House Dems Are ENRAGED After Hope Hicks’ Testimony

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CNN hoped for a blockbuster story today after Hope Hicks testified behind closed doors. They said she no longer returns some of the President’s calls, which is probably a total and complete lie. They are now very angry that nothing came of her testimony and they’re calling her the “Forrest Gump of the Trump White House.”

The President exercised executive privilege over her testimony, which is his right to do.

Democrats are reportedly ENRAGED. ENRAGED, I TELL YOU. They think they are the only ones in D.C. with power. Well, surprise!

Some Dems now want to start impeachment proceedings for obstruction.

CNN correspondent Manu Raju reported earlier [her testimony is over] that Dems not happy so far with Hope Hicks appearance. Karen Bass told me “it’s pretty ridiculous” WH counsels are objecting to any questions about her time at the WH, as Nadler goes one-by-one through the questions. Nadler made clear to Hicks and the WH that he views this as “absurd”

Ted Lieu, the hard-left ranter of the House, is furious but seems to forget that is what every one of Hillary’s people did with no objections from Democrats at that time.

We are watching the goose-gander rights in action.

According to Democrat Rep. Ted Lieu (CA), Hope Hicks even refused to answer where her office was located in the White House. 😂😂😂😂😂

Democrats are trying to say the President is hiding something. He gave an unprecedented amount of information to Mueller and he has the right to assert executive privilege. When Hillary’s staff refused to answer any questions, there wasn’t a peep out of these Democrats and she wasn’t the President.

Trump Made Some Legitimate Comments on Twitter and the Media Is Reporting He’s LASHING OUT [The Hill]!

This is ridiculous. There is nothing crazy about what he is saying here.


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RJ
RJ
3 years ago

The dem/communists have gone around the bend on this they are gunny bag nuts just plumb crazy.

Thinker Prime
Thinker Prime
3 years ago

The law is long settled on this. Presidents could not get an unbiased full range of advice if every word every colleague and advisor was taped and public or the equivalent if all of it could be forced out in testimony under oath. Hence the Supreme Court has upheld the right of executive privilege as a necessary concomitant for the Executive to function.

I wonder if the Congress would be ok to have every conversation they have with one another or their advisors made public.

The law is crystal clear that they cannot force Hicks or any other direct Presidential advisor or colleague to testify to conversations with the President under oath or not under oath.

Don McCoy
Don McCoy
3 years ago

GOOD! Beyond time to stop cooperating with Dems. They had more shots at Trump than is reasonable. Their own investigation proved him innocent. GO AWAY LOSERS! LOL! MAGA!

hooligan
hooligan
3 years ago

it can only be “obstruction of justice” if a crime has been committed. inventing a crime with no evidence and no relevance to the due process of law, cannot be “obstruction”. the only charge that could be brought here is the one of “frivolous mischeief” being brought by the howler monkeys of the house and senate. a cure might be for all of them to “get a dog”, but that would be cruel and unusual punishment to the dog.

Thinker Prime
Thinker Prime
3 years ago
Reply to  hooligan

And the President cannot be convicted of a crime is the President is merely exercising executive authorities granted to him in the Constitution. The Congress does not have the power to pass laws contravening the Constitution or limiting Constitutional powers. If they want to change the Constitution they have to amend it by the processes laid out in the Constitution. Trump is head of the Executive Branch and can fire any executive branch employee for any reason he wants. As head of the executive branch Trump is the head of the DOJ and every other executive department and is free to tell them to do what he wants them to do. If they disagree they are free to resign.

M Allen
M Allen
3 years ago

Enraged poodles, yapping at the mailman or anything else, in this instance Hope Hicks. I like to try and work them up even more.