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Publisher Del Beccaro’s Continuing Coverage of the Impeachment Inquiry

Latest Headlines:

Pelosi says leadership won’t pressure moderates to back impeachment

For 3rd time in US history, full House to vote on impeachment of a president

Democratic lawmaker open to pursuing impeachment again if Trump wins in 2020

Republicans consider skipping witnesses in Trump impeachment trial

Trump threatens to have Schiff, Bidens, Pelosi testify in Senate trial as he dares House to impeach

Pelosi calls for articles of impeachment against Trump: ‘No choice but to act’

Writing for Foxnew.com, here are Tom Del Beccaro’s latest columns:

Del Beccaro: Impeachment hearings wrap-up – Top 8 takeaways At the end of the day, it’s hard not to conclude that Democrats knew going into the hearings that they wanted to impeach President Trump regardless of the actual testimony.

Del Beccaro: Impeachment hearings Day 3 – Top 7 takeaways

Del Beccaro: Adam Schiff’s impeachment inquiry is most one-sided in history – A political attack on GOP

Del Beccaro: 7 impeachment hearing takeaways – Plus winners and losers

Del Beccaro: Top 5 impeachment hearing takeaways from Day One

Del Beccaro: Impeachment inquiry – What to expect from Democrats’ pre-trial show (and how Republicans win)

Trump impeachment hearings must include Obama, Bidens – Republicans do your job

Del Beccaro: Republicans must win the impeachment trial – and they can by following these five steps

Del Beccaro: Decoding Democrats’ rush to impeachment

Del Beccaro: Impeachment, Ukraine, Trump and Biden — 10 things you should know – A non-tortured reading of the Trump call transcript indicates that Trump asked for assistance with an ongoing DOJ investigation, which, Andrew McCarthy rightly said, is not a violation of the law. Indeed, there is a treaty between the U.S. and the Ukraine that was signed by President Bill Clinton that is entitled the Treaty with Ukraine on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters. That treaty binds the respective countries to provide “documents, records and other items” to each other upon request.

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