PAC pressures GOP senators to convict Trump in upcoming impeachment trial
PAC pressures GOP senators to convict Trump in upcoming impeachment trial Senate Republicans are struggling to maintain a united front heading into the second impeachment trial of former President Trump. Some say they'll wait to hear the evidence before deciding to convict, while others remain firmly against the trial. Republican Accountability Project chairman Bill Kristol joined CBSN to discuss the future of the GOP, including how to handle members who remain staunch Trump supporters.cbsnews.com
2016 sequel? Trump's old attacks failing to land on Biden
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump stood before a crowd in a state that had once been firmly in his grasp. That moment Wednesday in Iowa, a state Trump won comfortably four years ago but is now seen as competitive, underscored a fundamental challenge facing his reelection campaign: It’s not 2016. The president’s attempts to recycle attacks he used on Hillary Clinton that year have so far failed to effectively damage Democrat Joe Biden. “The president’s message is clear: he has accomplished more for America in 47 months than Joe Biden has in 47 years,” said Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh. “This boils down to a choice between a political outsider who has shaken up Washington and a failed career politician.”The Trump campaign believes it has a viable, if narrow path to victory.