Washington, D.C. – President Donald Trump’s legal team yesterday set the record straight on unsubstantiated media leaks and reminded senators of the consequences of using impeachment to settle policy disputes, Ebony Bowden and Steven Nelson report for the New York Post.
“We live in a constitutional republic where you have deep policy concerns and deep differences that should not be the basis of an impeachment,” attorney Jay Sekulow said.
“Asking a foreign leader to get to the bottom of issues of corruption is not a violation of an oath.”
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“The House of Representatives’ handling of the impeachment of President Donald Trump has inflicted serious damage on America’s constitutional system of government and threatened the very safety of our nation. The partisan nature of this particular impeachment will end up weakening not just Mr. Trump, but the office of the presidency,” Heritage Foundation President Kay Coles James writes in The Washington Times.
President Trump plans to unveil his vision for Middle East peace at a White House event today. The 50+-page blueprint addresses “how to resolve core issues on borders, security and the status of Jerusalem, [and] has been in development since 2017,” Felicia Schwartz and Michael R. Gordon report for The Wall Street Journal.