From Harper’s Weekly Review: House Republicans removed Minnesota representative Ilhan Omar from the Foreign Affairs committee, and the Judiciary committee spent the first hour of a meeting arguing over whether to say the Pledge of Allegiance.
Jerry Nadler and the House Judiciary Committee just released their report entitled “Constitutional Grounds for Impeachment.” It’s 55 pages and I’m reading it right now, suspending all other activities until I finish it.
Lots of people are going nuts on Twitter, for the usual reasons: Why didn’t Jerry Nadler and the Judiciary Committee Dems hold Lewandowski in contempt, have him handcuffed and hauled out of the chambers? And today, when news came that … Continue reading
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