Impeachment trial sees Trump leave stage not with a bang, but a whimper
The impeachment trial triggered by a violent attempt to overthrow a democratically elected president was comedic, bizarre and ultimately little more than a sideshow
It’s fair to say that Donald Trump’s legal team didn’t bring their A game to the US Senate last week. It’s debatable that they even brought their F game. Or maybe the problem is that when your lawyers are strictly F-list, whether they bring their A game or not is irrelevant.
You’d think that Trump would have learned by now that when you pay peanuts, you get...
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