WATCH: House Votes To Pass Rules For Impeachment Probe | MSNBC

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The U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution approving procedures for its impeachment inquiry into President Trump, opening a new and public phase of the process. Aired on 10/31/19.
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WATCH: House Votes To Pass Rules For Impeachment Probe | MSNBC

66 Comments on "WATCH: House Votes To Pass Rules For Impeachment Probe | MSNBC"

  1. Good, let’s get this bozo out! Trump – “read the transcript” I did, you definitely had a quid pro quo.

  2. photoshopknight | October 31, 2019 at 1:39 PM | Reply

    Go Nancy!

  3. remember when the GOP standard for ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ was a guy trying to hide an affair.

    • @Rye McKiwi Because he didn’t avoid being questioned about the affair as trump has avoided being questioned about all of the sh** that he has done.

    • they lost on the whistle blower lying or being coached because of the transcript. they lost on the process because they have open hearings and representation. they lost on no quid pro quo because of their own admission. they lost on holding up the money because of testimonies. Now the only thing left will be that it doesn’t count as high crimes and misdemeanors, that’s the last goalpost they can kick it back to- so be ready for that next.


    • Bill Clinton was not impeached for having an affair, He was impeached for lying to Congress under oath

    • E Earnest
      1.Trump has had no affair while in office and that’s not an impeachable offense anyway.
      2. Trump doesn’t have to release his tax returns, that is not a requirement and therefore not an impeachable offense.
      3. Trump has never committed money laundering therefore not an impeachable offense.
      4. Trump never colluded with the Russians your own Mueller investigation proved that there for not an impeachable offense.
      5. Trump never sided with Putin over any correct intelligence agency, your own Mueller investigation proved that therefore not an impeachable offense
      Would love for you to tell me the “so many more” false accusations you can make up and I will glad to call you out on them as well

  4. abu hudhayfah edwards | October 31, 2019 at 1:42 PM | Reply

    Team Open Hearings just unanimously voted against Open Hearings 🤣🤣🤣

  5. RaRa pou nou tout | October 31, 2019 at 1:42 PM | Reply

    justice In A Democracy

    • We live in a “society”.
      The orange man is corrupt.
      Too bad nobody else sees it…
      Except me. There’s another guy I met years ago with green hair and looks like an evil clown. He lives somewhere in Gotham.
      Orange man is such a meme.

  6. Republicans demanded this vote so they could waste more time whining about how they don’t get what they want. They will do/say anything to obstruct the process.

    • Willie Hudson sr | October 31, 2019 at 5:02 PM | Reply

      Kiflaam it’s not….Trump breaking all the laws, now trying to cheat to be re,elected…with Ukraine,, find or create dirt on his oppentes for potus, also if urkrain did that the would show aggression toward USA, which remove them from financial assistance from USA….giving Ukraine to ..putin, can’t fight Soviet Union, w.o USA financial help…..Trump, Dirty,low life person,,,all roads lead to ..PUTIN.

    • Well Rob that’s quite spooky since she is deceased.  I had a dream that I had a whistle and you were the whistle blower.

    • Projectheureka | October 31, 2019 at 6:53 PM | Reply

      @biff binford Soviet style Kangaroo court? LMAAO!

      “…The next day, Robinson followed up his post with a YouTube video for Right Side Broadcasting, an avowedly pro-Trump “news” site that has since been banned from the platform. He reported that a group calling itself Anonymous America had compromised data from voters in twenty states pulled from Hillary Clinton’s phone-banking Web site. In his blog post, Robinson claimed that lifting information from Clinton’s Web site in order to undermine the campaign’s get-out-the-vote efforts wasn’t against the law because the data wasn’t secured. According to Robert Chesney, a law professor at the University of Texas, doing so could be considered a felony under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act…

      In any case, Robinson’s claim is a signal reminder that there are many ways to subvert an election, and not all of them require the machinations of an adversarial nation-state or a President trading foreign aid for dirt on his political rival. As campaigns become increasingly digital, with large troves of personal data collected, stored, and sold for political advantage, there is a growing threat that those tools are becoming fodder for small-time domestic operatives and anti-democratic foreign actors alike.

    • Stupid twats like you get sucked into Party Politics. You are clueless, boring and a waste of space.

  7. Thank you, Madam Speaker. Thank you! Whether republicans choose to fall on their oath and honor to protect Trump, the American people will now hear the truth.

  8. Republicans have officially ABANDONED their oath of office. VOTE THESE BUMS OUT!!!

  9. It’s sickening that so many people would avoid standing up for the truth just to avoid harassment from their co-workers!

  10. 2:02 “…there’s no reason to stick your neck out …’ because, yeah, your oath to the U.S. Constitution is no respectable reason … SMH

  11. When you think that you are above the law this what hsppens !!!!#What a great🎁t to give to Trump🎃🎊

  12. I definitely believe a handful of them all was drinking this morning lol

  13. the people’s voice has been heard–democracy is displayed fairly-you go america !

  14. Batcavesales Batman | October 31, 2019 at 2:30 PM | Reply

    7:42 the moment trump spilled his McFlurry on his kfc

  15. Democrats who did vote against that should be kick out of party

  16. “Vote early and get out.” That’s so disheartening to hear. Congress is full of cowards.

    • milkmoneydunny | November 1, 2019 at 4:16 AM | Reply

      @Gregory Reimer – Prove your point. Sounds like a typical far right extremists Lazy Talking Point to all objective people. Do you think for yourself? Then explain this statement you a t like is a fact. Can’t win in the next election, that’s what trump says to people who just believe anything he says and repeat it like it’s true. If you are not a mindless gopher, then explain what suggests the Democrats can’t win next election. Can you explain your point and back it with facts/proof? Or are just a lemming saying what you are ordered to say? Polls? Approval rating? Last election? Where do you get this “fact” from?

    • Democrats in Chicago under Daley had a 1960s slogan…”vote early….vote often”…nothing has changed!

  17. Puttentane Same | October 31, 2019 at 4:15 PM | Reply

    ‘Perfect Pattycake with Putin’ votes have been duly noted, GOP + 2 Dem comrades…

  18. No Republican Yeas??? Disgusting.

  19. There you have it: “Nays” have sent the clear signal that they are pleased to be in the camp run by a former KGB man. Congrats, oh tea party patriots.

  20. Man why can’t we have the guy from England yelling “orrrrrder orrrrder” we are so boring

    • Peaches Williams | October 31, 2019 at 8:16 PM | Reply

      😂🤣😂🤣, I love that

    • Wolfsong Moondancer | November 1, 2019 at 7:41 AM | Reply

      @ Zar O He retired . Besides, how can you call this government boring? Dump45 keeps everyone on their toes with his doings, globaly. If that is not enough entertainment, I don’t know what is.

    • @Wolfsong Moondancer the English guy retired? I just saw him on parliament the other day ….. Lately our government has been interesting but definitely not in the past.

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