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The senate admitted Trial Memorandum and Statement of Material Facts in the impeachment trial of the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump [111 pp] for consideration.

DNC propaganda, following defeat of amendments to S.Res 488, proposes that the WH denied discovery of evidence (oral and docs) would be probative but for defeat of Amendment 1295-1298 to S.Res 488.

In truth, House subpoena for specific items have been bound by litigation in circuit courts for nearly one year. The House has had a bigger problem circumventing Art. III adjudication (ConLaw) than "humiliating" Republican Party politicians, expressing governing "norms," or convicting Trump. Moreover, a substantial amount of Q&A time was dedicated to investigating separation of powers controversy--rather than the credibility of prior or future testimony--and implications to future legislative disputes. Ironic, no?

by Cat on Sun Feb 2nd, 2020 at 10:16:42 PM EST
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