Jeff Sessions / Matt Whitaker / Attorney Barr

The funny thing is that not only Jeff Sessions but even jughead Matt Whitaker was a substantially better and more ethical Attorney General than Bill Barr.

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I'm no expert and neither am I the smartest in the room (obviously), but my amateur analysis is: So far, the impeachment testimony has been a major bust for Democrats and has helped @realDonaldTrump . Also, I assume few minds have been changed. Comments? Difference of opinion?

This - FINALLY - is the point. Very, very clear that the White House finally released the aid only when the whistleblower report was coming to light and the Intel committee was already starting its investigation! They relented because they finally got caught.

Referring to the whistleblower, Rep. Jim Jordan says Congress will never get a chance to question the one "who started it all." "I'd be glad to have the person who started it all to come in and testify," Rep. Welch replies. "Pres. Trump is welcome to take a seat right there."

If Republicans want get beyond hearsay, they should state publicly that they want Mulvaney, Pence, Pompeo, and Bolton to testify. Easy day.

Biden was pressuring Ukrainian government to fire Shokin because he was NOT investigating corruption, not to stop him from investigating corruption ! So frustrating that no one with expertise has ever disputed this fact, but Republicans keep distorting it.

GOP Rep. Jordan in questioning to Ambassador Taylor: Ukrainian President Zelenskiy never brought up investigations of Biden or Burisma. Follow live updates: #ImpeachmentHearings 

@LawProfButler : "It's like Trump was an old school mafia don. So the stakes are very high...this is about the national security of the US, and the question is whether the president should be allowed to remain in office when he sold out US interests for his own political favors."

Listening to the passion from this prosecutor giving the closing argument at RogerStone’s trial makes me feel like this moment is about more than Stone. Too bad this isn’t public. It’s really the only moment for these guys to argue publicly what Mueller was investigating.

Zelensky’s plan to appear on CNN is strong evidence that they were going along reluctantly and under pressure with the quid pro quo. Whistleblower saved him from having to do it.