As impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump bound ahead, the White House has reached out to outside counsel for legal help.
In a segment published Tuesday, CNN journalist Christiane Amanpour sat down with Christopher Ruddy, CEO of Newsmax Media and a close friend of Trump’s.
Ruddy said the president was deeply worried—as he should be.
The inquiry is “a mortal threat to [Trump’s] presidency,” said Ruddy. “He certainly should treat it that way.”
The impeachment inquiry is “a mortal threat to [Trump’s] presidency,” according to @ChrisRuddyNMX, who’s a close friend of President Trump. “He certainly should treat it that way.” pic.twitter.com/8QEtZnLGjn
— Christiane Amanpour (@camanpour) October 8, 2019
‘He’s just a liar’: MSNBC’s Morning Joe bodyslams Bill Barr’s ‘outrageous’ speech attacking Democrats
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough condemned Attorney General William Barr's "disgraceful" speech before the conservative Federal Society.
The "Morning Joe" host and former Republican lawmaker described Barr's speech as dishonest and harmful to the rule of law, and he shamed the audience members who applauded the attorney general's attacks on congressional Democrats who oppose President Donald Trump.
Sondland’s life ‘is on the block’ — and he could ‘give up the president’ to save himself: Watergate’s John Dean
On Monday's edition of CNN's "New Day," former Nixon White House Counsel John Dean suggested that the most precarious and most consequential witness in this week's impeachment hearings will be EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland — because he is facing accusations of lying to Congress and has the most at stake.
"I submit, we will see the one who saw Roger Stone get convicted on seven counts of lying and witness tampering on Friday and the one who will testify under penalty of perjury in public on Wednesday," said anchor John Berman. "How much do you think that does and should weigh on him?"
MSNBC’s Morning Joe laughs out loud at Fox News praise for Trump’s ‘superman’ energy: ‘He does one or two things a day, tops’
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough tried to unravel President Donald Trump's mysterious hospital visit over the weekend, which the White House insists was the beginning of his annual physical.
The "Morning Joe" host laughed out loud at a clip of White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham and Fox News host Jeanine Pirro praising the president's "superman" energy after the surprise hospital visit.
"Who was it, was it (Treasury Secretary Steve) Mnuchin who praised his perfect genes?" Scarborough said. "Was it Steve Mnuchin who said had he superhuman genes? And they said he would live to be 200 if he ate better?"