Richard Painter on the latest political and White House whirlwinds in the news from his experiences inside and outside of the DC establishment.
Richard Painter reminds us of the purpose of The Mueller Report and the superfluity of Trump's declarations on the matter.
Richard Painter argues why Congress needs the full - unredacted - Mueller Report and why Bill Barr has major conflicts of interest in the matter.
Painter connects the dots between Assange, the Mueller Report, A.G. Barr and The Pentagon Papers.
Class is in session with Professor Painter! After the Attorney General and DOJ releases a heavily blacked-out Mueller Report about the President’s alleged deplorable activities.
Richard Painter says U.S. Congress needs to get off it's stick, and use The Mueller Report as a template for open, televised impeachment hearings against President Trump. What's more, Painter says the integrity of none-other than the U.S. Supreme Court is on the line if an impartial impeachment process doesn't happen. Take a listen and share this important lesson in what it means to be a true Constitutionalist in America!
This week Richard speaks of The Oath of Office and Bill Barr and Kellyanne Conway breaking the law yet again by violating the Hatch Act. Taking the oath of office is a serious and solemn thing. Every government official as well as naturalized citizens and even government contractors take the same oath.
Why does Bill Barr, the Chief Law Enforcement officer of our country get to forget for what he's sworn by that oath to protect?
Professor Painter reacts to a quote from Debbie Mucarsel-Powell of the 26th Congressional District of Florida who is an Equadoran-American. Much thanks to Katy Nystrom in the Congresswoman's D.C. office.
Painter discusses the folly of Rudy Giuliani thinking he can enlist the help of another foreign government to get alleged dirt on a Democratic rival; the refusal of Trumps cabinet members to provide the Presidents’ tax returns; the Professor is also sounding the alarm about Trump's mental ability to wisely guide our country through the saber rattling of Iran.
Richard takes us through a wacky-week or another week of high crimes and misdemeanors plus other
irregularities in the Trump administration.
Richard breaks-down the complicated landscape of subpoenas, the rule of law and which justices, especially those appointed or arranged by Trump, will reside and who should be recused.
. . . will Capitol Hill finally tame the executive branch and will outstanding subpeanas get them what they want ?