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Here's What's Next for the Impeachment Inquiry
November 22, 2019
Political journalist Erin Delmore breaks down next steps for the impeachment inquiry now that the public hearings phase has come to a close.
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Dec 31, 2019
House Investigators Get More Impeachment Evidence Ahead of Trial
Sam Koppelman, senior speechwriter at Fenway Strategies and co-author of "Impeach: The Case Against Donald Trump," joins Cheddar to discuss Giuliani associate Lev Parnas' decision to hand over data to House impeachment investigators.
Dec 30, 2019
Pres. Trump Tweet Allegedly Exposes Whistleblower, Defying Federal Protection Laws
Alex Daugherty, reporter for the Miami Herald, joins Cheddar to discuss the latest on the impeachment inquiry after President Trump allegedly identified the CIA whistleblower that launched the case.
Dec 30, 2019
President Trump Retweets Link Naming Alleged CIA Whistleblower
President Trump may have unmasked the intelligence officer who set the impeachment process against him in motion. Trump retweeted a tweet that allegedly contains the name of the CIA whistleblower who raised concerns Trump's phone call with the Ukranian president. While it is not illegal for the president to oust the whistle blower's identity, there are federal protections to keep a whistleblower anonymous and safe. John Kostyack, Executive Director at the National Whistleblower Center, joined Cheddar to discuss.