Fox News: The Constitution Doesn't Say Anything About Witness Intimidation


A Fox producer suggested Trump's witness intimidation on Friday is not impeachable because it isn't in the Constitution.

President Donald Trump engaged in witness intimidation during live testimony on Friday when he issued a tweet criticizing former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, leading many to suggest Democrats could use the incident in an article of impeachment

But a Fox News reporter said Trump cannot be impeached for this because it’s not explicitly in the U.S. Constitution. In reality, the U.S. Constitution says presidents can be impeached for “high crimes and misdemeanors."

"Now, when we look at the U.S. Constitution and look at Article 2, Section 4, it doesn't say anything about witness intimidation."

  • Fox News Senior Capitol Hill producer


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Opinionated YaYa
Opinionated YaYa

It's called obstruction of justice.


The Republicans think their base of supporters are complete morons, so stupid that they will believe and accept these bogus arguments they are making. They really have no respect whatsoever for the intelligence of their viewers.

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