So, Schiff made an utter fool of himself today.
As NPR’s Scott Simon reports, “Ambassadors serve at the pleasure of the president, and they represent a particular administration's foreign policy. Wasn't President Trump well within his rights to call back his ambassador from the Ukraine?”
It was well within President Trump’s rights to “at his discretion remove an inferior officer whose term is limited by statute, or one appointed with the consent of the Senate.”
Even in Schiff’s opening statement he admitted, “Some have argued that a president has the ability to nominate or remove any ambassador he wants - that they serve at the pleasure of the president - and that is true.”
A Judge rules ISIS Bride not a US Citizen, and 53% of black voters say media is trying to help impeach the president!
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- Poll: 53% of Black Voters, 60% of Other Minority Voters Say Media Are Trying to Help Impeach Trump | CNSNews — Both black voters and other minority voters are more convinced than white voters that most reporters are trying to help impeach President Donald Trump, rather than report the news fairly - with a majority of each of the three groups holding that view - a new Rasmussen Reports survey reveals.
- Hoda Muthana Is Not An American Citizen, Federal Judge Rules — WASHINGTON — A federal judge ruled Thursday that Hoda Muthana, a US-born woman who left the country to join ISIS, is not an American citizen, and therefore the government has no obligation to facilitate her return or that of her 2-year-old son. Judge Reggie Walton said there was sufficient evidence that Muthana had been born while her father, who once represented Yemen in the United Nations, still had diplomatic status in the US.