Facing blowback, Biden clarifies stance on impeachment trial testimony

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The House is moving toward forwarding the articles of impeachment to the Senate.

That isn't to say that we know how Murkowski will vote when it's time for the Senate to cast their votes and potentially end Trump's presidency. He went on to note that there are not constitutionally-mandated rules governing how senators are required to conduct an impeachment trial, but suggested he plans to look at the facts impartially.

But last month, Governor Matt Bevin, the country's "trumpeter governor", lost his reelection offer to Democrat Andy Beshear after President Donald Trump fought for Bevin and said a loss to the unpopular incumbent would send "a really bad news" to President pleaded: "You can not allow this to happen to me!"

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PHOTO: Sen. Chris Van Hollen listens during a Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing, at the Capitol on May 15, 2019 in Washington. In the meantime, he said the entire process is stalled until the Senate receives the articles from Mrs. Pelosi. Republicans attacked the Democratic-led process, although, as Kennedy noted is the case in the Senate, the House is also entitled by the Constitution to carry out impeachment proceedings however it sees fit. "We must decide them and hopefully we can decide them in a bipartisan way before going forward with the trial".

"I want to clarify something I said yesterday".

The statement came one day after Biden said in an interview with the Des Moines Register that he would not comply with a Senate subpoena because it would be a tactic by Trump to distract from the president's wrongdoing.

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Trump is the 45th president in the country and plans to be reelected in 2020 for a second four-year term. McCarthy's motion failed, and debate began shortly thereafter. " Impeachment is a political decision".

"When I heard that I was disturbed", she told Alaska NBC affiliate KTUU.

"I think we might have a couple", he said. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, has said she is waiting for the rules governing the trial to be set, expressing fairness concerns.

In the weeks prior to the vote, Gabbard had been notably vague when asked about her stance on impeachment, claiming she wanted to fully review both sides of the argument before she made a final decision. The central question is do we as a nation really hold, as stated in the Declaration of Independence, the self-evident truth "that all men are created equal" and that no one is above the law, or do we believe in the Richard Nixon defense that "if the president does it, it is not a crime?"

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