First Read: “President Trump’s lawyers on Monday were throwing so much spaghetti against the wall — to see what would stick — the Senate chamber might have been the kitchen in an Olive Garden.”
- Ken Starr — yes, that Ken Starr — criticizing the use of impeachment as a tool: “Like war, impeachment is hell.”
- Jay Sekulow maintaining that no witness has testified that Trump himself said there was any connection between Ukraine’s security assistance and an investigation into the Bidens (even though John Bolton is now claiming the president told him this).
- Alan Dershowitz saying that, even if Bolton’s claims are true, they’re not an impeachable offense: “Let me repeat: nothing in the Bolton revelations, even if true, would rise to the level of an abuse of power or an impeachable offense.”
- Jane Raskin contending that Rudy Giuliani’s activities with Ukraine had nothing to do with 2020 politics.
- And Pam Bondi and Eric Herschmann arguing that the Bidens needed to be investigated.
“Got all of that? If you’re a regular watcher of Sean Hannity, it might have made sense. But if not, it was all over the place.”Save to Favorites