Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Trump's Impeachment Trial Underwhelms

There's this feeling in watching the proceedings that Trump's lawyers don't have to say anything and the Republican senators will vote to acquit.

As a result, Bruce Castor's opening remarks were a rambling 40-minute spiel not having much to do with anything substantial. The Republican argument is about the process of trying a president who is out of office rather than his guilt or innocence.



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