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Top White house Advisor, Kelly Anne Conway would not confirm whether the White house is hoping for a shorter Senate trial after the house of representatives two articles of impeachment against President Trump on Wednesday evening passed, instead the cost compared to this “on a Post-it note.”
Conway said in a presser before the vote that the Senate could have filed a “children’s game” the allegations of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress against Trump”, in contrast to the fleshy ones, not accused of actually in the Constitution, such as treason and bribery, high crimes and misdemeanors,” which he was.
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Still, Conway said, you don’t “have a confirmation for the [a] brief,” trial, ” and added: “I have a confirmation for the full and fair.”
Conway met with members of the Senate to go before the vote, on various aspects of the upcoming trial, including the judge, on the strategy, messaging, public opinion and precedent, she told reporters.
Although you refused to provide specific names of those on Trump’s legal team, would you defend him, you reiterated the White house Counsel Pat Cipollone would be leading the charge.
Conway insisted that Hunter Biden, the 2020 Democratic rivals Joe Biden ‘ s son — asked who Trump allegedly, to look the leaders of the Ukraine and this is the crux of the matter, to testify to the impeachment investigation — in the Senate.
“He is definitely a fact witness here,” she said.
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A staunch defender of Trump, Conway tried to downplay the impact of the impeachment vote, with the President, said he was “doing fine” and instead swivelled night, the Democratic debate scheduled to take place, Thusrday.
To be “if I have a 2020 and a Democrat, I’m hopping mad would,” she added. “You are a debate tomorrow, has anyone notice or care?”