Hearing will feature testimony from a panel of legal experts on the constitutional standard for impeaching a president
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Stanford law professor Pamela S. Karlan took a shot at Doug Collins, the top Republican on the House judiciary committee, in her opening statement after the congressman implied the legal experts testifying today may not have reviewed all the evidence gathered in the impeachement inquiry.
Karlan said she was insulted by Collins suggestion that she has not carefully considered the facts of the investigation.
Im insulted by the suggestion that as a law professor I dont care about those facts, Pamela Karlan of Stanford Law School says, a shot at Doug Collins, who glared back. She adds that inviting a foreign power to interfere in elections undermines democracy itself
As the members of the House judiciary committee took yet another procedural vote forced by the Republicans on the panel, Trump weighed in on the hearing from London.
Speaking to reporters following the Nato summit, Trump questioned Democrats loyalty to the US. You almost question whether or not they love our country and thats a very serious thing: Do they love our country? the president said, according to the pool report.Continue reading...