Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), a potential swing vote in the Senate impeachment trial, on Wednesday questioned why House Democrats have waited until now to release documents from a key witness claiming that President Trump had “knowledge and consent” of efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden.
“I wonder why the House did not put that into the record and it’s only now being revealed.” Told it was just turned over, she says: “well doesn’t that suggest that the House did an incomplete job then?”
Remember the Democrats absolutely took advantage of Susan Collins‘ charity and moderation during the Kavanaugh hearings. She may be moderate, but she doesn’t forget.
“I do think that, as I said, it’s important that we have an up-or-down vote on the issue of subpoenaing witnesses and documents,” she said.
Collins is one that the Democrats thought they could count on, and it turns out they may have been very wrong.
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