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Donald Trump is the 45th president of the United States of America. Use for questions specific to Donald Trump or his policies. Use with the [united-states] tag.

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That's Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. If Trump is impeached, then the trial will occur in the Senate where Senator McConnell, as the leader of the GOP there, will have the power to shape t …
answered Sep 25 '19 by divibisan
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Since The White House is not in the practice of publishing who the President talks to and what they discuss, we can only speculate at this point, but there are some likely possibilities. The Daily …
answered May 9 '19 by divibisan
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Most anti-war politicians have not, because the withdrawal from Syria does not really represent a real withdrawal or a significant decrease in American military presence in the Middle East. As the A …
answered Oct 17 '19 by divibisan
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Absolutely Not – the White House had ample opportunities to present a defense The House Judiciary Committee gave The White House the opportunity to present a public defense from either Trump or his l …
answered Dec 20 '19 by divibisan
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The New York Times article How the Impeachment Process Works covers most of this. The Constitution does not lay out any set rules for Impeachment. Instead, the Senate itself writes and votes on the ru …
answered Sep 26 '19 by divibisan
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I don’t think anyone really expects it to put a dent in Trump’s support among his hardest-core base, but that’s a minority of the country and their support is not enough to win reelection. Right now …
answered Sep 26 '19 by divibisan
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On July 14th, 2019, President Trump posted series of 3 tweets which targeted Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna S. Pressley of Massachusetts and Rash …
asked Jul 17 '19 by divibisan
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Adam Raymond of New York Magazine explains the CrowdStrike connection in an analysis piece here: Questions About the Trump-Zelensky Memo, Answered CrowdStrike is a U.S.-based cybersecurity firm th …
answered Sep 25 '19 by divibisan
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Recent testimony by Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman, the top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council, has called the below answer into question. Testifying under oath to the House, Col. Vindman …
answered Sep 26 '19 by divibisan
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To me, it's like accusing someone of pressuring someone else and the person supposedly being pressured says they are not being pressured You seem to be missing the whole point of pressuring someo …
answered Oct 23 '19 by divibisan
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While any answer is going to involve some share of opinion, I think Trump’s popularity on this issue comes more from a general sense that he’s willing to stand up to China, rather than any of his poli …
answered Nov 28 '19 by divibisan