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Old 20th December 2019, 04:04 PM
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Originally Posted by ChezCheese:) View Post
The problem I see is that holding off sending it to the Senate will be seen as a political ploy. Which is so infuriating given the completely craven abasement of the Republican party.
Which it is. But no more so than the Republicans announcing that they won't be impartial or that they are coordinating their "responsibilities" with the White House staff. Besides, this was kind of John Dean's idea in the first place. (Remember John Dean from the Nixon Watergate Trials?)
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