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From The White House – 12/17/2019

Schumer’s Hail Mary Bid to Save Dems’ Disastrous Impeachment Drive

“Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer knows his House colleagues bungled their ‘impeachment inquiry’ so badly that they managed to shift public opinion markedly against removing the president. So he’s hoping for a do-over,” the New York Post editorial board writes.

“In other words: do more fishing in hopes of getting something that might damage President Trump.” Here’s the problem: “Schumer is simply supposed to be part of the jury, along with the other 99 senators — and jurors don’t decide the witness list.”

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MORE: “Support falls for Trump’s impeachment, removal from office: CNN poll”

James Comey has finally admitted some ‘sloppiness’ over the surveillance warrant for former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.” But mere incompetence doesn’t seem to explain it. “Crossfire Hurricane was among the most politically fraught investigations in recent American history,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes.

“The stock market has been unstoppable under the influence of President Trump. The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed 28,332.74 on Monday, meaning it has rallied 10,000 points, or more than 54 percent, since Trump’s election victory on November 8, 2016.” The S&P 500 is up more than 46 percent, Jonathan Garber writes in Fox Business.

“President Trump’s United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is finally up for a vote this week — just in time for Christmas.” After a long delay from House Democrats, the NAFTA replacement will mean more high-paying jobs and lower prices on many goods, Heritage Foundation President Kay Coles James writes in The Washington Times.

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