyone, gun legislation, increase funding for Planned Parenthood (enabling PP to give 10-15% of it back as campaign contributions to their benefactors.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Don’t blink because those are coming before August 2020, in time for the Republican Convention and to be added to the Democrat Platform as part of the Presidential and Congressional election goals. The House can lay these and other SJW dog whistles at McConnell’s door step in the blink of an eye.

      The fuax impeachment hearings in the House are already masking similar legislation that is already on McConnell’s desk and not yet covered by the MSM.

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    • Dutchman says:

      And, the House has been so focused on Impeachment, and the Senate has been so focused on NOT focusing on investigating Russiagate, that neither has had much attention to expend on blocking PDJT’s agenda!

      Confirmations,…yes. And a slow down and earlier attempts aimed at the Wall.
      Courts have consistently, eventually ruled in PDJT’s favor.

      PDJT has continued to knock home runs out of the park, while his opponents chase white rabbits down holes.

      On everything from Trade to strengthening religious liberty, to the economy, foreign relations, Natl. Defence, promises kept.
      And, DISCREDITING all his opponents, proving them to be the liars, and just plain WRONG on policy.

      Sure sounds like,winning, to me.

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  25. All Too Much says:

    Great line –

    ‘Defending the Separation of Powers Is Not an Impeachable ‘Offense.’

    Liked by 9 people

  26. ChampagneReady says:

    Dumbocrats, have you ever heard the phrase “hoisted on your own petard?” Know what it means?

    You’ll know after this impeachment trial lolol. So will Pelosi. And this may be a record case of it.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. thedoc00 says:

    The only thing missing was Appendix E: The video clip of the “Constitutional Expert” invited to the Nadler Constitutional Panel by the Democrats who said the democrats were attempting to impeach the president for exercising his constitutional allocated duties and rights.

    Liked by 1 person

    • thedoc00 says:

      A paragraph in the Executive Summary and Section IV. (C) Missing Evidence: The Democrats purposely refuse to release exculpatory evidence they gathered as part of their hearing process to prepare these Articles of Impeachment and that should have been delivered with the Article of Impeachment and made available even prior to the House Impeachment vote to members of House.

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  28. Mike in a Truck says:

    PSA: Attention all leftist butt wipes. PDJT is still your President. And will be for the next 9 years. Thank You. This public service announcement was brought to you by the Committe for President Trump will be your President for the next 9 years. Sin Loi

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  29. clulessgrandpa says:

    Why didn’t they bring up the treaty with Ukraine from 1998 that was signed by Sanders and Biden?

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Agreed, the treaty should have been referenced, discussed and provided as an Appendix to the brief. The President was obligated to ask constitutionally and by treaty ratified by congress. So, not only are there crimes but the House s attempting to impeach the president for doing his sworn duty.

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    • susanphd says:

      They clearly referenced the treaty. I read a paragraph about it.

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  30. Bromdale says:

    On the basis of everything I’ve read and heard so far, I would respectfully suggest that the authors of the Trial Memorandum owe a significant debt to Congressman Jim Jordan for summarising the arguments against the allegations in the articles so succinctly. What’s especially nice about this document is the way it repeatedly adduces witness testimony from the so-called “inquiry” to demolish the inquiry’s conclusions.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Yep, I was relieved by the answer to my question regarding the role being played by the House Republican Lions who shredded democrat witnesses at every hearing. There were being consulted, debriefed and part of the defense team preparations.

      Schiff is going to eat his words about evidence because the House Republicans no doubt have briefed the President’s legal team on all the materials gathered by the House Committees during their impeachment inquiries and being withheld by Schiff.

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  31. All Too Much says:

    Did Sundance help write this brief?
    Just kidding, but there are several sections in the brief which read as if they were taken from the pages of CTH.
    No surprise there, I suppose.

    Liked by 3 people

  32. This brief is a rather delightful and extremely thorough de-construction of “Lawfare, Inc. tactics” and their continuous use of “truth-slicing” to get to their point. But on p.83 we get this delicious summary of at least one reason why the Democrats and the Deep State are so mad at this President:

    As these examples show, President Trump raised corruption issues with
    President Zelenskyy. House Democrats’ claim that he did not address corruption because the
    incidents he raised were “not part of any official briefing materials or talking points” is
    nonsense. President Trump spoke extemporaneously and used specific examples rather than
    following boilerplate talking points proposed by the NSC. That is the President’s prerogative.
    He is not bound to raise his concerns with a foreign leader in the terms a staffer placed on a briefing
    card.

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  33. rickyoku2015 says:

    Thanks for the PDF file keep us posted 👍[?]

    Ricky O. Weber, Independent Professional Landman (over 30 years) Member AAPL Weber Oil & Gas LLC 1728 Hazelwood Drive Norman, Oklahoma 73071-1942 Email: Rickyoku@gmail.com EFFECTIVE: 7-5-2017 RETIRED

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  34. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    Comprehensive, even including a reference to bills of attainder on page 35/171 – page 29 of the actual document (out of deference to Mike Robinson???:))

    Liked by 5 people

    • GB Bari says:

      HEY MIKEY! THEY LIKED IT!

      😃😃😃

      Liked by 1 person

    • No, I don’t think they did it for my sake …😜 … and I happen to think that it’s very clever how they introduced the concept into their document. Instead of directly introducing the idea themselves, they introduce a reference to a previous official document published by the House (93-1305), in which the same issue was raised during the Nixon impeachment — obviously a vastly stronger way to present the issue. Another person at another time is captured saying what is obvious: that things like this “are contrary to the American spirit of justice.”

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  35. Madeline Huffnagle says:

    I would like to see the Senate end this in a week. Letting it go on will not gain anything for the President, Letting it go on will just give the Democrats opportunities to repeat the lies they have put out there for months and months. It needs to be shut down.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Coast says:

      After thumbing through this 170 page report, and reading a few sections I totally agree.
      It was nice that Pelosi held off on the Articles so this this full story could be pulled together….lol.

      Liked by 1 person

    • beach lover says:

      Kavanaugh hearing always lingers in the back of my mind. These Lawfare scoundrels don’t give up easily, They actually enjoy it like a bloodsport.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Issy says:

        If they are allowed witnesses, you can bet there will be surprises. But on the not so bright side, it would allow Susan to moralize and reach another momentous decision in a soul rending press conference.

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  36. paintbrushsage says:

    Yup.

    from page 88 & 89

    Against all of that unequivocal testimony, House Democrats base their case entirely on witnesses who offer nothing but speculation. Worse, it is speculation that traces back to one source: Sondland.

    In his public testimony alone, Sondland used variations of “presume,” “assume,” “guess,” or “speculate” over thirty times. When asked if he had any “testimony [] that ties President Trump to a scheme to withhold aid from Ukraine in exchange for these investigations,” he stated that he has nothing “[o]ther than [his] own presumption,” and he conceded that “[n]o one on this planet told [him] that Donald Trump was tying aid to investigations.”622 House Democrats’ assertion that “President Trump made it clear to Ambassador Sondland—who conveyed this message to Ambassador Taylor—that everything was dependent on such an announcement [of investigations],” simply misrepresents the testimony.623

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  37. All Too Much says:

    This is nice

    I”t would have been entirely proper for the President to ask President Zelenskyy to find out about any role that Ukraine played in the 2016 presidential election. Uncovering potential foreign interference in U.S. elections is always a legitimate goal. Similarly, it also would have been proper to ask about an incident in which Vice President Biden actually leveraged the threat of withholding one billion dollars in U.S. loan guarantees to secure the dismissal of a Ukrainian prosecutor who was reportedly investigating Burisma—at a time when his son, Hunter, was earning vast sums for sitting on Burisma’s board.”

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  38. Mark Wilson says:

    Ristvan, Your insights are truly missed on these legal maneuvers. I hope you come back my friend..

    Liked by 5 people

    • lizajmoon says:

      Ristvan knows this document only need be read and absorbed, no explanations needed.

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    • Liberty Forge says:

      Yes, where has he gone?

      He surely is missed!!

      I hope he’s okay, and I also hope no one here offended him.

      Please come back. We do need your input & your well-reasoned wisdom.

      Liked by 3 people

    • david mitchell says:

      hope all is well with Clan Ristvan…

      Liked by 3 people

      • Sara c says:

        I literally scroll at times looking for a Ristvan comment or analysis. Come back sir, please

        Liked by 1 person

      • gda53 says:

        I think that a certain specific critical reply from Sundance to ristvan may have decided the latter to take a break from commenting. I’ve only seen perhaps one comment from him since that time, and it was very shortly after that exchange.

        Perhaps I’m being over-dramatic since I cannot be certain that there have being NO further comments from ristvan since that time, because I admit that I have not read ALL (just most) of the comments on ALL of the threads since then. But I think I would have noticed…..

        Hope I’m wrong, because I for one valued his contributions here hugely. As I recall, the point of contention did not fall within a legal area.

        Another reason I can think of would be further medical problems with his significant other(?). Hopefully, that is not the reason.

        Finally, he may decided to hold his fire until the indictments start pouring out 😉

        Either way, we miss him.

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  39. All Too Much says:

    “Nevertheless, Hunter Biden was paid more than board members at energy giants like ConocoPhillips”

    Great stuff.

    Liked by 3 people

    • snosandy says:

      My husband is involved in setting up and answering to the Board of Director’s in the international company he works for, and neither he nor do the board members get paid for being part of the BOD.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Sara c says:

        Perhaps it is time to inquire about board meeting minutes that authorize big bucks for Board participation with respect to public entities.

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  40. Bob Lynch says:

    Finally, there are adults in the room.

    Liked by 6 people

  41. Bryan says:

    The last paragraph before the appendices is pure political genius:

    The Senate has also rejected unconstitutionally duplicitous articles of impeachment against judges. In the impeachment of Judge Nixon, for example, Senator Frank Murkowski rejected the “the omnibus nature of article III,” which charged the judge with making multiple different false statements, and he “agree[d] with the argument that the article could easily be used to convict Judge Nixon by less than the super majority vote required by the Constitution.”
    782
    Senator Herbert Kohl explained why this defect was fatal: “The House is telling us that it’s OK to convict Judge Nixon on [the article] even if we have different visions of what he did wrong. But that’s not fair to Judge Nixon, to the Senate, or to the American people.

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  42. Coast says:

    From what I can see…Well Done! Stick a fork in this impeachment fraud.

    Liked by 3 people

  43. Zydeco says:

    The trial needs to be dismissed due to defective articles of impeachment. This is the best thing for the Republic and for future presidents. A trial might benefit POTUS but is not a good precedent for future events.

    Liked by 3 people

  44. pucecatt says:

    It just occurred to me that the Dems have yet again pulled a stunt while our President is on the world stage , it was all about timing .. they do this every friggin time . They announced impeachment just as President Trump was getting ready to sit down with world leaders , prior to that they pulled a stunt while President Trump was speaking in Texas while PM Modi was here . The list goes on and on , these Dems are sick sick people ..

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    • susanphd says:

      they pulled a stunt when he was in Singapore meeting with N. Korea. The michael cohen testimony! I see a pattern!!! They want to sabotage his foreign policy efforts at every turn.

      Liked by 1 person

    • steph_gray says:

      It’s actually ironic WHY they have so many opportunities to pull this sort of nasty timing.

      Could it be (partly) because this President is working so hard and meeting with so many foreign leaders, signing off on so many major accomplishments, visiting so many important places… the coup cabal might find it harder to identify a day when he isn’t doing such spectacular things for America?

      Wait.

      Naaaaaaahhhhhh. 😹

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  45. Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

    QUESTION: How do you stop this illegal impeachment cold?
    ANSWER: Open aka Obama’s sealed background documentation.

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  46. Due Gonzalez says:

    Impeachment Managers response to Presidents legal team response:”President Trump maintains that the Senate cannot remove him even if the House proves every claim in the Articles of impeachment,” the managers write. “That is a chilling assertion. It is also dead wrong. TheFramers deliberately drafted a Constitution that allows the Senate to remove Presidents who, likePresident Trump, abuse their power to cheat in elections, betray our national security, and ignore checks and balances.” Umm, wasn’t it the previous administration who is guilty of this very abuse ? Spying on a political campaign? Some of these ‘impeachment managers’ are actually guilty of what they purport in their response. They need to be taken to task for their dangerous ongoing impeachment sham. They are brazenly flaunting their ability to use any and all means necessary to remove this President. Furthermore, there is nothing chilling about the legal team response. It is a just, factual, ethical and appropriate response. What is chilling is Nancy’s recent assertion that ‘one way or another President Trump will not be elected in 2020’ and Mad Max’s recent statement that impeachment’s against this President will continue’. Chilling indeed.

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    • steph_gray says:

      I don’t find any of that nonsense chilling.

      I find it reminds me of the desperate last-minute attempts of a drowning individual to take someone down with him.

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  47. Sammy Hains says:

    The Democrats’ Two Articles of Impeachment:

    President Donald J. Trump is hereby impeached on the grounds that he
    I) is a Republican, and
    II) is not a Democrat

    Signed,
    The Democrats

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  48. Bogeyfree says:

    If the two allegations against PT, Abuse of Power & Obstruction of Congress, are not even a crime in any legal statue, how can they be considered high crimes and misdemeanors as specified in the Constitution?

    If the Senators allow this farce to go forward there is not a President who can not and will not be impeached if the opposing party is in power in Congress.

    It’s almost like charging the President with Jaywalking within the WH grounds.

    An absolute joke

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  49. susanphd says:

    excellent document. They covered ALL THE BASES. Shifty Shift is a fact witness; Alexandra Chalupa; supoenas are unenforceable; cannot order an impeachment by “press conference.” (that was a good one!); no due process. Articles themselves are invalid. Very thorough, meticulous and easy to read if one is not a lawyer. Great job by Trump’s lawyers.

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  50. susanphd says:

    they also covered their fishing expeditions including trying to get the grand jury material.

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