Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell are at loggerheads, and the only ones suffering on account of this are the American people.
The House Speaker, after working swiftly and determinedly to pass two articles of impeachment against President Donald J. Trump simply put the process in park before the congressional holiday break. Without these documents making their mostly-symbolic journey to the higher chamber over which the Senate Majority Leader resides.
McConnell, who’ll be responsible for conducting the Senate trial, has repeatedly and forcefully stated that he will be expecting a swift and vindicating adjudication. Pelosi wants her Senate counterparts to call witnesses. The two have been locked in this dance for weeks now.
Today, Mitch McConnell took a mighty step toward breaking the gridlock.
Who would you vote for if the elections were held today?
Bolton’s sudden emergence as a possible witness was a significant hit to McConnell’s case, and this sudden haste may very well be a symptom of the renewed pressure that he is facing.
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