[ Politics ] Open question: Republicans: about dismissal?

Could you give me a clever and thorough reason why you don't believe the President withheld funds from Ukraine for personal use? I'm really trying to understand your side of things. Keywords: intelligent, thorough. Thank you!

[ Politics ] Open Question: Why Did All of the Republicans in the House Vote Against Trump's Dismissal?

[Politics] Open question: Why did all of the Republicans in the House vote against Trump's removal?

Liberals, you understand that dismissal as an asset does not make sense, does it?

Seems to make a lot of sense for Trump. He is only the third president in the history of this country to be removed. As long as the history books continue to be written, they will talk about it. For someone who is always in the habit of succeeding and "winning", someone who always denigrates the "losers", it must be a bit of a poke, don't you think?

Doesn't it work wonders for the "Trump brand"?

Why does the congress waste time with the dismissal when the senate will not dismiss it?

This whole masquerade of impeachment has one goal … Democrats are so threatened by Trump's administrative progress that they want it so badly and because they feel they cannot just win and square to the 2020 elections, they are pursuing this simulated impeachment to try to brainwash Americans.

But to answer your question directly, the Congress is involved because it is part of the due process in a dismissal procedure.

When dismissal fails to remove Trump, should Nancy Pelosi resign from her speaker position?

"When impeachment fails to remove Trump, should Nancy Pelosi step down as president?" Nope.

"She chose the impeachment rather than working with this president" In fact, the House Intelligence Committee and the House Judiciary Committee voted for the impeachment. Pelosi worked to stop the impeachment until it was clear that she had to authorize the process.

"and destroyed all hope of a productive working relationship with him" Well, Bill Clinton was able to work with the House before, during and after his indictment. A true professional like Clinton can do it. A hot whiner like Trump may have problems, but these are Trump's problems, not Pelosi's. Trump will therefore have to get in shape or leave.

What do you think is the result of Trump's dismissal?

Indicted by House after exhaustive evidence of wrongdoing. Deleted in the Senate. The races for re-election claim "totally exempt". Lose his second term.

1. Dems have gathered MASSIVE evidence, and more are coming. He is not reluctant to defend himself but unable.

2. We know that Republicans will not vote to remove him, no matter what happens.

3. He is already behind the main Democratic candidates. 47% of Americans said that they would not vote for Trump, regardless of the circumstances, against 34 or 35% who plan to vote for him, whatever happens. He will not be able to fill this gap.

Where did the Trumpsters get their coup myth? Article 2, section 4 of the Constitution authorizes the dismissal?

It is quite remarkable that the "law and order party", which claims to venerate the Constitution, has not literally understood anything of it.

The impeachment is not a coup d'etat, it is not illegal and it is not unconstitutional. Or can we go back and stop all the Republicans who deposed Clinton?

Republicans have either very brief memories, are incredibly stupid, or are simply hypocritical liars.

[ Politics ] Open question: Do the 14 witnesses to Trump's dismissal lie and be part of the deep state?

[Politics] Open Question: Are the 14 witnesses to Trump's dismissal all liars and part of the deep state?

[ Politics ] Open question: Are you happy with the dismissal?

Because I am!!! This will not happen in the Senate, so it will not be removed, but it does not matter to the ego. He is so happy that he makes history as an incompetent and impotent president. He deserves every piece!

[ Politics ] Open question: Is Nancy "the count" of Pelosi, persuaded that she has votes for a dismissal investigation, since she has called for a vote?

[Politics] Open question: Is Nancy the "Earl" of Pelosi, convinced to have votes for a dismissal investigation, since she called for a vote?