How bad does Graham, Lee, and Cruz believe that Trump’s attorneys will spoil their defensive arguments? Instead, how worried are they about convincing some Republicans of the impeachment directors issue in the House? All but six Republicans have already voted against ever having an impeachment trial on the apparent flaw that it is unconstitutional, giving them an excuse to vote an acquittal without engaging in the substance of what Trump has ever done.
Senators Roy Blunt and Marco Rubio She upholds this claim, For example. “My view has not changed on whether or not we have the authority to do this, and I’m certainly not bound by the fact that 56 people think we do,” said Blunt. “I have to vote, and my view is that you cannot remove a former president. And if the ex-president does illegal things, there is a process that needs to be done for that.”
Robio: “The main question for me, which I do not know about anyone else, is whether the impeachment trial is appropriate for someone who is no longer in office. I don’t think it is.”
Do Cruz, Lee and Graham think that Schwen and the notorious idiot right away Bruce Castor need their advice to go over what might be expected to be a very brief day of arguments? Or are they still trying pathetic to curry favor with Trump? They seem to have caught the attention of his inner circle, with soccer advisor Jason Miller Repeated mention of their participation In Newsmax, to fully illustrate that the Senators have been there to build the Trump case. “It was a real honor to have these senators come and give us some additional ideas,” he said.
Republican senators have that “unconstitutional” pseudo-to-hide behind, and they do so actively. they have States parties are ready to attack them The moment they get off the line. Donald Trump has his lawyers, albeit not the main talents in conservative law. As of Thursday, three people have solemnly sworn in to establish fair justice and put in place effective strategies to help him get off.
On the one hand, Accountability directors in the House of Representatives had the truth about what happened, and it was hard for Republicans to completely ignore it. But this is unlikely to be enough.