Rep. Reed: Trump’s Actions Don’t Rise To Level Of Impeachment | All In | MSNBC


Republican Congressman Tom Reed defends President Trump's call with Ukrainian President despite incriminating testimony. Aired on 11/14/19.
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Rep. Reed: Trump's Actions Don't Rise To Level Of Impeachment | All In | MSNBC

58 Comments on "Rep. Reed: Trump’s Actions Don’t Rise To Level Of Impeachment | All In | MSNBC"

  1. LIAR and TOADY. Shame on him.

  2. “The american people aren’t stupid”, yeah we aren’t, this is a painfully obvious bribe. Republicans are so snobby and stupid at the same time. What a joke.

    • @james mack Give me a break. The amount of times that CNN has been called out for fake stories or had to retract stories is overwhelming. To call them or MSNPC real news is ludacrious. Your proble is that you are suffering from TDS.

    • Frederick Nialetz | November 15, 2019 at 5:54 PM | Reply

      @Mark Shumate It was Nancy Pelosi that called it a bribe first not the media

    • Frederick Nialetz | November 15, 2019 at 6:01 PM | Reply

      @T Boned You must get your news from Fox. You can change your name from T bone to Bone head

    • @Frederick Nialetz You presume to assume. You can change your name from dummy to moron.

    • @Frederick Nialetz Not a lot of difference there. Both are the arms of the Democratic party.

  3. If this was a dem president. It wouldn’t call for impeachment either. It would call for public execution by firing squad.

    • @Jay Andrew That is the reason you go to more than one source for your information. As far as protecting the Biden’s, Obama’s or the Clinton’s – I personally don’t remember them making as many dangerous mistakes as Trump has. Every Presidency has mistakes – the Trump one has gone way over the line with what he has done in my opinion.

    • @Jay Andrew what a load of crap. quit watching fox

    • hilarious, obama and biden will be charged with treason anyways, enjoy the show

  4. So now its clear that Tommy boy is smoking crack!


  6. Tom Reed blinks constantly which is indicative of constant lying.

  7. We heard evidence to substantiate at least three articles of impeachment: There was indeed bribery, which is specifically cited in the Constitution as grounds for impeachment. The federal bribery statute does not require the corrupt exchange to be consummated. For a federal official to seek such a favor, in exchange for an official act, is a crime. The second impeachable act we heard of at Wednesday’s hearing was abuse of power. To put our security at risk — by withholding the military aid — for personal political gain is a gross abuse of power and clear grounds for impeachment.The third impeachable act Trump has committed, and continues to commit, is obstruction of Congress.The House would love to have acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and others close to the president take a turn in the witness chair to give firsthand accounts of Trump’s actions. For some reason, Trump won’t let them. History is in motion. Tweets and tantrums cannot stop it.

    • @Sammy Bolo You spelled “correct” incorrectly.

    • Nevyn of OZ 1973 | November 15, 2019 at 11:34 AM | Reply

      @Sammy Bolo I need to do me a favour though.
      Asking for benefit in exchange for government money.
      a Campaign seeking aid from a foreign power.

    • mickey thompson | November 16, 2019 at 6:50 AM | Reply

      @Sammy Bolo _”You’re delusional.”_
      And you’re exactly 180 degrees away from reality. JAY JAY stated the matter very clearly and concisely, and it is you who are delusional. Even you know that, deep down. Now, you might not like the situation, but it doesn’t stop the situation being real.
      Like that time you caught your mom sucking off the dog, not nice, but undeniable.

  8. Reed translation:

    I’m OK with future presidents using the power of the office for personal gain that may also compromise our nations security, as long as they are a Republican.

  9. Just wondering how many times Tom Reed was on his knees when Trump was standing close to his face?

  10. Rep. Tom Reed says impeachment-worthy acts are only “crimes that are subject to the penalty of death.” He must think no one remembers when his party impeached Clinton over a sexual relationship in his personal life. Or the Nixon or Andrew Johnson cases. None were ever in jeopardy of the death penalty. The Republicans really are grasping at straws. They sound like fools. A high school graduate (who paid attention in Social Studies class) has the Constitutional knowledge to see the GOP arguments are a joke. They’d better serve Trump by staying quiet and hoping for the best.

    • Tessmage Tessera | November 15, 2019 at 1:01 AM | Reply

      A side note about Clinton: he didn’t seduce Monica Lewinsky… it was the other way around. She wrote about it in her book. I’m mentioning this because there were people at the time who complained that Clinton took advantage of his power and prestige, to coerce Lewinsky into that relationship. Turns out it was totally different — she wanted to make a name for herself, and she figured blowing the president would be a great way to make her mark in the world.

    • How to tell when a GOP knows he’s cornered, and caught in a lie? He tries to shout down the interviewer. America sees right through the GOP. While they accuse decent people of, “tearing apart the Republic,” they’re busy tearing apart the Republic. They HATE America

  11. Is Ivanka and Kushner qualified to be adviser to the president of US?

  12. Stop putting all these tools on air. Just giving these S O B air time to pass their lies and Russian propaganda!

    • 2 thousand thumbs up!

    • My name is Ivan. And yours?

    • I agree with you from the standpoint of emotional sentiments. But we need to hear the corruption & hypocrisy coming from these guys, to make sure we as Americans stay intellectually vigilant/sharp.

      As they attempt to insult our intelligence (esp. #45 himself) we have to challenge our intelligence as well as our patriotism/activism (regardless if its Republican or Democrat) so that we can push back.

      But we need to be cognizant that there are either ignorant or charlatan public servants (like he & other Lindsey Graham types) who believe that if a guy like Donald Trump was elected to be President of The United States, we must all be a flock of ignorant sheep.

      So the likes of him are encouraged to say anything on national television.

      When we push back, it makes these “tools” know we are watching listening, guys like this will go away & it’ll create drivers/pressures (a culture) to get better representatives for us, The American People.

      They represent us, not the other way around.

  13. Tom Reed & most of the GOP comes across as smug, arrogant & ignorant or else he’s totally corrupt & shameless.

  14. Hey Tom Reed we’ve never had a complete criminal as a president before either impeach the motherfuker already

  15. carlos martinez | November 14, 2019 at 11:51 PM | Reply

    This guy omg how lame are these guys I’m sick of the party

  16. Tom Reed talks to us as he would to one of his hill Billy followers, go back to Fox news your not fooling anyone here.

  17. We need to get all these traitors out of office

  18. Kenneth Ratcliff | November 15, 2019 at 12:40 AM | Reply

    He blinis his eyes an awful lot. Tells me he’s lieing as he speaks.

  19. Lorenzo Montoya | November 15, 2019 at 12:45 AM | Reply

    Chris to himself: “Oh, so he’s one of ‘those’. “

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