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George Conway links ‘narcissistic psychopath’ Trump’s threat against Yovanovitch to new stalking report

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In a series of tweets on Wednesday morning, conservative attorney George Conway made a point of noting — as others have — that President Donald Trump may have hinted at the reported stalking of former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch when he spoke with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky last year.

With explosive reports noting text messages between Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas and Robert Hyde, a Republican running for Congress in Connecticut, that seemed to indicate surveillance of the U.S. diplomat with the promise of escalation, the husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway tweeted that it would come as no surprise if Trump was involved.

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“Many tweets suggesting a possible link between the apparent surveillance of Yovanovitch to #IMPOTUS @realDonaldTrump’s later comment to Zelensky that ‘she’s going to go through some things’ have precipitously done so without considering an important, critical fact,” Conway tweeted before adding, “that @realDonaldTrump by any reasonable standard is a narcissistic psychopath, devoid of conscience, compassion, morality, and remorse. So everyone should factor that in.”

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‘The floodgates are open’: Bolton bombshells may force GOP senators to approve impeachment witnesses

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The leak of John Bolton's new book may force Senate Republicans to agree to additional testimony in the impeachment trial.

The former national security adviser revealed that President Donald Trump explicitly tied Ukraine aid to an investigation of Joe Biden, and GOP sources told Axios that new evidence would be enough to convince Republicans to approve witness testimony.

Bolton's book, "The Room Where It Happened," due out March 17, claims Trump told him "he wanted to continue freezing $391 million in security assistance to Ukraine until officials there helped with investigations into Democrats including the Bidens," according to the New York Times.

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Follow the money on impeachment: Trump bought off the McConnell and the rest of the GOP jury — and hints at bigger tax cuts

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Republican senators are making millions off of Trump’s tax cuts — and will repay him by betraying their oath.

It's long been obvious that Republican senators have little interest in serving as impartial jurors in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump. While there is a raft of motivations for such historic perfidy — with several GOP senators politically benefiting from some of the same corrupting influences — one under-examined, non-Russian reason is personal greed.

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‘Rattled’ White House was blindsided by Bolton revelations: report

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In an appearance on CNN's "New Day," on Monday morning, Axios reporter Jonathan Swan revealed that the Donald Trump's White House was "rattled" by revelations contained in former national security advisor John Bolton's upcoming book -- and that they appeared to be unaware of them until they read them in the New York Times.

Speaking with hosts Alisyn Camerota, and John Berman, Swan was asked how the White House was responding to the bombshell revelations that blow a huge hole in Trump's impeachment defense.

"The New York Times knew about the content of the Bolton book before you say the press shop at the White House did. What itself is the significance there?" host Berman asked.

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