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^^^MSNBC showed clips from his address in which the slurring was evident, but made no mention of it as to how it might reflect on his medical condition. Instead, commentators focused on the substance of his remarks.

 

Meanwhile, more news on the upcoming Senate trial:

 

Pelosi Signals Articles of Impeachment Bound for Senate Next Week

 

https://www.courthou...nate-next-week/

 

Introduction:

 

WASHINGTON (Courthouse News) – Touting powerful evidence from what has been a three-week hold on the start of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signaled Friday that she would end the tactic.

 

“I have asked Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler to be prepared to bring to the floor next week a resolution to appoint managers and transmit articles of impeachment to the Senate,” Pelosi said in a letter to Democratic colleagues.

 

The California congresswoman added that she would have more information about how to proceed in the Democrats’ caucus meeting on Tuesday.

 

While the three-week postponement brought criticism from Republicans — and some Democrats — Pelosi trumpeted the tactic of holding the articles of impeachment as a success that allowed her party to gather more evidence that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would have stonewalled.

 

“While the House was able to obtain compelling evidence of impeachable conduct, which is enough for removal, new information has emerged,” she noted, referring to emails from the Pentagon and the White House’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB), which emerged in recent weeks.

 

Among the trove, Pelosi cited an email with President Trump’s political appointee at OMB, Michael Duffey, who relayed a hold order on $391 million in military aid meant to help Ukraine in its hot war with Russia.

 

Sounds like Pelosi is caving into pressure to proceed on the Senate's terms.  Still, a nice way to spin it, that it allowed the Democrats to "gather more evidence."

This properly focuses on the overwhelming evidence presented to date. The Republican counter-argument that all of Trump's actions were within his policy making authority is pathetic, though likely to be convincing to die hard Trump supporters.

 

Personally, I think they should have included obstruction of justice based on Mueller's report in the articles of impeachment. "Obstruction of Congress" sounds too self-serving.


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Trump Fails to Kill Legal Suit From Columnist Who Says He Raped Her

 

https://www.courthou...s-he-raped-her/

 

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Manhattan (Courthouse News) – With a nod to the endless stream of tweets emanating from the White House, a New York judge refused Friday to nix a defamation lawsuit from an advice columnist who says President Donald Trump raped her.

 

“There is not even a tweet, much less an affidavit by defendant Trump in support,” Justice Doris Ling-Cohan of the Manhattan Supreme Court wrote in a 2-page decision published this morning today.

 

“Not only was no affidavit from defendant Trump supplied in support of this application, but even the defendant’s attorney’s affirmation does not assert a basis (evidentiary or otherwise) for dismissal; rather the affirmation acts as a mere conduit to provide documents relating to the procedural posture of the case,” the judge added.

 

Trump attorney Lawrence Rosen had argued in the motion to dismiss that because the Trump’s statements about E. Jean Carroll were not made in New York and because he left his longtime Empire State residence for Washington, D.C., the New York court lacks jurisdiction to try the case.

 

Carroll, a 75-year-old advice columnist for Elle Magazine, accused Trump last summer of raping her in a dressing room of the luxury department store dressing room Bergdorf Goodman in the mid-1990s.


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New York’s Mayor Wants a Criminal Investigation of Possible Trump Tax Inconsistencies

 

https://www.propubli...ty-manhattan-da

 

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(ProPublica) New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday that he had asked Manhattan’s district attorney to investigate discrepancies ProPublica and WNYC revealed last fall between what President Donald Trump’s company reported in filings to city tax officials and what it reported in loan filings. The discrepancies made his properties seem more profitable to a lender and less profitable to the city’s tax authorities.

 

After ProPublica published its findings, de Blasio said Friday, the city decided to examine the issues. That process resulted in one matter being turned over to the district attorney in November. De Blasio said he made the referral “because there is a possibility of a criminal act having been committed.” The referral related to Trump’s historic downtown skyscraper at 40 Wall Street, a city spokeswoman added.

 

De Blasio’s comments came during a conversation with WNYC reporter and “Trump, Inc.” podcast co-host Ilya Marritz on the “Ask the Mayor” segment of “The Brian Lehrer Show.” De Blasio, who ended a presidential bid in September, said Trump’s efforts to avoid taxes have gone beyond the measures taken by most wealthy Americans. He “consistently has believed he was above the law, even before he was president,” de Blasio said. “So this is a real problem, and I think there could be some real exposure here.”

 

In an emailed statement, a Trump Organization spokeswoman blasted de Blasio for “using the power of his office to try and launch an investigation into his political opponent.” The statement called the allegations “unfounded and clearly motivated by politics.”

 

Conclusion:

 

Last year, former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, who is now in prison, testified before Congress that Trump sometimes boosted the value of his assets in documents given to lenders in order to secure loans and reduced those values to lower their tax value. The Trump Organization and Trump himself are fighting multiple subpoenas for financial and tax records.

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Democrats Push Forward on Impeachment

 

https://www.courthou...ers-on-tuesday/

 

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Washington (Courthouse News) Over the past month since Trump’s impeachment, House Democrats have made a point to tout the evidence that they gathered in the interim. White House emails shaken loose through litigation by the nonprofit Center on Public Integrity have shown that Trump’s political appointee at the Office of Management and Budget ordered a hold on aid to Ukraine some 90 minutes after the July 25 call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

 

Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani’s under indictment in the Southern District of New York, has been cooperating with the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence’s continuing investigation. His attorney Joseph Bondy received the court’s permission on Monday to turn over three more of his client’s electronic devices to the committee.

 

…Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has made no secret of his plan to keep any new information from coming out during the impeachment trial, rejecting requests from his Democratic counterpart Chuck Schumer for witnesses and documents. To force witness testimony by key witnesses such as Ambassador John Bolton and White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, Senate Democrats need four Republicans to break ranks.

 

Representative Pramila Jayapal… said. “This is a massive cover-up on Mitch McConnell’s part for the Senate leader who’s responsible for the trial, who’s responsible for ensuring a fair trial for Americans.”

 

“A dismissal is a cover-up,” …California Democrat (Nancy Pelosi) said in a statement. “The American people will fully understand the Senate’s move to begin the trial without witnesses and documents as a pure political cover-up. Leader McConnell and the president are afraid of more facts coming to light.”


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House Votes to Send Impeachment Charges to Senate, Approving Managers

Source: New York Times


 

WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives voted on Tuesday to send the Senate two articles of impeachment against President Trump, appointing seven Democrats to prosecute the case and initiating only the third presidential impeachment trial in American history.

The vote came almost a month after the House impeached Mr. Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, formally accusing him of seeking foreign election assistance from Ukraine and then trying to conceal his actions from a House inquiry. Like that earlier vote, Wednesday's fell largely along party lines.

It set the stage for what promises to be a partisan impeachment trial, which has already opened bitter divisions in the normally staid Senate, and has the potential to shape Mr. Trump's legacy, stoke the country's political polarization and shape the outcome of the 2020 elections.

Earlier Wednesday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi introduced the lawmakers who would serve as prosecutors, or managers, of the case. Both chambers were also grappling on Wednesday with a trove of new documents related to Mr. Trump's pressure campaign that played into Democrats' arguments that any trial must include new witnesses and evidence. More material was expected to be disclosed, according to an official working on the impeachment inquiry.

 


Read more: https://www.nytimes....t-managers.html



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Key Player in Ukraine Shakedown Says Trump “Knew Exactly What Was Going on”

 

https://www.motherjo...t-was-going-on/

 

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(Mother Jones) Lev Parnas, an indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani, leveled a series of sensational allegations in an appearance Wednesday night on MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Show, implicating President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and Attorney General William Barr, among others, in the Ukraine pressure campaign to gin up damaging information about Trump’s rivals.

 

“President Trump knew exactly what was going on,” Parnas told Maddow. “He was aware of all my movements. I wouldn’t do anything without the consent of Rudy Giuliani or the president.”

 

But Parnas did not document many of claims, including those about Trump’s knowledge of his activities. (Parnas told the New York Times Wednesday that he not speak with Trump directly about his efforts, but that Giuliani told him Trump was up to speed.) And without more evidence, assertions by Parnas, who is struggling to stay out prison and clearly eager to court Trump’s critics, warrant significant skepticism. It is uncertain how his allegations may affect Trump’s Senate trial, which is set to start next week. Republican senators are largely opposed to hearing from witnesses or considering evidence outside the impeachment report House Democrats completed last month. And Parnas is not even among witnesses Senate Democrats have proposed calling.

 

Parnas, who was indicted in October for alleged campaign finance violations committed while cultivating top Republicans, worked closely with Giuliani, Trump’s lawyer, in an effort to pressure Ukraine to announce an investigation into Vice President Joe Biden’s role in the 2016 firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor suspected of corruption.

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Lev Parnas arrives at court in New York on December 2, 2019.

AP Photo/Seth Wenig


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GAO Concludes OMB Acted Improperly to Withhold Aid Funds to Ukraine

 

https://www.pbs.org/...5zeQj-nwgROZvFM

 

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(PBS) The U.S. federal government’s auditing agency has concluded that the White House Office of Management and Budget violated the law when it withheld aid to Ukraine in the summer of 2019, according to a decision issued today.

 

The Government Accountability Office said OMB’s reasoning for withholding the aid — “to ensure that they were not spent ‘in a manner that could conflict with the President’s foreign policy'” — is not allowed.

 

“The law does not permit OMB to withhold funds for policy reasons,” GAO General Counsel Thomas Armstrong said in a statement.


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What a great, intelligent move. That'll really help with America's obesity epidemic.

 

Republicans always seem to do the right thing, don't bow to industry pressure at all, and have such great moral values.

 

 

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And nobody questions that the government gets to decide what people eat for lunch...



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And nobody questions that the government gets to decide what people eat for lunch...

 

1. Do you acknowledge that America has a chronic, worsening and very serious obesity crisis?

 

2. Do you acknowledge that this obesity crisis has massive economic, social, and health impacts?

 

3. If yes, how do you propose to tackle this issue?

 

4. Why shouldn't the government have a role in tackling this issue?



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Romney ‘Very Likely’ to Vote for Witnesses


https://politicalwir...-for-witnesses/

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Sen. Mitt Romney told CNN that it’s “very likely” that he’ll be in favor of calling witnesses in the impeachment trial of President Trump, but won’t decide until after opening arguments.

New York Times: Lamar Alexander is GOP wildcard on witnesses.



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Trump Threatens to Cut NPR’s Funding After Pompeo Meltdown

 

https://www.motherjo...ompeo-meltdown/

 

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(Mother Jones) Two days ago, NPR reporter Mary Louise Kelly revealed that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had berated her with expletives after she asked him about the Ukraine scandal. Today, President Donald Trump chimed in—by appearing to threaten to cut off NPR’s federal funding.

 

Trump retweeted a comment from right-wing radio host Mark Levin, who had highlighted a Fox News story about the Pompeo controversy and asked: “Why does NPR still exist? We have thousands of radio stations in the U.S. Plus Satellite radio. Podcasts. Why are we paying for this big-government, Democrat Party propaganda operation.” Trump added that Levin’s tweet raised a “very good question!” 

 

Conservatives complaining about NPR’s government funding is nothing new. In his budget proposals, Trump has repeatedly signaled a desire to eliminate funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which distributes government funds to public TV and radio stations. So far, that hasn’t happened.

 

It’s also important to note that only a small portion of NPR’s funding actually comes from tax dollars.

 

 

While I don't listen to NPR much nowadays, I used to listen on a regular basis as I commuted to and from work, and even during work when I traveled from one site to another.  In a way, it is good that conservatives of the past worked so hard to deprive NPR of funding.  It renders that news organization much less vulnerable to the kind of threats Trump is now making.  This is due to reasons that are described in that portion of the article not included in the quote box above. 


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Meanwhile, over in the Senate, the snow job from White House attorneys has commenced:

 

https://www.motherjo...izzard-of-lies/

 

https://www.motherjo...talking-points/


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Sadly, the right wing media machine has done its job of spinning the news so that Trump supporters remain ignorant of what is really going down:

 

Media Diet Informs Take on Trump Impeachment, Pew Reports

 

https://www.courthou...nt-pew-reports/

 

Introduction:

(Courthouse News) — You are what you eat, and those who subsist on Fox News tend to deny that President Donald Trump withheld Ukraine aid for corrupt purposes, a report published Friday from the Pew Research Center shows.

 

With Trump accused of working to bolster his 2020 re-election campaign by withholding $391 million in military aid from Ukraine, Pew undertook the study of more than 12,000 Americans from October to November 2019 to elucidate the partisan tendencies of media consumption, as well as a growing Republican mistrust of the media during the Trump administration.

 

The findings show that approximately two-thirds of Republicans who got their political news only from media outlets with conservative, right-leaning audiences said that Trump withheld the aid to advance a U.S. policy to reduce corruption in Ukraine.

 

Just 10% of these Republicans surveyed said they believed that Trump did it to help his re-election campaign; 23% said they weren’t sure.

 

Meanwhile, Democrats who said they got news from outlets that appeal to liberal-leaning audiences or a mixed audience overwhelmingly told Pew that they believed Trump was acting in self-interest.


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McConnell tells GOP senators he does not have the votes to block witnesses in Trump's impeachment

Source: Washington Post


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) indicated in a closed-door meeting with Senate Republicans that he did not yet have enough votes to defeat an effort, expected later this week, to call additional witnesses and evidence in the trial.

Pressure has ramped up to include witnesses after reports that former national security adviser John Bolton says in a book manuscript that Trump directly tied the holdup of nearly $400 million in military assistance to Ukraine to investigations of former vice president Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.

Trump’s defense team argued Tuesday that Democrats are seeking to remove him from office over policy differences as they offered their third and final day of opening arguments in a Senate trial on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

The crux of the case for Trump’s impeachment is the allegation that he withheld military aid and a White House meeting to pressure Ukraine to investigate the Bidens. Hunter Biden served on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company, while his father was vice president. Trump’s attorneys have argued that he was justified in seeking investigations because of a history of corruption involving the company.

 


Read more: https://www.washingt...ed18_story.html



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Trump’s lawyers are betting on their audience having no idea how the law works

 

https://www.alternet...-the-law-works/

 

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(Aternet) President Donald Trump’s lawyers are staking out bold ground by claiming that abuse of power — which is, to many, the quintessential impeachable offense — is not actually grounds for removing a president at all.

 

Criminal defense attorney Alan Dershowitz had been the most prominent advocate of this assertion, even though both the constitutional scholar who Dershowitz cites in his argument contradicts the interpretation, and the Republicans’ other witness on constitutional matters, Jonathan Turley, doesn’t buy the extreme claim.

 

But beyond just arguing that “abuse of power” is insufficient for an impeachment charge, Dershowitz made the even greater leap that there is something inherently illegitimate about trying to discern whether the president had a corrupt motive in his act.

 

He said that to charge Trump with abuse of power, Democrats are attempting to “psychoanalyze the President and attribute to him a singular, self-serving motive.”

 

 

 

She (Sen. Elizabeth Warren) (D-MA) continued: “Criminal law is all about intent. Mens rea is the heart of criminal law. That’s the very basis of it. So it makes his whole presentation just nonsensical. I truly could not follow it.”

 

 

Dershowitzt's argument is a massive shell game.  "The law should work the way I say it should work. Since the Democrats did not follow the form I said they should follow, their impeachment process is invalid." 

 

Never mind precedent, settled law, and established concepts.  

 

If such arguments were made on behalf of a person of color in a local neighborhood, judges and jurors would summarily dismiss them as being nonsensical. It is the old double standard at work - just us, not justice.


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"Fox News cut away from Trump's rally immediately after his brain short-circuited."

 

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Vote to subpoena witnesses & documents in the Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump fails, 49-51.

 
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OMB filing reveals Trump involved in discussions on Ukraine aid as early as June

Source: CNN



The Department of Justice revealed in a court filing late Friday that it has two dozen emails related to the President Donald Trump's involvement in the withholding of millions in security assistance to Ukraine -- a disclosure that came just hours after the Senate voted against subpoenaing additional documents and witnesses in Trump's impeachment trial, paving the way for his acquittal.

The filing, released near midnight Friday, marks the first official acknowledgment from the Trump administration that emails about the President's thinking related to the aid exist, and that he was directly involved in asking about and deciding on the aid as early as June. The administration is still blocking those emails from the public and has successfully kept them from Congress.

A lawyer with the Office of Management and Budget wrote to the court that 24 emails between June and September 2019 -- including an internal discussion among DOD officials called "POTUS follow-up" on June 24 -- should stay confidential because the emails describe "communications by either the President, the Vice President, or the President's immediate advisors regarding Presidential decision-making about the scope, duration, and purpose of the hold on military assistance to Ukraine."

Trump's decision to withhold nearly $400 million in US military aid to Ukraine as he pressed the country to investigate Hunter Biden and Joe Biden, his potential 2020 general election rival, are at the center of the President's impeachment trial. Trump and his allies have repeatedly made unfounded and false claims to allege that the Bidens acted corruptly in Ukraine.

 


Read more: https://www.cnn.com/...ment/index.html



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If Donald Trump loses the election this year, he is not leaving the White House. The results will be annulled, based on "irregularities". Any measures to forcefully remove him will be labeled as threats to national security. Riots will ensue in the streets, but Trump will also have the support of a large part of the military, which he will use to enact martial law. Congress will be suspended. Right wing paramilitary organizations will begin targeting protestors. Left-wing paramilitary organizations will begin to organize, and respond.

 

Having avoided directly participating in the violence until now, Trump will order the military to target these left wing paramilitary groups. This order will prompt a series of mass defections, by military members still loyal to the Constitution. States that voted majority Democrat will announce their seccession from the United States. A civil war will ensue, and the eventual death toll will reach into the hundreds of millions. The worldwide economy will collapse, and chaos will ensue in every single nation around the world. The world that will emerge from the ashes of this civil war will be unrecognizable. The US will have ceased to exist as a single entity, and its most powerful states will take decades to recover from the loss of human life and devastation.

 

Ok, maybe I had a bit of fun with this at the end, but the first paragraph is for real. If you feel like just waving this away and saying, "nah, this could never happen in the US", then tell me what does happen if Trump refuses to leave? If you thought the Republican party still held any loyaltly to the constitution and the republic, then ask yourself how they could have suspended any sense of morality, and acquitted a president who obviously blatantly violated the constitution? The Republicans openly voted against witnesses testifying. The GOP? More like Party over Country. Ask yourself if these sycophants would budge a finger against Trump, if it came to removing him. What would happen if they just sat back and let Trump rule as a dictator, like they've consistently done on every single occasion when they could have moved to limit his power? 

 

People look at the rise of dictators throughout history, and wonder how something like that could've happened. It's happening right now, in the US. What else would you call it, when one party suspends all loyalty to the republic in favour of loyaltly to a president? If you don't agree, if you think I'm overreacting, then please tell me; what is the plan when Trump refuses to leave on January 20, 2021?







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