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But questions remain about the president's top lawyer. White House counsel Pat Cipollone was allegedly in the room during a discussion of Trump's Ukraine dealings, suggesting he as involved in the scheme for which the president is on trial.

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  • It was impossible not to watch White House counsel Pat Cipollone closely at the Senate impeachment trial after the news came out yesterday that he may have been in on Trump's alleged corruption. The president's defender had suddenly become untenable.

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  • 1) Evidence of a White House conspiracy to manipulate the Senate impeachment trial warrants investigation by US attorneys and by House and Senate committees. 2) The Chief Justice could order that this take place before any vote on a verdict is allowed. 3) The Chief Justice could also order the review

    1) Evidence of a White House conspiracy to manipulate the Senate impeachment trial warrants investigation by US attorneys and by House and Senate committees. 2) The Chief Justice could order that this take place before any vote on a verdict is allowed. 3) The Chief Justice could also order the review of witness testimony and other documents, and possibly the interviewing of new witnesses. 4) At a minimum, the question of payments in exchange for false testimony by lawyers in the Senate is cause for scrutiny. 5) The “follow the money” approach suggests a need to further examine money moving through America First Action and the Trump Campaign, to determine to what degree Trump has been running a racket through the Presidency, with his Ukraine extortion campaign being only one example. 6) There may or may not be a vote in the Senate on Wednesday, but all evidence suggests this process is far from over.