Hands on Wisconsin: Trump's tiny hand won't fit impeachment glove

Hands on Wisconsin: Trump's tiny hand won't fit impeachment glove

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MY VIEW | PHIL HANDS

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and most Republican senators seem determined to acquit President Donald Trump despite overwhelming evidence that his administration withheld aid to Ukraine to pressure them to investigate Trump's political rival. This is a clear cut instance where the president abused the power of his office for his personal political gain. 

In other news, President Trump has also added Alan Dershowitz to his legal team. This Harvard professor and Fox News contributor made a name for himself defending O.J. Simpson in the 1990s. 

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., ripped up a copy of Donald Trump's State of the Union address shortly after his speech. While perhaps she was responding to an earlier snub, when President Trump didn't shake her hand, it's not wise for Democrats to sink to the level of Trump's childish antics. 

The State Legislature is poised to extend bar time until 4 a.m. during the Democratic National Convention which will be held in Milwaukee this July. If Bernie Sanders become the Democratic nominee, lots of moderate and establishment Democrats will need those extra hours to drown their sorrows. 

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As predicted, Senate Republicans have voted to acquit President Donald Trump in his impeachment trial. President Trump's party is letting him off the hook despite strong evidence he abused his power as president to pressure Ukraine to help with his 2020 election campaign. 

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