ah, so the trump argument is "if you hold trump accountable for his shitty actions, you might be held accountable for your shitty actions." got it.
this guy is bad at lawyering
"a real sign of the times, these women being allowed outside the house, a real sign of the times"
glad the trump lawyer clarified that he has "no problem" with *democracy*
lololol "i know you're not allowed to talk, i'm going to take your silence as you agreeing with me"
i was not expecting the trump lawyer to be this funny and i'm into it. keep talking, king.
would give all the money in my bank account of one of these senators to yell "you can't yell fire in a crowded theater, ya cunt!"
this legit sounds like the end of dave when kevin kline is pretending to have a stroke
i can't get over the fact that these are *prepared remarks*

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