All of this leads to the question: Is the impeachment process fair? The short answer is: The impeachment process is whatever the House says it is.
America First Action, adjusted its report on the source of the funds only after the Campaign Legal Center filed a complaint with FEC.
Mulvaney's comments come as current and former White House aides are defying Trump's orders not to testify in the House impeachment inquiry.
One GOP senator anonymously told The Hill it was “one of the dumbest ideas I’ve ever heard from Lindsey Graham, adding that it could “backfire”.
Mulvaney had admitted Trump withheld military aid to pressure Ukraine to investigate the Democratic National Committee and the 2016 election.
Adam Schiff said of Mark Esper being pressured to defy a subpoena, “the case for obstruction of Congress continues to build.”
As the House of Representatives barrels forward with the impeachment inquiry, the White House obstruction strategy is falling apart.
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney was reportedly part of the campaign to allegedly try to force Ukraine to open an inquiry into Biden.
Kimmel suggests what might happen if the man started his own Trump America News Network, featuring shows like “Broads on a Couch."
The identity remains unknown, but whoever that person is, former CIA agent Valerie Plame is warning that the whistleblower has a rough road ahead.