Bush Era Lawyer Opens Fire On McConnell

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Has he seen what the Democrats have been doing?

Former chief White House ethics lawyer, Richard Painter, who served under George W. Bush, opened fire on Mitch McConnell over his Senate impeachment game plan. 

According to the Washington Examiner, “The oath of loyalty is to the United States of America, not to Donald Trump. These senators, Democrats and Republicans, have an obligation to hear the facts, to hear witnesses, and make a decision,” Painter stated on CNN. 

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“And for Mitch McConnell to say he’s working with the White House, coordinating with the defendant in this trial before the trial has even begun, is atrocious. He may think he’s a judge impaneling an all-white jury for a Klansman trial in Mississippi in 1965. That’s not the kind of trial we have.” You can read the full details of this story here.

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