Rove: If Juliani represents Trump in Senate impeachment trial, chances of confidence increase

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Rowe said during “Fox News Sunday” that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Michelle McConnellbert resigns amid communications director Capital Riot: Senate Democrats report nixing filmbusters and more urging for new voting rights billThe statement on the trial (R-Ky.), In which he did not direct Senate Republicans to vote against the conviction, is “a sign that every Republican senator needs to take it seriously.”

“I think it’s all going to boil down to the president’s defense,” Rowe said.

“Rudy Giuliani was a very poor course in the morning papers,” Rowe said, pointing to attorneys commenting that the president could not have instigated the deadly riots in the Capitol earlier this month because of his disproportionate election robbery The claims were true. The House last week impeached Trump over his role in the riots, making him the only president to impeach twice.

The logic of electoral fraud, Rowe noted on Sunday, has been rejected by more than 50 courts “including some Trump appointments”.

A Giuliani defense, he said, “increases the chances of Republicans over 17 voting for punishment.”

Giuliani also told ABC News that he is working on defending Trump’s impeachment and that the presidential mob could not be provoked because they did not march to the Capitol immediately after his speech at the rally.

“You must be walking out. You have to get people out of that frozen speech to walk to the Capitol, and it’s basically provocative,” he said.

The former New York mayor spoke at the same rally and asked for a “trial by combat”.

“I am willing to stake my reputation, the president is willing to stake his reputation, on the fact that we are going to find criminality [in the election], “He said at the time.

Speaking to The Hills’ Brett Samuels last week, Giuliani said the term was a reference to the HBO series “Game of Thrones” and not a literal call to violence.


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