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Are things changing in the Senate?
As reported by The New York Times:
“It is inappropriate, in my judgment, for senators on either side of the aisle to prejudge the evidence before they have heard what is presented to us, because each of us will take an oath, an oath that I take very seriously to render impartial justice,” Ms. Collins said in an interview with Maine Public Radio that was broadcast Monday. “That’s what it says, impartial justice.”
She specifically referenced remarks from Mr. McConnell, that he would take his cues from the White House, and from Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democrat of Massachusetts and a contender for the Democratic presidential nomination, who openly supported the impeachment of the president.
“There are senators on both sides of the aisle, who, to me, are not giving the appearance of and the reality of judging this in an impartial way,” she said, a sentiment she echoed in a separate interview with News Center Maine, a local television station. Click here to read the rest of the story from The New York Times.
“Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.”
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