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The Impeachment of Donald Trump
The impeachment of Donald Trump is one of the biggest political stories of our lifetimes. It's a test of whether accountability, election integrity, and the rules of our democracy can withstand the corrupt acts of powerful people. It's also a story that's unfolding at such a break-neck pace, it's absurd. Fortunately, Brian Beutler, Crooked Media's Editor in Chief, lives for this s**t. Join Brian every week as he breaks down the week's most important developments in the impeachment fight with legal, political, and congressional experts to help you figure out how this is all going to end...
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4.7 stars from 1,054 ratings
This is propaganda from the people of the Frankfurt school of ideology. Check out Amazing Polly on YouTube for a greater understanding of circumstances & events 👍👍👍
Florida crossfit man via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/02/20
technical difficulties
lots of p pops. get a good engineer; they’ll fix that for you.
RadioWithPictures via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/01/20
Fantastic show!!
Just flat out brilliant commentary and analysis. Dare I say it but this is the best show from Crooked Media!!
Reversestick via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/31/20
Recent Episodes
With the impeachment of Donald Trump behind us, the most vulnerable Republican senators will now have to explain to their constituents why they voted to conceal evidence of Trump’s guilt, and let him off the hook, and contend with the fact that Mitt Romney, the former leader of their party,...
Published 02/07/20
When Republicans acquit Donald Trump, it’ll mark the end of this impeachment process. Much more importantly it’ll mark the dawning of a brave new world. What kind of America will we live in? And, short of Trump losing the election soundly, will it be possible to go back? Susan Hennessey, Senior...
Published 01/31/20
What if the Senate completes an impeachment trial in a way that deprives the public of the fairness it demands, and plainly violates the oath senators take to do impartial justice? Harvard Law Professor, and host of the Noah Feldman joins host Brian Beutler to discuss the opening of the trial of...
Published 01/24/20
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