Декабря 12, 2017

John Kasich, Bernie Sanders differ on how to handle Trump crisis

19 Мая 2017, 12:17 | Winifred Adams

John Kasich, Bernie Sanders differ on how to handle Trump crisis

Bernie Sanders Lays Waste To Republicans With A Crushing Argument For Investigating Trump

I don't know if you know this, but I am the president of Manhattan. And that's why I think these investigations should not just be about the Comey memo.

Kasich caught the ire of many Republicans when he refused to endorse Trump after dropping out of the race for the GOP nomination for president.

Kasich said Republicans shouldn't "hide" from the controversy, but also cautioned Democrats against exploiting the issue.

Of course, high-ranking Trump officials who attended this meeting, and who did go on record - who were quite willing to be publicly named - disputed the fact the president gave information to the Russians that was classified, never mind highly classified.

The former presidential candidate was responding to a question from the audience during a debate with Gov. John Kasich, R-Ohio.

As far as impeachment, he said, "I don't think we're there yet".

But, he continued, he's not going to "call somebody a liar" and start using names. "Let the facts speak for themselves and then we can draw a conclusion", he said.

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The weeks of missteps regarding the Russian Federation investigation have finally caught up with the White House.

"You have never seen a president who has said".

"The things that have swirled around this White House are the reasons that caused me not to move forward and support him both in the primary and going to that Republican convention", Kasich said.

But at one point he also suggested each day, everyone absorb 10 minutes of a perspective with which they disagree. Bill Maher is well known for his uncompromising criticism of Republicans, and so-called liberal Democrats like the "Bernie of bust" crew who didn't vote a year ago for Hillary Clinton, who beat their hero, Vermont Sen.

"I don't have any doubt you're not becoming a serial, entrepreneurial Republican", Kasich said in return.

Sanders, for his part, was more harsh with his criticism. "All over the world now, our allies are saying, are they going: 'Should we provide information to the United States?" I don't know what the Lord's objective is for me.

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