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6 hours ago, OILERMAN said:

There is a legit chance Trump doesn't finish his term


I don’t see it. The GOP isn’t going to vote to remove him from office because they are beholden to Trump supporters. And Trump will never voluntarily step down.

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Just now, Starkiller said:


I don’t see it. The GOP isn’t going to vote to remove him from office because they are beholden to Trump supporters. And Trump will never voluntarily step down.

 

That and there are no grounds for him to leave.

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44 minutes ago, LongTimeFan said:

Ok @Mythos27 I would like to know your and @scine09 EXACT reason this is such a huge ordeal. Please give the facts that support your accusation.

Ready, go.

 

How about you start with why you don't think the transcript and the IG's findings have merit? 

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47 minutes ago, Little Earl said:

 

That and there are no grounds for him to leave.

 Right because Republican presidents do not have to follow any law whatsoever. 

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Wow, more fake new coming from our leftist media.

 

Last night ABC News released an article claiming that an advisor to the Ukrainian president said that discussing the Biden probe was a condition for the phone call.   Fake.    Turns out the guy was not an advisor to the Ukrainian president and not a precondition for the phone call.

 

The Washington Post ran a story yesterday claiming that Trump’s intel chief threatened to quit if he wasn’t allowed to testify to Congress.  Fake.  MaGuire debunked that one himself.

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42 minutes ago, Mythos27 said:

I have nothing new to offer if everything you've heard so far sounds just fine. I certainly have no illusions of convincing you otherwise nor am I particularly interested in trying. Simply put, the president used his office to ask a foreign president to look into the business ties of a political opponent he is likely to be facing in the 2020 general election. It's an abuse of power plain and simple. 

If that Vice President abused his position, isn't it the President's duty to make sure all people are held accountable?

Have other Presidents asked foreign powers for help in investigations? Or is it just because it was Biden?

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Republican Rep. Mike Turner said Thursday that the controversial conversation between President Donald Trump and Ukraine's President is "not OK," a notable comment as most of his colleagues remain largely defensive toward Trump after the House launched an impeachment inquiry.

 

"I've read the complaint, and I've read the transcript of conversation with the President and the president of the Ukraine," Turner said during a House Intelligence Committee hearing with the acting director of national intelligence. "Concerning that conversation, I want to say to the President: This is not OK. That conversation is not OK."

"I think it's disappointing to the American public when they read the (conversation's) transcript," the Ohio Republican said.

 

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Rep. Will Hurd (Texas) on Thursday became the first GOP member of the House Intelligence Committee to say the allegations in the whistleblower complaint against President Trump should be further investigated.

 

Hurd, a former CIA officer, also called for hearing directly from the whistleblower who made the complaint that Trump pressured Ukraine's leader to dig up dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden, the front-runner for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

 

"There is a lot in the whistleblower complaint that is concerning. We need to fully investigate all of the allegations addressed in the letter, and the first step is to talk to the whistleblower," tweeted Hurd, who is not seeking reelection in a swing district carried by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016.

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1 hour ago, Mythos27 said:

Simply put, the president used his office to ask a foreign president to look into the business ties of a political opponent he is likely to be facing in the 2020 general election. It's an abuse of power plain and simple. 

This.  Not sure why this is so difficult for certain others to get or understand.  When was the last time that you even heard of a US president (Republican or Democrat) do this type of shit. And also, this is similar to the Watergate break in.

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22 minutes ago, LongTimeFan said:

If that Vice President abused his position, isn't it the President's duty to make sure all people are held accountable?

Have other Presidents asked foreign powers for help in investigations? Or is it just because it was Biden?

So much is wrong with this but I’m dying at the implication that Giuliani and Trumps dementia riddled, adderal fueled phone calls with each other after a night of Hannity and Dobbs is an investigation.

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23 minutes ago, rns90 said:

This.  Not sure why this is so difficult for certain others to get or understand.  When was the last time that you even heard of a US president (Republican or Democrat) do this type of shit. And also, this is similar to the Watergate break in.

Obama, then VP Biden.

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