Disgraced former President Trump's lawyer spoke in his defense during the President's impeachment trial and got soundly laughed at in the hallowed Senate chambers. Michael van der Veen not only suggested that witnesses be deposed in his office, which is absurd, but he pronounced the city where his office is as "Philly-delphia" and took umbrage when the gallery laughed at him. President pro tempore of the the Senate Patrick Leahy (D-VT) had to call the chamber to order and demand proper decorum.
Ted Cruz says there is a "significant chance" President Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland will be impeached if the GOP takes over the House and Senate after the midterm elections (see video below). Here's how the Texas beachcomber thinks it will play out: Before targeting the U.S. attorney general and president, Republicans will impeach… READ THE REST
As was plainly inevitable weeks ago despite the media's constant pretense of uncertainty, Donald Trump was today acquitted in his second impeachment trial. The U.S. Senate voted 57-43 to convict, falling short of the 67 vote requirement, with only seven Republicans turning on their leader. All that's left to do is figure out if it… READ THE REST
Reuters: "Former U.S. President Donald Trump's office on Sunday said trial lawyers David Schoen and Bruce L. Castor will lead Trump's legal team during his Senate impeachment trial." This announcement follows the not-entirely-surprising news just yesterday that Trump and *all of the lawyers* on his legal team had suddenly parted ways. Who knows what tomorrow's… READ THE REST
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