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Kyle Cheney, congressional reporter for Politico, talks about the evidence accumulating in the Donald Trump impeachment inquiry from willing witnesses even as the Trump administration tries to discourage anyone from participating. Aired on 10/15/19.
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77 Comments on "Trump Impeachment Inquiry Banks Evidence As Witnesses Testify | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC"

  1. Under trump the swamp is now an ocean

    • An Abomination | October 16, 2019 at 11:15 AM | Reply

      @oltedders so according to my 2 minutes of reading, youre 75% right. Its a wet prairie and during the wet season, a slow moving river indeed flows through it. Youre right that its not a swamp, but i do think that parts of it are swampy during the dry season. That may not be the case, but im using the term as an adjective, rather than a noun in this case,so i believe it to be fair. Much similarly, a bayou is apparently a slow moving creek, which may also include swampy sections and they usually exist as part of a lake system, so i guess the term swamp is rather nebulous and the term swampy will often be found to be more accurate as a descriptor of sections of lakes, wet prairies, or possibly even a bayou. I do believe swampy areas are low lying wetlands that are forested, specifically. That’s the most specific information i cared to find regarding how one would define swamps. I hope this all sounds agreeable and i appreciate you teaching me something new and giving me a reason to further my use of vocabulary in ways I simply had never considered. I always thought swamp was best used as a noun, but most wetlands/creeks/ponds/etc… seem to have portions that are swampy, if they are forested. The things you learn from other people. Much obliged, my friend.

    • @An Abomination
      That’s a good question for me. I will have to find out what the definition of a bayou is. I had heard about the everglades many years ago. Because it is so wide it was unknown what the true nature of it was. I believe they found out when the Corp of Army Engineers tried to “drain the swamp” as it were. Thank you for your kind response. It is appreciated.

    • @An Abomination
      Thank you so much for doing the “legwork” on this research. It is such an interesting subject.

    • Albert Rodgers | October 16, 2019 at 12:03 PM | Reply

      Are you kidding. The only good Democrat is Candice Owens.

  2. *You can’t fix STUPID but as least they can be identified by the ‘hats’ 👍*

  3. More truth tellers will come forward and more evidence will become public. It is inevitable.

  4. They keep falling like flies…once a thug, always a thug

  5. Who thought Bolton would be the good guy? I didn’t…

  6. clean blacc sneakas | October 16, 2019 at 3:23 AM | Reply

    Is there laws or not? Doesn’t seem like it .why all this lengthy confusion

    • @Tony H Dude, where are your facts? Just watch ANY news besides fox and you will see exactly what is the truth. It is coming out and you cannot deny it any longer, as much as you magas try. Now please, GO AWAY!

    • @Tony H cultist lunatic

    • margaret ayala | October 16, 2019 at 10:28 AM | Reply

      @blueserman1 Tiny Tony is a Russian bot.

    • Jeffrey Photonboy | October 16, 2019 at 10:38 AM | Reply

      @Tony H ,
      You are way off base. You are overlooking that the call where Trump says “..do us a favor though” makes it clear what he means by that and yes, it’s quid pro quo. More importantly there’s a tonne of evidence leading up to the call that people knew it was ILLEGAL. There’s also the removal of the Ambassador to the Ukraine solely to get her out of the way because she won’t abide the corruption… as to the VOTE being required that’s just not true; the Republicans want to create a dog and pony show out of this like they’ve done before which is why they want a vote to force some of this to be more public. Also, the whistleblower and other people need to testify initially behind closed doors so that the wrongdoers don’t know exactly what was said so that they can avoid giving information; it’s common practice… how is the Whistleblower a partisan when you don’t know who he is? Sigh….

      On top of all this people are currently DYING because Trump ordered troops pulled out of Syria in a tweet without informing or consulting ANYBODY including the military. He gave a win to Russia, Turkey and Iran. He showed the USA to be untrustworthy by abandoning the Kurds. He allowed ISIS and others to spread. If you can defend his actions then you truly have no idea what’s going on.

  7. I think the Russians are actually surprised how long Trump lasted…

    • “If I don’t read the report then it’s not true!”

      *Trump Supporter logic*

    • Roy Chang — What are you talking about?? I’M not Russian.

    • @Jimmy Phillips — So, because Josie Fox (who is from The U.K.) says she’s surprised at “how long Trump [has] lasted” (and who, with a half a brain, isn’t?), this means that she is trying to influence the election? Really?? And who are the replacements that she should welcome?

  8. Alice's Rabbit | October 16, 2019 at 3:25 AM | Reply

    LMFAO. So many “innocent” people running around scared and doing all they can to hide.

  9. It is comporting to know that there are plenty of career federal officials that posses a high level of integrity and courage.

  10. Immediate HANDCUFFS onto Subpoena Refusers!!!!

    • @Holski77 Well crap! Now they are saying they are not voting for impeachment!!!! DAMMIT!!!!

    • Gary Smith no they don’t have to vote to start an inquiry. The republicans are saying that until the house votes on this inquiry they will not comply! Nancy is saying the constitution says the house can conduct impeachment proceedings as they see fit.

    • @Holski77 Heck no, don’t send them to a hotel. If my tax payer dime has to pay for something I’d prefer it goes to putting behinds in jail. I agree completly with sentence two although I’m not clear what would prevent someone in the Pentagon from going to jail for ignoring subpoenas.

    • What ever happened to the person, who sent an anonymous letter to the new York times

  11. Yeah, we’ll get the three amigos. Jail is coming. But we all want Ghouliani and tRump – the Abbott and Costello of crime.

  12. If the deal was worst than a drug deal the punishment should be treated as such.

  13. I bet Micheal Cohen is VERY happy he’s in jail right now and wasn’t being flexed around with Rudy for this DOOZY !

    • Willie Hudson sr | October 16, 2019 at 8:40 AM | Reply

      mook5tar yes, he would have sent.COHEN. to Ukraine,,,, he better off where he at.. NOW let,s see how much trouble ,TRUMP. get. AG..BARR IN😂😂

    • Doing the right thing has it’s advantages. Michael will live a good life while the rest of them are rotting in prison.

    • Michael can show him the ropes when Rudy shows up for his stay at the Hilton Federal Prison.

    • There’s no question that Cohen, however miserable his situation might be, has been enjoying some real satisfaction lately.

    • Cohen will be free when these clowns enter prison then he can laugh and wave on the way out.

  14. William Dunlop | October 16, 2019 at 5:44 AM | Reply

    Christ Yosemite Sam calling somebody else a hand grenade – the lord does indeed work in mysterious ways !

  15. John Bolton did say he will have his day when he was unceremoniously kicked out of office. *gets popcorn*

  16. If he applies coercion to a country to get what he wants, imagine what he is doing to government officials who are visibly terrified to say anything negative about him. Thanks to the brave ones who are showing ethics and an INDEPENDENT MIND that put country before corruption. 👏

  17. Rondalyn Reynolds | October 16, 2019 at 7:04 AM | Reply

    I’m glad the VP has put himself in a position to resist. He can can go the way of the orange moron.

    • Squirlly Squirl | October 16, 2019 at 10:01 AM | Reply

      I am so glad he is pulling the same crap, two birds with 1 stone!!

    • snowflake liberal | October 16, 2019 at 10:02 AM | Reply

      Absolutely. I would loooooove to see anybody thats disregarded the duties of the office because they have an allegiance to their party first, go down in this but, if those two can start the dominos tumblin, I’ll take it.

    • Mathias Wennberg | October 16, 2019 at 12:18 PM | Reply

      This shows how utterly selfish Trump is. Any other president would keep his vp far away from the scandal to save the presidency for their party. But Trump only care about himself so he throws his vp under the bus in an effort to save himself

    • Pence is going down too. He can try to play innocent and “Christian” all he want he’s as corrupt as Trump.

    • @Squirlly Squirl “Mother” will be talking to he man behind glass.

  18. Elaine Brooksbank | October 16, 2019 at 7:22 AM | Reply

    Looks like Giuliani’s lawyer has more respect for his law licence than to join his ex-client in the mire.

  19. This is exposing the corruption by the so called elite who think everyone else is disposable trash.

    • It’s worse than that. For years tRump was rejected by the elites but has always craved their respect (or whatever passes for that in his mind). Now he’s president, he is turning the screws to get the adoration he thinks he deserves. You are right in that we are disposable trash, but it’s anyone who does not worship him, rich or not.

  20. Sandie Hardman | October 16, 2019 at 9:23 AM | Reply

    Finally – “the fertilizer is going to hit the ventilator”.

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