Former Vice President Joe Biden left television viewers scratching their heads Friday; saying the impeachment exercise was not “partisan” even “if it was a party line vote.”
“This was not a partisan impeachment… even if it was a party line vote,” Biden told ABC News.
“This was not a partisan impeachment… even if it was a party line vote.”
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) January 31, 2020
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer publicly scolded Sen. Kamala Harris during a press briefing Friday; snapping at the lawmaker after she appeared to be laughing during a supposedly “sad and somber” moment in American history.
Chuck Schumer is not having it when Kamala Harris and Sherrod Brown mess around during his impeachment press conference.
Reminder: impeachment is supposed to be sad and somber. pic.twitter.com/B19hUIQGgr
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) January 31, 2020
Sen. Chuck Schumer doubled-down on his demand for more witnesses in the never-ending impeachment charade Friday morning; saying Senate Republicans are trying to commit the “greatest cover-up since Watergate.”
“If my Republican colleagues refuse to even consider witnesses and documents in this trial, this country is headed toward the greatest cover-up since Watergate,” said Schumer from the US Capitol.