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Old Today, 06:09 PM
 
Location: Rutherfordton,NC
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House panel to take formal steps on impeachment probe next week.

CNN) -- The House Judiciary Committee is prepared to vote next week on a resolution laying out the procedures for its investigation now that it is actively considering moving to impeach President Donald Trump, a major step toward formalizing its sweeping probe, according to multiple sources familiar with the effort.

The vote, which is expected to occur on Wednesday, will lay out the ground rules for conducting hearings now that the committee has publicly announced it is considering recommending articles of impeachment against Trump. It is expected to follow the precedent set in 1974 over the committee's procedures during then-President Richard Nixon's impeachment proceedings.

Sources told CNN on Friday that the resolution is expected to spell out that Chairman Jerry Nadler, a New York Democrat, has the authority to call hearings at either the full committee or subcommittee level in connection with its impeachment deliberations.

LIST: The 134 House Democrats calling for an impeachment inquiry into Trump.


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Ugh... instead of going this route letís just vote his arse out. I keep stating how bad anof an idea this is!
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Old Today, 06:11 PM
 
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House panel to take formal steps on impeachment probe next week.

CNN) -- The House Judiciary Committee is prepared to vote next week on a resolution laying out the procedures for its investigation now that it is actively considering moving to impeach President Donald Trump, a major step toward formalizing its sweeping probe, according to multiple sources familiar with the effort.

The vote, which is expected to occur on Wednesday, will lay out the ground rules for conducting hearings now that the committee has publicly announced it is considering recommending articles of impeachment against Trump. It is expected to follow the precedent set in 1974 over the committee's procedures during then-President Richard Nixon's impeachment proceedings.

Sources told CNN on Friday that the resolution is expected to spell out that Chairman Jerry Nadler, a New York Democrat, has the authority to call hearings at either the full committee or subcommittee level in connection with its impeachment deliberations.

LIST: The 134 House Democrats calling for an impeachment inquiry into Trump.


https://wlos.com/news/nation-world/h...robe-next-week

Ugh... instead of going this route letís just vote his arse out. I keep stating how bad anof an idea this is!
For what reason...?
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Old Today, 06:22 PM
 
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For what reason...?
-Record trade deficits with China
-Destruction of free markets for US exports, resulting in record high family farm closures
-Tax increases (tariffs), which erased have now exceeded any savings from Trump’s tax bill for the average consumer
-Record deficit spending
-No healthcare plan
-No infrastructure plan
-Corporate tax which failed to spur any capital investment
-Zero progress on illegal immigration; Trump hasn’t touched visa overstays, despite it being a huge issue
-No progress on background checks
-Divestment from stem cell research
-Activist FDA that censors scientific research

That’s without the blatant corruption, nepotism, and stupidity that we see on a daily basis. That’s why Trump is the worst president in US history.
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Old Today, 06:28 PM
 
Location: Southern Willamette Valley, Oregon
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Ugh... instead of going this route let’s just vote his arse out. I keep stating how bad anof an idea this is!
Impeachment may be the easier route. To vote him out requires having someone who can beat him, and looking at the D's selection of candidates right now, that ain't gonna happen.

Then again, impeachment requires solid proof of wrongdoing. That could be a problem for D's too.
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Old Today, 06:30 PM
 
Location: Rutherfordton,NC
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Impeachment may be the easier route. To vote him out requires having someone who can beat him, and looking at the D's selection of candidates right now, that ain't gonna happen.
Yeah but Pence...
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Old Today, 06:31 PM
 
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-Record trade deficits with China
-Destruction of free markets for US exports, resulting in record high family farm closures
-Tax increases (tariffs), which erased have now exceeded any savings from Trumpís tax bill for the average consumer
-Record deficit spending
-No healthcare plan
-No infrastructure plan
-Corporate tax which failed to spur any capital investment
-Zero progress on illegal immigration; Trump hasnít touched visa overstays, despite it being a huge issue
-No progress on background checks
-Divestment from stem cell research
-Activist FDA that censors scientific research

Thatís without the blatant corruption, nepotism, and stupidity that we see on a daily basis. Thatís why Trump is the worst president in US history.

Seems you have not a single clue on what impeachment even means....




There is stupidity on a daily basis alright......you've proven it.....
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Old Today, 06:35 PM
 
Location: Southern Willamette Valley, Oregon
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Yeah but Pence...
Yeah, that was a brilliant move by Trump. Making #2 someone more disgusting to liberals than himself.
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Old Today, 06:46 PM
 
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For what reason...?
For beating their candidate Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
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Old Today, 06:51 PM
 
Location: DMV Area/NYC/Honolulu
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-Record trade deficits with China
-Destruction of free markets for US exports, resulting in record high family farm closures
-Tax increases (tariffs), which erased have now exceeded any savings from Trumpís tax bill for the average consumer
-Record deficit spending
-No healthcare plan
-No infrastructure plan
-Corporate tax which failed to spur any capital investment
-Zero progress on illegal immigration; Trump hasnít touched visa overstays, despite it being a huge issue
-No progress on background checks
-Divestment from stem cell research
-Activist FDA that censors scientific research

Thatís without the blatant corruption, nepotism, and stupidity that we see on a daily basis. Thatís why Trump is the worst president in US history.
Exhibit A of the failure of our public education system. Don't fall asleep in civics class, kids.
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Old Today, 06:52 PM
 
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For beating their candidate Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
And as vulnerable as Trump is, for beating any future candidate team D puts up against him.
Cant make this stuff up.
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