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‘He stood up to Nancy Pelosi’: Lindsey Graham praises Mitch McConnell for impeachment being his ‘finest hour’

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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) praised Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for his handling of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial during an interview that was broadcast by Fox News on Saturday night.

Former Judge Jeanine Pirro interviewed Graham, who chairs the Senate judiciary committee, and asked about the standoff between McConnell and Speaker Nancy Pelosi over whether the Senate trial will feature witnesses.

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Pelosi has been pressuring McConnell for a fair trial.

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Graham, however, declared the debate to be over.

“It makes no sense, she’s trying to tell Mitch McConnell how to run the Senate,” he complained.

“Mitch McConnell — this is his finest hour,” Graham declared.

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“He stood up to Nancy Pelosi, she’s not going to run the Senate, she gave in, and I think it hurt her,” he argued.

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REVEALED: How a GOP operative used Trump’s hatred of Mueller to help free infamously corrupt governor

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The Wall Street Journal has published a major new report about how Republican operative Mark Vargas used President Donald Trump's hatred of former special counsel Robert Mueller to wage a years-long public relations battle that culminated in the release of infamously corrupt former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.

According to WSJ, Vargas helped get Trump to commute Blagojevich's sentence by writing opinion pieces that cast the former governor as a victim of a "deep state" conspiracy led by Mueller and former FBI Director James Comey.

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‘An international disgrace’: Trump slammed over ‘incoherent’ India press conference

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On Tuesday, President Donald Trump took the stage in India for a solo press conference, during which he attacked two Supreme Court justices, lashed out at reporters, claimed that Democrats "loved" film producer and convicted sexual predator Harvey Weinstein, and lied about his motivations for replacing the Director of National Intelligence.

Commenters on social media slammed the president's chaotic and inflammatory remarks.

So clearly Gorsuch and Kavanaugh should recuse themselves from any case involving you because they owe their positions to you... Right?

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Trump’s corruption of intel community ‘will make it easier for him to lie’: legal experts

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President Donald Trump struck a decisive blow in his ongoing war against truth by effectively politicizing U.S. intelligence agencies.

He has attacked the intelligence community throughout his presidency, but Trump's ouster of a well-respected acting director of national intelligence in favor of an inexperienced partisan ally shows his intention to corrupt those agencies for personal gain, according to a pair of legal experts writing for The Atlantic.

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