SE Cupp: Republicans have let Trump get away with too much

SE Cupp: Republicans have let Trump get away with too much 1

 

CNN's SE Cupp looks at different ways President Donald Trump has tired to circumvent Congress, even when Republicans had control of both houses.

76 Comments on "SE Cupp: Republicans have let Trump get away with too much"

  1. The Republican Party has continued to put their party over the best interest of the country.

  2. Things are getting “Watergate-y”🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • SuperCorrector1 | October 13, 2019 at 10:25 AM | Reply

      What about Bidens father and son?
      What about the Ukraine interference in US election?
      What about the anti US pro OPEC pro Russia Warren policies?

    • SuperCorrector1, Exactly! That is my point. Why was Hunter Biden getting all of this money from Ukraine and China? CNN is so fake. CNN are not real journalist

    • Yeah for Biden, his son just resigned from a Chinese firm… wonder what he could be hiding 😉

  3. The rallies are his Stewart Smalley moment. You know, they reaffirm that he’s good enough, he’s smart enough, and damnit, people like him.

  4. Top Secret e-mails deleted

  5. Three Branches: Separate but Equal. The powers of our federal (national) government are divided into three branches: legislative, executive, and judicial. The branches are separate but equal. They each have special responsibilities concerning laws, the principles that govern our nation.
    Three Branches: Separate but Equal | Scholastic
    https://www.scholastic.com › teachers › articles › teaching-content › three-br…

    • Why do the Democrats always forget about that. They have this perverted idea that Congress, specifically the House is dominant, above, and superior to the executive branch. They are eager to unconstitutionally gain access to the President’s previous personal, & business tax returns, gong back many years, that have been legally filed, & audited by State, & Federal officials, in addition to his Presidential income
      statements, every President files annually, that Trump has PUBLICLY disclosed every year, but the Fake News media
      won’t publicize those figures, since they put the LIE to much
      of the Trump finances-FALSE narrative, most corrupt media
      outlets have continued to pump out, for years now.

      KOut

    • There is no separation of powers
      The president has too much power and the supreme court is totally politically stacked.

    • Have you heard of the saying “You become what you hate” ok political whiner.

  6. Telling his subordinates to defy subpoenas IS Obstruction of Justice and Witness Tampering.

    • YouTube Moderator | October 13, 2019 at 8:03 AM | Reply

      Sanctuary cities are Obstruction Of Justice Cities.

    • Kelly Idiot, clearly doesn’t know how our Constitution works?? All her talking point Bullshit!! Justice 🇺🇸

    • @Kelly Owens The impeachment inquiry is precisely that, an inquiry, not a trial. The trial will take place in the Senate. The inquiry is esssentially a Grand Jury. Subjects of grand jury procedings do get to have lawyers cross examining witnesses, etc. That happens in a trial. There is no constitutional requirement for a vote to hold an impeachment inquiry. You may well argue that this goes against precedent, which is a rich argument coming from a Trump supporter. Trump has violated more precedents than any democrat and has shown nothing but contempt for existing process, and he is continuing do do so even now. So enough of your crocodile tears.

    • @dale murray agreed. but you missed the most important word in the constitution’s mandate on impeachment: the house “shall have the ~SOLE~ power” to impeach.
      so no one, not even the prez or his junkies, can determind that the house is doing it all wrong and so can be ignored. that would be utterly ridiculous, as allowing that would nullify the whole procedure and point of impeachment.

  7. Yup I freeze framed 0:00 I am in luv!

  8. Chocoholic 4ever | October 13, 2019 at 12:39 AM | Reply

    When journalists have more courage than most politicians…. Sigh. 🤜🤛 Stay brave!

  9. Florida Born85 | October 13, 2019 at 12:41 AM | Reply

    Oh my she looks amazing in the shirt

  10. Ryan Sproviero | October 13, 2019 at 12:41 AM | Reply

    When I hear him at these rallies I hear Stephen Miller’s voice

  11. The more time he spends golfing and his party rallies the less time he spends bringing down his biggest enemy, the people of the United States. So keep rallying.

  12. “SE Cupp: Republicans have let Trump get away with too much.”
    Nooo, really?

  13. “Policy” is a political myth ; Trump thrives without it

  14. I don’t get how you can say impeachment is unconstitutional when it’s literally in the constitution?

    • YouTube Moderator | October 13, 2019 at 12:06 PM | Reply

      @ham burgler Nah, I’m sure Europe will be fine once the muslims are the voting majority. How could that possibly go wrong.

    • SuperCorrector1 | October 13, 2019 at 12:09 PM | Reply

      @John McCrimmon Then it’s a coup and it’s illegal and the President can fight back. Pro Trump could crush the FBI and all agencies in a few days. You are a nazi communist.

    • John McCrimmon | October 13, 2019 at 12:22 PM | Reply

      @YouTube Moderator a 1000 years later🤔. You obviously can’t count. Sins of the father is continually played out TODAY on a daily basis. Go ask today’s native population how they feel about the “father’s” kids today…ask them how they think the kids are doing..😂
      And you don’t know me make a judgment on my religious beliefs. So you sound imbecilic and deranged all at the same time.

    • ​@YouTube Moderator Then it might help to realize that the vast majority of foreign nationals residing in the US without the right to do so, have entered via ports of entry, usually airports, by means of a visum, and subsequently never to leave again.
      (Same route for psychoactive substances that are ominously labeled “drugs”, that so many US Americans are so fond of nonetheless, the blame for which is then incorrectly attributed to those substances, via routes that are misrepresented, and to people who, at worst, supply for which there is an immense domestic demand to begin with, including King Kook, the Adderall Autocrat, though. Just as an aside.)
      Still, you failed to address the tearing down of the wall of separation that Jefferson also talked about. Bringing up another issue does not answer the issue at hand. It merely acts as a decoy.
      So let’s get back to the wall of separation, and for example the confirmation of federal judges, by the *unanimous* Republican senate majority, of for instance Allison Rushing, on March 6th this year, in the full knowledge that she vehemently favors the recriminalization of homosexuality _because of her religious beliefs._ Would you please explain how this is OK? Also: the ban on abortions that several states reinstated, and the way that both Trump and Pence portrayed this publicly. Do you think that’s OK too, and if so: how?
      The border wall, if it were ever to be built that is, and without a Mexican dime of course, btw, despite Trumps repeated assertions to that effect, probably DOES have a symbolic function, though.

    • YouTube Moderator | October 13, 2019 at 12:34 PM | Reply

      @Arjan Stam I agree. We need to keep track of all visa overstays and deny them visa in the future. Diligence is needed I agree.

  15. Hitler loved to hold rallies, the biggest, perfect, most impressive, fantastic, beautiful rallies ever..(cough)

  16. Wilhelm Sarasalo | October 13, 2019 at 4:12 AM | Reply

    “Nixonian Watergatey” love it.

  17. Thanks CNN.😊 “If He sounds ‘nixonian’, it’s because things are getting downright ‘watergatey’…”😁

  18. Dont feed the lier by giving him air time.He wanted you to show his rally, and of corse you did! stop giving him air time!😎

  19. Oh yes it’s biast but they’re not lying about the facts 😂

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