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'Lying gave the Kremlin a hold over him': Leading Dem says there's 'proof' Russia had leverage against Trump

A leading Democrat was on Meet the Press Sunday morning asking cleverly-phrased “questions” about whether the Kremlin has a hold over President Trump.


Keep in mind, this is Rep. Jerry Nadler, who is in line to become the next chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.

Remember that time Democrats wanted voters to believe that they weren’t going to go straight for impeaching Trump if they won back the House?

That was a good one.

January is now a month away.

And it looks as if the impeachment argument against the 45th president is set to begin based on this line:  “It may be.”

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