Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) had a freakout when a Democratic member of Congress dared to call out the president’s obstructions of justice during the hearing with Corey Lewandowski Tuesday. During her questioning, Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D-FL) drew conclusions outlined in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, but Collins proclaimed it was against the rules.
“Point of order, Mr. Chairman,” Collins interrupted her opening statement.
“The gentleman will state his point of order,” Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) said.
“I would just ask, is the gentle lady accusing the president of a crime?” Collins asked.
“I can,” Mucarsel-Powell quipped.
“She can reword, I’ll be happy to withdraw,” said Collins.
“I’m not accusing anyone of anything. Can I continue?” she shot back.
“Not if you are continuing with the question saying that it’s a crime,” Collins said.
“Mr. Collins, this is not a Reality TV show. This is a serious Judiciary Committee hearing,” she schooled him.
“It’s a serious question,” Collins claimed.
“We are trying to investigate misconduct by the president. May I continue, Mr. Chairman?” she asked.
The questioning continued from there, putting Collins in his place.
Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe catches Alan Dershowitz in humiliating hypocrisy
Harvard Constitutional law professor Laurence Tribe called out President Donald Trump's lawyer, Alan Dershowitz, Sunday on Twitter, noting that his opinions seem to evolve depending on who he's defending.
Dershowitz is on a kind of press junket for the president, defending him in various media appearances. The former lawyer to Jeffrey Epstein is handling Trump's defense as it pertains to the abuse of power. Dershowitz thinks that charge has no basis in law. In fact, impeachment trials aren't actually legal proceedings, they're political proceedings, because the Justice Department claimed that Trump can't be indicted under the law while he's president.
Watergate’s John Dean thinks Trump wrote part of his legal team’s brief — because it’s so terrible
Former White House counsel for Richard Nixon, John Dean, explained that the legal brief out of President Donald Trump's White House was so bad that it had to have been dictated by Trump himself.
Saturday evening, Trump's legal team, chaired by Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow and White House counsel Pat Cipollone, filed their own form of a legal brief that responded to the case filed by Democrats ahead of Tuesday's impeachment trial.
The document called the proceedings “constitutionally invalid” and claims House Democrats are staging a “dangerous attack” with a “brazen and unlawful attempt to overturn the results of the 2016 election and interfere with the 2020 election.”
WATCH: Prince Harry explains why he and Meghan are leaving the royal family — but promises ‘a life of service’
Prince Harry posted a video from an HIV/AIDS fundraiser his mother once supported, where he explained his methodology for leaving his profile role as a royal.
"I will continue to be the same man who holds his country dear," said Harry.
He went on to say that he doesn't intend to walk away and he certainly won't walk away from his causes and interests. "We intend to live a life of service."
In the speech, he thanked those who took him under their wing in the absence of his mother
"I hope you can understand that it's what it had come to," he said for why their family intends to step back.