At least not in the Senate.
Giuliani's indicted associate flatly contradicted more of team Trump's explanation about what they were going after in Ukraine.
“It’s perversion,” President Trump bellowed from the stage, blasting Democrats as “a bunch of fools.”
Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman met with the CEO of a state-owned gas giant in a bid to broker U.S. gas exports to Ukraine.
“President Trump's persistent and continuing effort to coerce a foreign country to help him cheat to win an election is a clear and present danger to our free and fair elections, and to our national security.”
If Democrats want to actually remove Trump from office — or cause Republicans to suffer politically for defending him — they’re going to need to up their game.
And they have receipts.
“The president did it,” said Rep. Denny Heck as the curtain fell on the hearings Thursday afternoon. “The only question that remains is, what will we do?”
“This is exactly what the Russian government was hoping for.”
“Ready? Do you have the cameras rolling?” Trump asked reporters, reading from hand-scribbled notes of the interaction.
If Sondland is telling the truth, then Pence knew much more than he has admitted.
Ambassador Volker, the former U.S. envoy to Ukraine, showed little interest in entertaining the GOP's Biden talking points.