MSNBC host Ari Melber is not convinced that Democrats made a strong enough case to support at least one of the articles of impeachment against President Trump during their arguments in front of the Senate.
Melber focused on Article II: Obstruction Of Congress, which states “Donald J. Trump has directed the unprecedented, categorical, and indiscriminate defiance of subpoenas issued by the House of Representatives pursuant to its ‘sole Power of Impeachment.'”
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Melber said: “But on the obstruction of Congress, the Democrats are arguing that basically something that began three months before they actually voted to impeach should now be resolved by the removal of the President. And in every other case, including Nixon, we know the rule has been the President is allowed to fight within the law, is allowed to deny, and yes…’defy’ all the way up and until the Supreme Court, which takes often more than a year.”
“So, is there enough evidence to support the immediate removal of the President three months and you’re gone as a precedent?” he questioned.
“I haven’t seen them land that. I haven’t seen the Democrats provide enough evidence yet to convict on Article Two,” he declared. Video Below