Andrew McCabe: Dems Have a Heavy Burden To Carry in Terms of Convincing America That Impeachment Is a Righteous Process

‘The odds of them convincing the Senate to remove the president even if they pass articles of impeachment are long under any circumstances’

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MCCABE: “All good questions. You’re right that the Democrats have a huge burden to carry right now in terms of convincing the American people that they are onto something righteous and real and proven and convincing their colleagues in the Senate. The odds of them convincing the Senate to remove the president even if they pass articles of impeachment are long under any circumstances. But it seems that the Congress is taking the principled stance, that is they think that this president has placed our constitution under assault, he has challenged their oversight, he’s challenged the subpoenas, he’s challenged their ability to move forward and hold him accountable and they’re going to do their job and go forward with this inquiry and return those articles of impeachment if in fact they think they’re there. At that point they’ve met their responsibilities under the Constitution and good for them.”

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