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Rep. Mike Conaway accused House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff of abusing his power during one of the impeachment hearings held Thursday on Capitol Hill.
Conaway, a Texas Republican, became frustrated with Schiff after the California Democrat attempted to cut him off during questioning.
“Mr. Conaway, your time is expired,” Schiff told Conaway before telling the witness, David Holmes, “You were cut off when you were talking about Mr. Sondland’s indiscretion. Did you want to finish that answer?” [Read More]
Coldplay is refusing to tour for environmental reasons.
Coldplay vocalist Chris Martin said in a new interview that the British band decided not to tour this year because they want to “have a positive impact” on the environment before moving forward. [Read More]
The Prince George’s County Council has voted to ban local agencies from engaging in immigration enforcement.
News outlets report the Prince George’s County Council unanimously voted Tuesday to pass the Act Concerning Community Inclusiveness. [Read More]
One of the most important issues in President Trump’s impeachment defense is also one of the least explored: To what degree were Trump’s concerns about Ukraine valid? It’s well documented that the president fixated on Ukrainian activity in the 2016 election and on the Bidens’ actions in the Burisma matter. Democrats and many in the media dismiss his concerns as “conspiracy theories.” But to what extent were those concerns, in fact, legitimate?
If they were even mostly legitimate, then Trump defenders could say: “Look, he had a point. Even if one thinks he handled the issue inappropriately, the fact is, what was going on in Ukraine was worrisome enough for a United States president to take notice.” That would not change minds among those dead set on impeachment, but among others, it would make the case for impeachment and removal much harder to make. [Read More]
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), who was born in Oakland, California, and grew up in Berkeley, broke into her campaign-trail southern accent for just one question during Wednesday’s 2020 Democrat presidential debate in Atlanta, Georgia.
The odd moment occurred as Harris, who is polling in single digits nationally, explained how she would unite the “Obama coalition” to win the White House. [Read More]