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Lawyer who helped block whistleblower complaint from Congress to resign

The top intelligence community lawyer whose initial decision to block the Ukraine whistleblower complaint from reaching Congress helped set off the House impeachment inquiry, will resign from his post, a spokesperson for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence confirms to CNN.

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DOJ officials slam Bolton's reason for not testifying

Former National Security adviser John Bolton was asked, during a public appearance at Duke University, why he didn't speak out about President Donald Trump's July 2019 phone call with Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky at the heart of his impeachment.

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Washington Post: Feds advanced Giuliani investigation as impeachment wrapped

Federal prosecutors in New York have advanced their investigation into President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, pursuing more documents and witness testimonies while the Justice Department simultaneously accepts information from the former New York mayor on Ukraine, according to The Washington Post.

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Analysis: 9 exhausting days of Trump's post-impeachment rage

It's easy to forget how crazy this is. Every week of Donald Trump's presidency has felt like its own self-contained saga, but even by those dramatic standards, it's almost incomprehensible that his impeachment acquittal was only nine days ago.

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Manchin: The President is not a king

Perhaps the most dangerous claim made during the Senate impeachment trial was the false assertion that the President can do no wrong, that he is above the law, and if it is good for his reelection, then it is good for the country. Make no mistake, no president is a king. That is not who we are as Americans.

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Trump contradicts past denials, admits sending Giuliani to Ukraine

Emboldened after his impeachment acquittal, President Donald Trump now openly admits to sending his attorney Rudy Giuliani to Ukraine to find damaging information about his political opponents, even though he strongly denied it during the impeachment inquiry.

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Dems must stop pretending the US is a dictatorship

So far, 2020 has brought a dose of sobriety for the Democratic Party: the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump gained little viewership, while the President's approval ratings hit a personal record high. Even more troubling is the turnout in last week's Iowa caucuses. One would expect the prospect of voting out Trump to bring record-shattering numbers of energized Democrats to the polls. Instead, the turnout was lower than expected, an ominous sign for what's to come.

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