Donald Trump has always been the best evidence against himself. But there are documents and witnesses that would confirm his criminality.
“Trump Brags About Concealing Impeachment Evidence: ‘We Have All the Material, They Don’t’”
President Trump said he’s happy with the way the impeachment trial is going thus far because his administration has not released “materials” that would hurt his cause.
“When we released that conversation all hell broke out with the Democrats,” Trump said. “Because they said, ‘Wait a minute, this is much different than [what Adam Schiff] told us.’ ”
The president continued, “So, we’re doing very well. I got to watch [the impeachment trial] enough. I thought our team did a very good job. But honestly, we have all the material. They don’t have the material.”
Meanwhile sycophantic Republicans continue to tow the ‘The Dear Leaders’ line. And it will cost them reelection. But they are unwilling to recognize that Trump is destroying the Republican Party. They choose to drink the Kool Aid:
It almost suggests that U.S. Senators are afraid of Trump. They are afraid he will call them names. So they just do Trump’s nefarious bidding:
“Republicans Blocked Witnesses At The Impeachment Trial, And Now They Say There’s Nothing New”
For months, Republican senators have declined to answer reporters’ questions about details of the impeachment inquiry — including multiple witnesses testifying that Trump withheld hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid unless the country publicly announced an investigation into former vice president Joe Biden and his son Hunter — by saying they were waiting for the issue to come before the Senate.
Now it is before the Senate, and some Republicans are saying there’s nothing new to discuss.
“So far what Schiff has said we’ve heard before,” said Indiana Sen. Mike Braun.
Braun said Trump should not have held up Ukrainian aid, but he is “absolutely convinced it’s not impeachable.” Democratic House members will spend a total of 24 hours split between Wednesday and Friday to make the case against Trump. But Braun said what he’s heard so far is “not any more troubling or less troubling than before” and “you’re not going to win the game by time of possession.”