Ever since Donald Trump was sworn into office, Democrats have been circling the impeachment wagons around the White House. Following a whistleblower complaint and three weeks of congressional hearings, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled articles of impeachment against Trump on two counts: 1) abuse of power and 2) obstruction of Congress. My guest is Jay Caruso, he’s the Managing Editor for the Washington Examiner Magazine. On today’s show, we’re going to discuss the events that led up to Democrats releasing articles of impeachment as well as what this means for Trump’s presidency, the 2020 election, and the country, as a whole.

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  1. jonb60173 Member

    I finally couldn’t listen to this. Maybe I misunderstood but Jay here, is insinuating that no sitting President can ask a foreign country about something that he’s interested in. Pardon me for being naive, but I believe every President has done that. I probably should have listened to the whole thing but at a certain point it had reached the “stupid” tipping point.

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    • December 11, 2019, at 1:16 PM PST
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    jonb60173 (View Comment):

    I finally couldn’t listen to this. Maybe I misunderstood but Jay here, is insinuating that no sitting President can ask a foreign country about something that he’s interested in. Pardon me for being naive, but I believe every President has done that. I probably should have listened to the whole thing but at a certain point it had reached the “stupid” tipping point.

    That you’re claiming I am “insinuating” something merely means you didn’t like what I had to say which was pretty clear. 

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    • December 11, 2019, at 5:55 PM PST
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