Ya mean steering 'em like this?‘Ice in his veins’: McConnell steers GOP through Trump's Ukraine scandal via @burgessev https://t.co/mtTDbTgWCd— Eliana Johnson (@elianayjohnson) September 26, 2019
Lankford: "Didn't read it."— Charles Gaba (@charles_gaba) September 26, 2019
Hoeven: "Didn't read it."
Braun: "Didn't read it."
Alexander: "Didn't read it."
Portman: "Didn't read it."
Cotton: "No comment."
Blunt: "Ask me later."
Risch: "Nothing there"
Ernst: "Didn't read it." https://t.co/K1AA2LAVTf
Not really so "uncharted" as simply too damned early to know.Hot Take: Anyone making assertions about whether impeachment will help or hurt either party is making stuff up. These are uncharted waters littered with political unknowns.— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) September 26, 2019
You could have said the same thing about Nixon, right up until the Senators told him to give it up. Like campaigns, hearings actually serve a purpose.“Inappropriate”— Burgess Everett (@burgessev) September 26, 2019
But not impeachable. Republicans who are not comfortable with the president’s actions are trying to find a place between impeachment and saying everything’s all good. It’s proving quite difficult https://t.co/Sh8FjawXFo
And we have so much to look forward to, like FoxNews in full meltdown!
Or this:Chaos inside Fox News as impeachment looms. Mgmt told Smith to stop attacking Carlson. Hannity privately says whistleblower is really bad for Trump. Paul Ryan has told Lachlan to plan for a post-Trump future.https://t.co/b2MmBKrWkF— Gabriel Sherman (@gabrielsherman) September 26, 2019
It's like Christmas is coming!You know what would really be something? If, next year, we got to do a presidential campaign, an impeachment fight, *and* a Supreme Court confirmation battle at the same time.— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) September 26, 2019