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Jerry Nadler Warns Senate: Don’t ‘Participate in the President’s Crimes By Covering Them Up’

Mediaite Wednesday, 15 January 2020
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) warned senators not to “participate in the president’s crimes by covering them up,” Wednesday, after claiming that the “Senate is on trial as well” as President Donald Trump. “There is an overwhelming case, beyond any reasonable doubt that the president betrayed the country by withholding federal funds appropriated […]
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