Rudy Giuliani came out firing Tuesday night on “The Ingraham Angle” cutting right to the heart of the matter.
Remember, Trump had every single GOP candidate doing massive op-research to try to take him down when he became a threat.
That is where the Steele Dossier started – the GOP gave him a virtual colonoscopy only to be followed the Clinton’s doing an even more thorough vetting of Trump.
Then he had Mueller do the same and the SDNY who only charged Michael Cohen. Look, if there was something there you would think they would have it by now. But they don’t.
“I’ve never had a client that’s been cleared three times. Once is usually enough, twice is ridiculous, three times?! He didn’t collude with the Russians, he didn’t obstruct justice. Get over it,” said Giuliani shaming Adam Schiff and the House Dems for mounting more investigations of Trump.
From Sean Hannity:
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani called-out Congressional Democrats this week for their non-stop efforts to impeach President Trump; telling far-left lawmakers to “get over it” and move on.
“I’ve never had a client that’s been cleared three times. Once is usually enough, twice is ridiculous, three times?! He didn’t collude with the Russians, he didn’t obstruct justice. Get over it,” said Giuliani.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler confirmed his office has launched “formal impeachment proceedings” against President Trump this week; adding Democrats are investigating “all the evidence” contained in the Mueller Report and beyond.
“This is formal impeachment proceedings,” Nadler told CNN. “We are investigating all the evidence, gathering the evidence. And we will [at the] conclusion of this — hopefully by the end of the year — vote to vote articles of impeachment to the House floor. Or we won’t. That’s a decision that we’ll have to make. But that’s exactly the process we’re in right now.”
“The fact is, we are doing an investigation. We are investigating the facts, investigating the evidence,” Nadler said. “We are going into court to get witnesses all with a view toward deciding and recommending to the House whether to impeach the president.”