Where Are Republicans On President Donald Trump’s Behavior? | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

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Republican Senator Joni Ernst broke with President Trump to defend the Ukraine whistleblower. Ethics Public Policy Center Senior Fellow Peter Wehner, New York Times op-ed columnist Bret Stephens, and American Prospect and Demos Senior Fellow Bob Kuttner join Stephanie Ruhle to discuss when and if other Republicans will follow. Aired on 10/4/19.
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Where Are Republicans On President Donald Trump’s Behavior? | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC


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bingbonga binga says:

Trump might drum up a third party candidate to really screw the Democrat party out of voters. That would be fabulous.

Don Clayton says:

Nice Bill but the republicans are backing traitor tRUMP 10000%

Cools Vanloo says:

It would appear as if Trump and his enablers want a rewrite of the US Constitution and rebrand America's democracy

Cullen says:

Democracy is Dead

rabukan 58 says:

I voted for Reagan in his first term. I am partly responsible for the demise of democracy and the destruction of the middle class. By Reagan's 2nd term, when he skyrocketed the debt from 800 billion to over 2 trillion and had given huge tax cuts targeted mainly to the rich, and I was a student at Hofstra majoring in Economics, I realized that my Republican party had duped me, and was there to destroy all the great things accomplished by Ike in the 1950s, and followed by Kennedy. They were there to destroy unions, which had promoted the working class to middle class prominence from the 1930s-1970s. Ike and Kennedy weren't Republican and Democrat presidents, they were American presidents, both having been great leaders during the war for democracy. Look what we have now, a draft dodging mafia criminal and a party of accomplices. Any Republican who claims "Conservative Values,"is putting ideology over country. Your values should be based on each individual issue, and the best policies for the 90% of Americans, not on any single ideology. You are what destroyed the Republican party, and are part of the destruction of democracy in America, and the world.

eoin mulvany says:

Please stop showing pictures of his ugly face. It's very difficult to watch when they keep coming up. His face looks like America going to the toilet. Don't want to see that.

TheDesert IsPatient says:

Ya know the GOP could be a respectable party; all they have to is stand up for what is right. She didn’t say how the laws that should be enforced – actually are to be enforced. Isn’t that her job? If she can;t stand up for her own oath she should resign.

Anna R says:

Let trump be trump, is like stroking a spoiled, lying, bully child–allowing the child to continue the destructive self-centered behavior, and there is nothing cute, adorable, charming about a child like that, and far less the President of the United States of America!
And the Repubs-loyals, and others, who support that kind of behavior are just as responsible as the childs parents, for condoning such behavior!
The way I see it, the American people who oppose such behavior, need to let their voices be heard–Enough is Enough!
Or, it will get worse and more frequent!

jack denial says:

LOL…. yea.. GOP are backward answering questions.  It's like a cult, we all sleep with each others daughters  and no one tells a soul;  stick together, the system can't be broken  and no one goes to jail. LOL

ETC Flyers says:

trump didn't corrupt the republican party he simply revealed the corruption.

Andrea Peters says:

We need republicans and democates. We don't need this toxic potus. Republicans need to step up and do the right thing. Let the whistle blowers be your example.

Ann Tyler says:

WHO DO THESE PEOPLE THINK THEY ARE? THEY NEED TO GET CHECKED FOR THINKING THEMSELVES TO BE ANYTHING OTHER THAN A SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE WHO ELECTED THEM. THEY SEEM TO HAVE FOUND THEMSELVES IN THE GRIP OF PRIVILEGE, TAX PAYER MONEY AND IMPORTANCE.THEY ARE NOT IN BUSINESS FOR THEMSELVES AND HAVE NOT INHERITED THE "JOB" CURRENTLY HELD. PEOPLE, RE- WIND THIS MADNESS AND CLAIM THE REPRESENTATION THAT YOU DO DESERVE. WE PAY THEM.

catrina lopez says:

Well trump got us off the subject from last week renting out all his hotel room to get of of the red 😆 and wonder what pay off that was??

bowblizz says:

Where’s Moscow Mitch, probably polishing his shell.

Alan Simpson says:

Blah blah yawn yawn. Democrats will never vote to impeach, because they know they don't have a case. Fake news gossip and spur-of-the-moment laws aren't going to be enough to disenfranchise 63 million American voters. Second-hand hearsay from an invisible whistle-blower and saying "Do me a favor" on the phone isn't going to matter one bit. Fake news is just vapid gossip for haters. If you've ever heard the expression "put your money where your mouth is", Americans bet on politicians with their money. The latest filings show that the Republican National Committee raised just over $23 million in August and has $53 million on hand, while the DNC brought in $7.9 million and has $7.2 million in debt.

Pablo Rodríguez says:

Republicans are #morallyMute silence is being complicit – Stephanie Ruhle dropping truth 💣s

bingbonga binga says:

Your stupid ANTIFA heros are likely federal informants now. Just like most of the KKK.

BFDT says:

It would be best for the Republican Party if Trump were no longer President.

aoteagirl nz says:

the corruption of the GOP knows no bounds – they are corrupt to the core and should be annihilated at the next election

She's my President says:

This video is an excellent promotion for Trump 2020 (no need to articulate why)

Will Wright says:

How about the Media do its job! Be what The Free Press is intended to be. Stop with the what-about-ism! Republicans this & Democrats that. Give people #TheFact!

Dallas Taylor says:

This whole thing is Bob Hope's brother, No Hope. It's not like Americans have been the concern of either party so we are happy to sip tea while they both meet their ruin. Maybe we can get a Tulsi or Yang character in the office soon.

bingbonga binga says:

Democrats voted for Trump that is why he won.

Jk M says:

Left wing liberals crack me up.

warpo007 says:

At the very least, he (Trump) is an embarrassment to your country and it's democracy (a win to Putin) At the worst, it's the eve of the self-destruction of the US (a win for Putin)

Thomas Tamir says:

Does anybody in the swamp know what's going on, or is it just all he said, she said.

Jody Sheridan says:

Such an insightful and practical message for Republican leaders, and the American people.

E M. says:

“Can Mitch McConnell stay in the turtle shell?” 💀💀💀

ted Clauss says:

Fake news at it’s best 😂😂😂😂😂

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