mitch mcconnell politics Trump

Mitch McConnell Still Not Sure Why Senate Needs Witnesses When Acquittal Is Foregone Conclusion

"A trial isn’t a trial without evidence".

"A trial isn’t a trial without evidence".
This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe for full access to thousands of archived articles.

5 comments on “Mitch McConnell Still Not Sure Why Senate Needs Witnesses When Acquittal Is Foregone Conclusion

  1. McConnell next to Trump and Lindsay Graham is the biggest political a…..hole ever served. KY folks need an extra KY Jelly to kick his lard ass out the door this fall. Just saying…

  2. No better example of what’s in the swamp.

  3. It may be best if Bolton is blocked from testifying by the Republicans. Trump will be acquitted in the Senate no matter how much evidence and testimony is available, so far better to have a nice reminder of the ‘sham trial’ in October when Bolton’s book comes out right before the election and reminds everyone that Trump was clearly guilty of bribery but cleared by his lap dogs who couldn’t be bothered to listen to first hand testimony.

    • The House of Representatives should issue a subpoena. If he will testify in the Senate, a House issued subpoena has the equivalent force of law. Pelosi has played this well but she has a weak hand when considering the nature of the GOP in the Senate. Collins has a problem but Murkowski and Romney are not running in 2020 so it shows just how weak they are. Collins is very likely to lose anyway, Brett Kavanaugh probably sunk her in Maine.

      • Collins, Gardner, McSally, Tillis, and maybe Ernst — they’re all going down as the costs and casualties from our war with Iran mount. Dems flip the Senate and Trump gets his Go Directly to Jail card.

Speak On It

Skip to toolbar