Morning Greatness: Democrat House Lawyers Looking for More Impeachment Material

Good Tuesday morning.

Here is what’s on the president’s agenda today:

  • The president participates in a video teleconference with members of the military

The House is prepared to impeach Trump…again

Wow, Impeachment 2: Electric Bugaloo.

House Counsel Douglas Letter said in a filing in federal court that a second impeachment could be necessary if the House uncovers new evidence that Trump attempted to obstruct investigations of his conduct. Letter made the argument as part of an inquiry by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals into whether Democrats still need testimony from former White House counsel Don McGahn after the votes last week to charge Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

The filing relates to a court case involving Don McGahn. The House Democrats are claiming that even though they have already impeached the president, or rather voted to impeach the president, that does “not render moot the legal fight over McGahn.” And whatever they find on that fishing expedition, and they will find something, they will impeach again.

The Trump DoJ argued that there is no urgency to the McGahn case because the House has already impeached.

Democrat House lawyers have said they will continue their investigation into President Trump even after the House already voted to impeach the president.

Impeachment follies
Quick Decision In McGahn Subpoena Case Will Trap Courts In Political Power Contest, DOJ Warns
House counsel suggests Trump could be impeached again
Hunter Biden allegedly linked to multiple criminal probes
‘If they’re investigating me, they’re a–holes’: Giuliani rips Manhattan US attorney’s office
House Dems raise prospect of new impeachment articles, in court battle over McGahn testimony
Text messages reveal former golfer’s role in Ukraine scandal

Other morsels:
Ilhan Omar Celebrates Passage of Legislation She Voted Against
Christianity Today again slams Trump, raises issue of ‘unconditional loyalty’
Washington Post publisher labels Khashoggi killers’ trial a ‘sham’
House panel opens investigation into immigrant detainees’ medical care
Republican group to run ads in target states demanding testimony from White House officials in Trump impeachment trial
Democrats Seek To Outlaw Suburban, Single-Family House Zoning, Calling It Racist And Bad For The Environment
Virginia Sheriff Chad Cubbage: ‘My Staff And I Stand Ready To Protect The Citizens Of Page County From Their Rights Being Infringed Upon’
Former Hawaii governor calls on Tulsi Gabbard to resign
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Donald Trump is afraid of ‘strong women, of Latino women’
CNN’s Brian Stelter omits ABC News’ spiked Jeffrey Epstein exposé from his ‘top media stories’ of 2019
Iran starts new development on heavy water nuclear reactor, official says
At least 5 US airports have exposed travelers to measles, health officials warn
Because Eddie Murphy is funny? Eddie Murphy’s return was SNL’s most-watched show in years
Maryland lawmaker who resigned last week accepted over $33,000 in bribes, prosecutors say
A government watchdog said US bomb-sniffing dogs were dying overseas — and then found even more had died
WTF. Someone is shooting horses to death in Kentucky and the number is now up to 20
Two new Epstein accusers have come forward in lawsuit against his estate
An entire Louisiana town was dusted with holy water for Christmas
Report: Popular UAE chat app ToTok a government spy tool

And that’s all I’ve got, now go get ready for Christmas!

About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

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