@DevinNunes melts in his chair as @ericswalwell earns a keg of beer for calling out Nunes and reading into the record reports that name Nunes as a co-conspirator alongside Ukrainian con artist Lev Parnas.
So just curious @DevinNunes. Why did you refuse to look up even once during @ericswalwell's statement linking you? Were you embarrassed... or just guilty? A guilty person would usually keep from making eye contact.
Lev Parnas, an indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani, helped arrange meetings and calls in Europe for Rep. Devin Nunes in 2018, Parnas’ lawyer Ed MacMahon told @woodruffbets.
Replying to @gregolear: Again I repeat my prediction: Nunes will serve more time in prison than any other Trump associate.
Protip: If you want to be the nominee and standard bearer of the Democratic Party, it's probably not a good idea to constantly attack the Democratic Party. 🤷🏽♂️
Replying to @AdamParkhomenko: perfect subtweet
Some of Trump's defenders have accused Lt. Col. Vindman—a Purple Heart recipient—of disloyalty to country.
I asked Dr. Hill, a fellow immigrant, her response to these scurrilous attacks:
"This is a country of immigrants... This is what, for me, really does make America great."
Asked what he made of Sondland’s testimony, Kevin McCarthy says, “I think it was very clear. There was no quid pro quo.”
Today’s front page:
The Democrat and US Air Force Veteran running against Kevin McCarthy is @KimMangone
Former NSC Russia and Europe expert Fiona Hill puts her finger precisely on the source of the #NunesNonsense we've heard in these #ImpeachmentHearings and from Republicans in general for the last three years.
Will the GOP put country over party?
Under Secretary Hale just did what Pompeo refused to do. He said, under oath, that what happened to Ambassador Yovanovitch “was wrong.” What Trump did to her “was wrong.” What Trump had Giuliani do to her “was wrong.” I’ll add, Pompeo’s refusal to support her “was wrong.”
Thank you to Under Secretary David Hale for saying what Secretary Pompeo refuses to say: that Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was “an exceptional officer doing exceptional work,” who did not deserve the cruel smear campaign the President launched against her.