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Reuters PoliticsOct 22, 2019
U.S. lawmakers, others condemn Trump for 'lynching' comment on impeachment probe
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday again waded into America's fraught racial history by labeling the impeachment inquiry against him a "lynching" - language that conjured memories of decades of killings of thousands of black people - drawing swift bipartisan condemnation.

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Fox PoliticsOct 22, 2019
McConnell chides Trump for calling impeachment inquiry a 'lynching'
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday called President Donald Trump's use of the word "lynching" to describe the House impeachment investigation "unfortunate," even as some Republicans have accused their Democratic colleagues of flagrant hypocrisy on the issue.

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Drudge ReportOct 22, 2019
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The Daily BeastOct 22, 2019
Lindsey Graham Stands Up for Trump: Impeachment Inquiry a ‘Lynching in Every Sense'
Erin Scott/ReutersPresident Donald Trump's shocking comparison of the ongoing impeachment inquiry against him to a "lynching" provoked widespread condemnation from congressional members of both parties on Monday—with the notable exception of Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, who told reporters on Capitol Hill that the investigation into Trump is "a lynching in every sense."

"I think it's pretty well accurate—this is a shame, this is a joke," Graham told a gaggle of reporters on Monday morning. "This is a lynching in every sense. This is un-American. I've never seen a situation in my lifetime as a lawyer where somebody's accused of a major misconduct who cannot confront the accusers, call witnesses on their behalf, and have the discussion in the light of day so the public can judge."

Trump's Monday morning tweet—in which he encouraged Republicans to "remember what they are witnessing here - a lynching"—is the latest escalation in the president's increasingly hyperbolic reactions to the impeachment inquiry, which he has called a "coup," a "scam" and, of course, a "witch hunt."

Read more at The Daily Beast.



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Fox PoliticsOct 22, 2019
Bill Taylor, diplomat who texted concerns about Trump's Ukraine moves, testifies under subpoena
Bill Taylor, a top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, appeared on Capitol Hill for a closed-door deposition Tuesday as part of the Trump impeachment inquiry and amid great interest from lawmakers over his past text messages discussing whether President Trump was engaged in a "quid pro quo" with Ukraine.

Yahoo PoliticsOct 22, 2019
Trump's ‘lynching' tweet draws outrage — and some Republican support
President Trump comparison of the House Democrats' ongoing impeachment inquiry to "a lynching" was promptly condemned by many critics. But three prominent GOP senators came to his defense.


CNN PoliticsOct 22, 2019
McCarthy breaks with Trump over 'lynching' comment: 'I don't agree with that language'
House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy on Tuesday did not endorse President Donald Trump's comparison of the impeachment inquiry to a "lynching," saying, "That's not the language I would use" and "I don't agree with that language, it's pretty simple."

CNN PoliticsOct 22, 2019
The Point: Democrats now have a real chance at winning the Senate in 2020
The political world's focus on the possible impeachment of President Donald Trump by the House has obscured a critical shift in the battle for control of the Senate: Democrats now have a genuine chance at retaking the majority come November 2020.

The Daily BeastOct 22, 2019
Stephen Colbert Mocks Mitt Romney's ‘Embarrassing' Secret Twitter Account
CBSBack in 2012, when he was still playing "Stephen Colbert" on The Colbert Report and Donald Trump was still just a reality-show host, Stephen Colbert spent an inordinate amount of time making fun of Mitt Romney. So it felt like old times Monday night when the Late Show host spent a few minutes mocking the Utah senator's newly-revealed secret Twitter account.

The revelation came from a profile in The Atlantic titled "The Liberation of Mitt Romney," "which I know sounds like a mid-seventies erotic novella," Colbert joked, "but it's actually about Romney's role as a critic of Donald Trump."

Romney wouldn't tell reporter McKay Coppins the name of the account, but did give some hints, like the number of people he follows, including a few late-night comedians. "What's his name, the big redhead from Boston?" Romney said.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

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Yahoo PoliticsOct 22, 2019
Trump compares impeachment inquiry to a 'lynching'
While fuming Tuesday morning about the House Democrats' ongoing impeachment inquiry, President Trump declared the probe a "lynching."

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