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50 years, three presidents: How impeachment inquiries change the nation

50 years, three presidents: How impeachment inquiries change the nation

Update: 2019-09-273
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Chief political correspondent Dan Balz on covering two presidential impeachment inquiries. And Elahe Izadi examines the rarefied place in pop culture that “Saturday Night Live’s” Kenan Thompson occupies.
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Maxwell Smart

Idiotic discussion: these journalists are talking about Trump, Clinton Nixon as if these impeachments were all equal. Clinton lied about oral sex, Nixon at least respected the rule of law -- Trump violates campaign finance laws by paying off porn stars and other infidelities. Foriegn nations bribe him by patronizing his hotels, money that goes right to Trump. He alienates our allies but cozies w Putin, a known murders of journalists and anyone who displeases him. Now he shakes down a foriegn country, threatens them like John Gotti, unless they will open a phony investigation on Biden he will withhold money for military to fight the Russians. Trump is completely different than any president or impeachment that this country has ever seen. There is no moral equivalency here.

Sep 29th
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50 years, three presidents: How impeachment inquiries change the nation

50 years, three presidents: How impeachment inquiries change the nation

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