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The attempts at intimidation are a reckless overreaction, writes the Editorial Board

"Watch Hannity": Lev Parnas’s texts reveal role of helpful media in Ukraine scheme, writes @ErikWemple 

"[W]e are profoundly disturbed that a prosecutor — even one as experienced and respected as Durham — would seek to review the conclusions of intelligence analysts." From Robert S. Litt and @jmclaughlinSAIS :

If these senators play it right, it could give them a unique opportunity to show how badly they want the job, writes @henryolsenEPPC 

"We’ve reached a period where it’s almost assumed that faith connects you to the religious right. I think it is important to puncture that," @PeteButtigieg  tells @MJGerson 

Hannity previews Trump’s final defense, @ThePlumLineGS  writes: So what if he’s guilty?

Trump restricting fetal tissue research betrays any "pro-life" legacy, @RobertGebelhoff  writes

"We are a group of representatives who, despite our disagreements, stand together to affirm the role and duty of Congress." An op-ed by @justinamash , @RepKenBuck , @repgolden , @RepScottPerry , @RepDeanPhillips , @RepChipRoy  and @RepSpanberger :

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China thinks it can defeat Hong Kong’s protesters. It can’t, @keithrichburg  writes in @PostOutlook 

From The Post Editorial Board: Enough has been learned about Brett M. Kavanaugh's partisan instincts that we believe senators must vote “no.” We do not say so lightly. We have not opposed a Supreme Court nominee, liberal or conservative, since 1987.

Nancy Pelosi should force Trump to undergo two impeachment trials instead of one, @gtconway3d  and @neal_katyal  write. Here's how:

An op-ed from Ukrainian politician Serhiy Leshchenko: Why is Rudy Giuliani trying to drag my country’s president into Trump’s reelection campaign?

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