"It cannot be impeachable." That's how Alan Dershowitz, one of President Donald Trump's lawyers, characterized his client's alleged pressure on Ukraine for political favors during the Senate impeachment trial yesterday. Instead of refuting the claim, as Trump himself has repeatedly done, Dershowitz said the president had the "public interest" in mind while pursuing reelection.
What's next? Democrats are still hoping to sway their Senate GOP colleagues ahead of tomorrow's vote on whether to allow witness testimony.
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