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Last month, Reid told The New York Times that Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, was "handling things the right way" with seeking witnesses to testify before seeking to impeach Trump — but urged caution about impeachment. … [Read more...] about Harry Reid Calls Impeachment Inquiry Right Thing to Do
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There’s a whistleblower who is a potential witness. There is a transcript/notes of Trump’s July 25 phone conversation with Ukraine’s president. You have Trump administration officials who definitely sensed that something was odd on the Ukraine front, per the Washington Post (“Several officials described tense meetings on Ukraine among national security officials at the White House leading up to the president’s phone call on July 25”). And this is about this coming election, not the previous presidential contest. But maybe most importantly, this is – potentially – a much easier story for Democrats to tell, as the New York Times’ Carl Hulse puts it. … [Read more...] about For Pelosi, starting an impeachment inquiry was the easy part
But the probe will also involve the work of other committees — Foreign Affairs, Financial Services, Intelligence, Oversight and Ways and Means — that have been looking into a range of Trump's activities stemming from the president's business dealings and administration, including former special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian election interference in 2016. … [Read more...] about Pelosi has launched an impeachment inquiry. Now what?