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00:02  31 january  2020
00:02  31 january  2020 Source:   eatthis.com

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The Senate impeachment trial is in a new phase, as the senators spend two days asking President Trump’s legal team and the House impeachment managers questions in writing.

Below are a few of the most interesting exchanges from Wednesday and Thursday. This post will be continually updated.

1. Dershowitz says even if Trump was trying to help his reelection bid, that’s okay

The first question Wednesday came from the all-important triumvirate of Sens. Mitt Romney (Utah), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) and Susan Collins (Maine) — the three most likely GOP votes for new witnesses. It was about what the senators should do if they deduce that Trump had both official and personal motives for his actions regarding Ukraine.

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Deputy White House Counsel Patrick Philbin responded with a very broad assertion: that regardless of personal motives, as long as Trump had any official motive, “we think it follows even more clearly that cannot possibly be the basis for an impeachable offense.” Philbin argued that senators would then be put in the position of trying to deduce how much of a motive for a decision was personal vs. official.

Trump lawyer Alan Dershowitz later extended the argument in a remarkable way, saying that even a president trying to help his own reelection bid could be construed as working in the public interest.

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“If a president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest, that cannot be the kind of quid pro quo that results in impeachment,” Dershowitz said.

Dershowitz’s comment was the most controversial of the day, with Democrats arguing that it opened the door to presidents doing basically anything they want for their own purposes.

You could also deduce from the question a possible off-ramp for Romney, Collins and Murkowski to vote to acquit Trump: the idea that he may have been trying to help himself, yes, but that he also had official, legitimate motivations.

2. Sekulow won’t say who pays Rudolph W. Giuliani

Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.) on Thursday gave both sides a swing at a question many have been asking: Who pays for Trump lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani’s travel and expenses? We know Trump doesn’t pay Giuliani, and some have suggested perhaps he’s monetizing his work for Trump by getting extra business from foreign clients.

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Given the chance to address the issue, Trump’s legal team took a pass.

Appearing after lead House impeachment manager Rep. Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.) addressed the issue, Jay Sekulow — who, like Giuliani, is a personal lawyer to Trump — declined to shed any light on how Giuliani’s travel and expenses are funded. Sekulow instead attacked Schiff and suggested this was a distraction.

Sekulow made a number of accusations about alleged corruption by Hunter Biden in Ukraine, and added, “You’re concerned about what Rudolph W. Giuliani, the president’s lawyer, was doing when he was over trying to determine what was going on in Ukraine?”

That was indeed the subject of the question. And Sekulow didn’t answer it.

3. Philbin says trading information with foreign actors is also okay

Dershowitz was nabbing headlines for much of the day Wednesday for the way he broadened Trump’s defense. But Philbin near the end of Wednesday’s proceedings made another bold claim. He responded to a question from Sen. Christopher A. Coons (D-Del.) about whether Trump considers foreign interference illegal, and Philbin suggested he didn’t, necessarily.

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“Mere information is not something that would violate the campaign finance laws,” Philbin said. “And if there is credible information, credible information of wrongdoing by someone who is running for a public office, it’s not campaign interference for credible information about wrongdoing to be brought to light.”

At the next break, Democratic senators responded in awe that a White House lawyer just suggested this. Receiving “a thing of value” in a campaign from foreign actors is illegal, and House managers brought it up quickly on the floor after that.

“I was stunned to hear that now, apparently, it’s okay for the president to get information from foreign governments in an election,” said Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.), one of the House managers. “That’s news to me.”

“We’ve witnessed over the course of the last few days and the long day today, a remarkable lowering of the bar to the point now where everything’s okay as long as the president believes it’s in his reelection interest,” Schiff said.

4. A key admission: Giuliani wasn’t conducting foreign policy

On Thursday, we got a rare bipartisan question -- from Collins, Murkowski and Democratic Sens. Kyrsten Sinema (Ariz.) and Joe Manchin III (W.Va.). It was about whether Trump would prevent private citizens from conducting foreign policy, which is prohibited by the Logan Act.

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The unnamed target of the question as obvious Giuliani. (I’ve written about Giuliani and the Logan Act before -- albeit with respect to Venezuela.)

Philbin acknowledged the question appeared to be about Giuliani and clarified that “there was no conduct of foreign policy being carried out here by a private person.” He said sometimes presidents use confidants to serve as messengers with foreign governments, pointing to George Washington using Gouverneur Morris to talk to France.

Schiff later seized on the answer, arguing that it undercut the Trump team’s argument that these investigations were about rooting out corruption. If that was the foreign policy goal, after all, and Giuliani was pushing for such investigations, how could he not be conducting foreign policy?

Trump’s legal team has indeed oscillated between arguing Giuliani was acting as Trump’s personal lawyer and that he was furthering official foreign policy goals -- depending upon which role has better suited its arguments.

5. Trump’s team unaware of any early Trump concerns about Bidens in Ukraine

Another interesting exchange Wednesday — perhaps not coincidentally — also began with a question from Collins and Murkowski.

They asked Trump’s legal defense team whether they had any indication Trump was concerned about the Bidens’ actions in Ukraine before former vice president Joe Biden became a candidate for president. Trump’s lawyers had nothing.

“It wasn’t thoroughly pursued in the record,” Philbin said. “So I can’t point to something in the record that shows President Trump at an earlier time mentioning specifically something related to Joe or Hunter Biden.”

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Dershowitz added later that even if Trump wasn’t previously interested in the issue, it would be okay. He said that if someone is running “and he has a corrupt son, the fact that he’s announced his candidacy is a very good reason for upping the interest. If he wasn’t running for president, he’s a has-been.”

There has been plenty of evidence that Trump’s interest in corruption is very specific and self-serving; the only two investigations in Ukraine he has called for, for instance, involve his own pet political causes. The answer Collins and Murkowski elicited drove that home.

If we’re reading the tea leaves again here, it also suggests Collins and Murkowski might be skeptical of the argument that Trump wasn’t looking out only for himself with his actions.

6. Manchin’s scorching question for Dershowitz

One of the most likely potential crossover votes on the Democratic side is Manchin, who comes from very pro-Trump West Virginia. But Manchin took his turn Wednesday to offer a question of Trump’s legal team that oozed with sarcasm.

After noting the legal consensus that the Constitution’s “high crimes and misdemeanors” clause doesn’t require statutory crimes for removal of a president and that this was the case dating back to English common law, he then turned his focus on Dershowitz.

“Even Mr. Dershowitz said in 1998 that an impeachable offense, quote, certainly doesn’t have to be a crime, end quote,” Manchin wrote, before asking Dershowitz: “What has happened in the past 22 years to change the original intent of the Framers and the historic meaning of the term high crimes and misdemeanors?”

Rather than dwell upon Manchin’s shot, Dershowitz just addressed his own personal evolution on the subject.

“What happened since 1998 is that I studied more, did more research, read more documents and, like any academic, altered my views,” Dershowitz said. “That’s what happens. That’s what professors ought to do.”

The question by itself was something. That it came from Manchin was something more.

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