Assessing the ‘four facts’ that a prominent Republican insists prove Trump’s innocence




At the beginning of the House Judiciary Committee’s first hearing as part of the impeachment inquiry focused on President Trump last month, Stephen Castor, a staffer for the Republican minority offered his thoughts on the situation. Referring to the rough transcript of Trump’s July 25 call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Castor attempted to dismiss concerns about Trump’s behavior by suggesting that it depended on a tiny subset of that one conversation.


“To impeach a president, who 63 million people voted for, over eight lines in a call transcript is baloney,” Castor said.


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