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‘That’s arguably impeachable’: Fox News analyst says Trump ‘admitted to holding up’ Ukraine aid to smear Biden

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Fox News judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano angered viewers on Monday by pointing out that President Donald Trump “admitted” to withholding aid to Ukraine until the country opened an investigation into Joe Biden and his son.

Napolitano made the remarks while appearing on America’s Newsroom with host Bill Hemmer.

“I disagree with [Ken Starr] there is no basis for an allegation for impeachable behavior on the part of the president,” the Fox News analyst explained. “The president has admitted to holding up nearly $400 million in aid until he got a political favor, his word favor from the president of the Ukraine. That’s arguably impeachable.”

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Pence adviser says that Trump’s phone call to Ukrainian president was ‘unusual and inappropriate’

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Jim Jordan childishly refuses to condemn Trump’s Ukraine call: ‘Democrats have been out to get the president’

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Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) on Sunday argued that President Donald Trump should not be impeached because he never completed his quid pro quo with Ukraine.

During an interview on CBS, host Margaret Brennan explained that Trump only released aid to Ukraine after a whistleblower came forward with allegations that he was trying to bribe the country's president to investigate political rival Joe Biden.

"Most important, the Ukrainians did nothing, as far as investigations go, to get the aid released," Jordan opined. "There was never this quid pro quo, that the Democrats all promise existed before President Trump released the phone call."

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