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From: Meta (DigYourGig) Posted by hostNov-20 12:03 PM 
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From: Meta (DigYourGig) Posted by hostNov-20 12:13 PM 
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More than anything else, the testimony that Trump and Giuliani wanted Ukraine to merely announce investigations not to do them shows that this was for Trump's political benefit, not out of any concern for "corruption." This is bombshell testimony, and after Sondland is done, I wouldn't be surprised if top Republicans don't pay the president a visit and advise him to resign.

 

 
From: Hector442 Posted by hostNov-20 1:09 PM 
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Almost equally important, Sondland clearly articulated that Trump was directing all the negotiations.  No one went rogue.  No one said anything to president Zelensky or any Ukrainian official unless under orders from Trump or with Trump's explicit approval.  It was a quid pro quo in plain sight. 

Even better, Sondland made it clear that Pence was in the loop of those running the extortion campaign.

  • Edited November 20, 2019 1:17 pm  by  Hector442
 

 
From: Knotpicky (RUTA)Nov-20 4:14 PM 
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Meta (DigYourGig) said:

More than anything else, the testimony that Trump and Giuliani wanted Ukraine to merely announce investigations not to do them shows that this was for Trump's political benefit, not out of any concern for "corruption."

I thought that was obvious from the start. Over and over, Trump insisted that Zelensky announce an investigation, and even wrote the wording (Trump or Giuliani did). Announcing an investigation, even when none is actually planned, would give Trump ammunition against Biden in case Biden is the Democratic nominee. Pure selfish political aims, corrupt aims, and definitely impeachable. The corruption is Trump's, not the Bidens'.

 

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