So according to the Democrats, someone can lie about something they heard first-hand and that makes it a credible testimony?
- AMERICA IS DEADLv 73 weeks ago
That sounds more like Republicans.
- ArimatthewdaviesLv 73 weeks ago
Friend what's bugging me is this person that supposedly heard the conversation. what power or authority did this person have to be listening in on Donald Trump's personal telephone conversation? Did he have some kind of federal warrant to investigate Donald Trump?
- 3 weeks ago
All Truths are Generally Agreed upon Lies.
- KongfuciusLv 43 weeks ago
AGAIN THE stand is open for any liars willing to testify. Sigh
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- 3 weeks ago
So, according to republicans, as long as a bank gets its money back, the robbers can't be guilty of a crime. Especially if the bank doesn't realize the money is gone. Then there REALLY is no crime?
- Virtual_cleoLv 73 weeks ago
Credibility is judged overall. Is this a credible person? Has he lived a worthy life? Do other witnesses agree with him? Does he have a reason to lie? Would he have been better off in his personal life if he’d kept his mouth shut? Does he make a sacrifice in testifying?
- Mr. WolfLv 73 weeks ago
None of the people testifying are Democrats. One donated a million dollars to Trump's inauguration. The rest were appointed by Republican Presidents, Trump himself or members of his cabinet.
- ?Lv 43 weeks ago
What lie? ......
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Apparently yes. Hearsay is an idiotic thing to say.