Chris Hayes Presents 9 Pieces Of Evidence Of Quid Pro Quo | All In | MSNBC

 

Chris Hayes lays out the nine pieces of evidence that show Trump committed the most elemental form of corruption and bribery. Aired on 11/01/19.
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Chris Hayes Presents 9 Pieces Of Evidence Of Quid Pro Quo | All In | MSNBC

43 Comments on "Chris Hayes Presents 9 Pieces Of Evidence Of Quid Pro Quo | All In | MSNBC"

  1. I hope that Trump does a fireside chat. He’s so dumb he will definitely admit to all charges, commit two more crimes and then trip and fall into the fire.

    • ……and that’s where the Aqua Net kicks in!

    • ahh wishful thinking, what a great way to start your day

    • You’re assuming Trump can accurately read the redacted memo of the call.

    • @ruth depew Here is Trumps accomplishments since your media fails to enlighten you.
      OVER 7 TRILLION ADDED TO THE ECONOMY
      OVER 6 MILLION JOBS ADDED
      #1 ENERGY PRODUCER ON EARTH
      MASSIVE FEDERAL REGULATION CUTS
      ISIS CALIPHATE DESTROYED
      ISIS LEADERS DEAD
      FAIR TRADE DEALS
      NO TPP
      NO PARIS ACCORD
      XL PIPELINE BUILT
      ANWR OPEN
      BIGGEST TAX CUTS IN HISTORY
      USMCA
      US SPACE FORCE
      2 CONSERVATIVE SUPREME COURT JUSTICES
      VA REFORM
      THE WALL & MILITARY ON THE BORDER
      EMBASSY TO JERUSALEM
      EDUCATION REFORM
      LOWEST UNEMPLOYMENT NUMBERS IN HISTORY
      CHINA, RUSSIA, CUBA, NORTH KOREA AND IRAN ON THE RUN
      OBAMAS LEGACY ERASED
      NO COLLUSION
      NO OBSTRUCTION
      NO QUID PRO QUO
      DEMOCRATS RESISTED EVERYTHING
      HES GOT MY VOTE.
      STAY WOKE ROFLMAO

  2. And yet the GOP still refuse to acknowledge it as a crime…

    Vote these crooks and failures as human beings out ASAP.

  3. Ya mon Da Troll | November 2, 2019 at 12:29 AM | Reply

    Yes… squid pro row… But seriously, I hope Trump continues to attack Republican Senators, in hope that it provokes some of them to do their sworn duty to uphold the constitution.

    • Nathan Hamberg | November 2, 2019 at 2:28 AM | Reply

      and yet all Republicans voted against impeachment in the house

    • Ya mon Da Troll | November 2, 2019 at 4:30 AM | Reply

      @Nathan Hamberg – They like it when he publicly humiliates them and brings shame to their party, very masochistic.

    • Pertinent Prick | November 2, 2019 at 5:05 AM | Reply

      It won’t make them do anything. He can attack them all day long and they’ll act like a beaten wife that just can’t leave.
      “I’m sorry baby, please don’t be mad, I won’t do it again” – Congress to Trump

  4. Oracle Frequency Podcast | November 2, 2019 at 12:33 AM | Reply

    Chris has been excellent in these live crowd breakdowns.

  5. A quid pro quo is NOT required by law: it’s illegal to merely SOLICIT help from a foreign country in a US election. In fact, the quid pro quo is INHERENT in the mere sollicitation: the person soliciting the help obviously needs to give the country a reason to help = quid pro quo…

    That being said, bribery is an impeachable offense.

    Conclusion: Dump has probably committed (at least) two impeachable offenses:
    1) Soliciting Ukraine’s help for the election (such solicitation is illegal -> Congress can, and most probably will, decide that it’s impeachable)
    2) Bribing Ukraine (bribery is specifically mentioned in the US Constitution as an impeachable offense)

    EDIT: PS. Why do you think said solicitation, with the inherent quid pro quo, is illegal?
    The candidate in the election for which foreign help is solicited becomes tied to (dependent on) the foreign country, tie (dependence) which undermines the candidate’s independence, hence power, if he/she is elected. By repercussion, the US’ independence, hence power, is compromised – and thereby the US is weakened. Is that what you want, Dumpsters?

    • Renee Connolly | November 2, 2019 at 1:28 AM | Reply

      Except that at the core of the months long efforts of the president and the shadow intelligence/foreign policy group was EXTORTION/blackmail – not bribery/solicitation.

    • @Renee Connolly The legal terms are solicitation and bribe.

  6. Ronald Zannini | November 2, 2019 at 12:53 AM | Reply

    all that being said, that pig won’t be removed from office.

  7. Hey guys, I have a quick question. So, for the last 20 years I’ve been in a coma… one day in the late 90s, I was working in a dot-com warehouse stacking up AOL trial CDs, and I slipped when my pleated khakis got caught on a dial-up phone cord, knocking over a stack and getting buried in a deluge of demo discs. Pretty common 90s injury. But anyway, yadda yadda, cut to this afternoon and I just woke up from the coma. And I was just wondering:

    WHAT THE F*** IS GOING ON?!?!?

  8. All I can say is “We do it all the time.” If Mick isn’t jailed for corruption, he should be fired for abject stupidity.

  9. I really enjoy him standing up and speaking. He’s very easy to listen to.

  10. “I cannot tell a lie.” – George Washington
    “I cannot tell the truth.” – Donald Trump
    “I cannot tell the difference.” – Republicans

    • @Keion Chase
      ????? a TREE is a TREE

    • Yoster Schnauss | November 2, 2019 at 9:57 AM | Reply

      It’s more like “I do not CARE to point out the difference.”

    • Yoster Schnauss | November 2, 2019 at 9:58 AM | Reply

      Bart: We can all thank Reagan, the most evil president of the past 40 years. Yes, he was worse than Trump. Much worse.

    • Washington remained calm when he was presented with evidence of Arnold’s treason. He did, however, investigate its extent, and suggested that he was willing to exchange André for Arnold during negotiations with General Clinton concerning André’s fate. Clinton refused this suggestion; after a military tribunal, André was hanged at Tappan, New York on October 2.
      .

  11. Île-de- France | November 2, 2019 at 1:06 AM | Reply

    Don’t just impeach, annul his role immediately.

  12. Doenst fling matter if there is quid pro cuo… It still a crime…. Lol ..

  13. Finally Im starting to believe this lying “president” he can shot someone on Park Ave and not loose one GOP cult members.

    • Yoster Schnauss | November 2, 2019 at 10:04 AM | Reply

      He could shoot ONE OF HIS OWN CULT MEMBERS and they still wouldn’t turn on him. He hates who they hate, end of story. They’ll follow him to their own doom (and ours).

  14. Incredible corrupt political atmosphere, bad example to the world for democracy

  15. Nancy says the phone call was perfectly wrong.

  16. Americans, save your democracy, your republic! Remove Trump from Office. The World is watching…

  17. Grahams spine dissolved with the exhale of McCain’s last breath.

  18. ARE YOU LISTENING????
    LINDSEY GRAHAM, OPEN YOUR EYES AND EARS…

  19. Richard Barber | November 2, 2019 at 7:46 AM | Reply

    Actually, I really like this new, more informal format being used here. Chris Hayes is a great reporter and journalist, but he manages to throw in a bit of what we get from the late night hosts, who are themselves sometimes the best ‘reporters’ we all have on a daily basis.

  20. Quid pro quo is like when a child says “no take backs”

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