Trump Lawyer: “Fight Like Hell” Is Ordinary Political Rhetoric that’s Been Used for Hundreds of Years

‘Countless politicians have spoken of fighting for our principles’

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VAN DER VEEN: "The Senate should be extremely careful about the precedent this case will set. Consider the language that the House impeachment article alleges to constitute incitement. If you don’t fight like hell, you’re not going to have a country anymore. This is ordinary political rhetoric that is virtually indistinguishable from the language that has been used by people across the political spectrum for hundreds of years. Countless politicians have spoken of fighting for our principles.”

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