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Trump ‘reeks of guilt’ as movement for impeachment continue to grow: Nicolle Wallace

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President Donald Trump’s ongoing moves to obstruct Congressional investigations by stonewalling Capitol Hill are moving Congressional Democrats closer to initiating impeachment proceedings, MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace reported Monday.

The host played a clip of Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who chairs the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

“Here the Trump Administration has decided to say a blanket no. No to any kind of oversight whatsoever, no witnesses, no documents, no nothing,” Schiff explained. “They’re stonewalling, they want to draw this out as long as possible.”

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Before his career in politics, Schiff was an Assistant U.S. Attorney who once prosecuted an FBI agent for giving secret documents to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).

“We’re going to fight it, we are fighting it. We have to,” Schiff continued. “It’s true these additional acts of obstruction, obstructing the Justice Department, now Congress, does add weight to impeachment.”

“Obstruction as a behavior does reek of hiding something, does reek of guilt,” Wallace noted.

“It seems to push against Trump’s brand of going to Washington and draining the swamp, I’m not sure there’s anyone left who believes that anyway,” she continued.

“But Schiff seems to have landed on a message that could stick,” Wallace concluded.

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With Trump-aligned votes as ‘anvil around her neck,’ Susan Collins down 9 points to likely Dem challenger

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The four-term Republican senator from Maine who presents herself as a centrist has faced national criticism for her votes during the Trump administration.

New poll results released in a Bangor Daily News column Thursday shows Democratic Maine House Speaker Sara Gideon leading Republican U.S. Sen. Susan Collins by nine points—just the latest sign that the November election could deny Collins a fifth term.

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The ‘Lincoln Project’ group that infuriated Trump is now setting its sights on McConnell with new ‘Rich Mitch’ ad

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The anti-Trump super PAC headed by current and ex-Republican strategists that has made viral waves with its videos attacking President Trump is now turning its sights towards Mitch McConnell, Morning Consult reports.

The Lincoln Project dropped a new ad this Thursday, calling McConnell "rich Mitch," contrasting his wealth with the financial hardships of citizens in his state of Kentucky. According to the Morning Consult, the ad "does not attempt to directly tie McConnell to Trump, instead only nodding to the president in passing photos alongside the majority leader."

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‘Do it now’: Lindsey Graham asks older judges to retire before November — when GOP could get routed

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With the 2020 presidential election nearly five months away, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is calling on older conservative judges to retire en masse as his party faces the possibility of getting routed in the fall.

As the Washington Post reports, Graham told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt that now is the time for older judges to step down to ensure that they are replaced by Senate Republicans.

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