Jennifer Rubin: What to do about a disloyal president and a party that supports him – Salt Lake Tribune

Second, without precluding impeachment for this or other conduct, the House should pass a resolution condemning the welcoming of interference, reaffirming the obligation to report such conduct, explaining the necessity of protecting the American people’s right to pick their own leaders (can you believe such a statement is needed?) and setting forth the danger of such influence-peddling schemes that reduce anyone stupid enough to take such a meeting as a pawn of a foreign action. Again, let’s see which Republicans vote against it and on what grounds Senate Republicans object to the most basic reaffirmation of our democratic system.

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