From Bombshell News To Giuliani ‘Grenade’: Trump Aide Warned Ukraine Plot Like A Criminal Drug Deal


100 thoughts on “From Bombshell News To Giuliani ‘Grenade’: Trump Aide Warned Ukraine Plot Like A Criminal Drug Deal”

  • Who in the name of green bananas during winter in Antartica would have thought John the hawk Bolton would try to stop illegal activity?



  • If you want to know what's impeachable, look at the articles of impeachment against Nixon, who would have been removed from office if he hadn't chosen to resign. Central to the articles of impeachment against Nixon was the clause in Article II of the Constitution that requires the President to "take care that the laws are faithfully executed." Trump has violated that clause many more times than Nixon did.

  • We going to find all this evidence next year. No one wants to hold a meeting in november and december. They may have a hearing, that may take three to six months.

  • Nothing surprises me about Trump. It is consistent with who he was in 2015-2016. I am shocked by how many of my fellow Americans still support him .

  • Trump has never respected the rule of law. It’s always been Trump did wateva he wanted to do, to whoever he wanted to do it too.

  • Isis prisoners escape and trump sends our troops out and into Saudi Arabia to help 🤦🏾‍♀️ … remember 9/11 ? This is who they support, Trump has deals in Saudi and his supporters still think he cares about America first? Smh

  • Krieg -The War Within says:

    I thought Russia 🇷🇺 was already cleared via the muller report? And specify how trump has broken the law? A quid pro quo only needs a “quid” #WTF?

  • *breaking news* Trump is president for life ! God bless Lord Trump . Let's remove all the Democrats, they are destroying the modern American Express card.

  • Canadian Racing League says:

    Maybe Giuliani knows something we dont know…. hes a little arrogant for how deep he is in all of this. #Smugfukfaces

  • Sarah Allen Humboldt says:

    Moderator/Anchor:… please, stop interrupting your expert guests almost as soon as they begin their commentary/answers in response to you; it is so rude, and very jarring.

  • Every time I see this video of Hill walking into the fed building waiting fir the elevator, I keep getting distracted by the guy as tall as a building. 🤧😳

  • I think Trump's re-election plan did come from Russia, perhaps via Fritash (sp?) and his paper trash. I don't think Trump thought all this up himself. Unfortunately, Russians left too many details to Trump. Trump cannot attend to detail, hence whistleblowers and hand grenades. I think Congress is doing the right thing, and that Trump's impeachment is inevitable. I don't know how it will turn out in the Senate, but that doesn't matter. Sometimes people have to stand up for what they believe is right and necessary, even if they may not or cannot win. Learn the best way to fight the devil if you want to save democracy or your soul.

  • Trump has proved to be a racist. I you are a racist you cannot have the best interest of this country at heart. Grounds for impeachment!

  • -My god the news ignores facts and manipulates everything. This is why I will never vote for democrats agaim. Full of BS like the left wing media

  • flipflopsneeded says:

    How many times are you going say, “Breaking News”? Was the language the same when Nixon was impeached with other broadcasters?

  • I always learn from watching Mr. Melber because of his intelligence and obvious familiarity with his material. I am especially impressed by his ability to moderate a panel, involving each participant in a mutual discussion of the topic. I find him informed, fair, and engaging. Keep up the good work, Mr. Melber.

  • I Already Hate MSNBC Already It All About Talking Point There Always Impeachment Persiding Document Against Trump Lawyer Mr Giuliani Top Advisor Period Crew The Republican Service 😩🇺🇸

  • President tweet tweet is such a nut case .And not to bright because Hey lots of your hench men are gonna go down .the truth will prevail

  • Gaetano Vindigni says:

    The administration's letters to Congress and public comments and tweets are continuing projection revealing the fundamental nature of trumpism as not only a criminal enterprise but also as despotic and tyrannical without regard to our american ideals, and the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

  • Like Nixon, Trump puts his own interest and ego not just above country (the Republican Party does that), he puts it above Party.

    The only way the Republicans in the Senate do not remove him is if Putin can guarantee his re-election and theirs. Judging by the actions of Moscow Mitch, Barr and Pompeo, Putin can.

    The fix is in, folks. Putin has access to the voting booths. The Republicans are going to sweep in 2020 and beyond.

  • Joseph Davidson says:

    If Trump is the 1st prez removed, it would make sense considering he is the biggest criminal prez ever. What else does he have to do to get removed? If not him, impeachment is a lie in our constitution. Our constitution would be worthless if Trump isn't removed. Say hello to pure fascism….

  • cindykford ford says:

    Mission accomplished! Trump has been a life long Democrat!! he has been a Democrat for all of his life. He has even given money to their party, and also to the Clinton campaign in the past. His main intentions all along was to destroy the entire Republican party! He's doing it now!

  • Vampire grenade Giuliani is stirring the pot lol just drunk on fame and media coverage and possibly went too far and broke the law and is thrown under the Trump bus

  • Richard Christie says:

    15:46 "narrativizing"
    Oh, come on, give us all a break. Is this horrible translation from noun to verb going to be the next trend used by those pretending to have an extended vocabulary.

  • Beverly Inkster says:


  • Time to tune in Fox News to see how this is all completely legal because, um something, something not a crime if the President does it and other Nixon greatest hits.

  • ChannelSurfer 2020 says:

    Mulvaney’s name coming up more and more often… get him in front of the I.I. – he’ll flip like a 70’s Dolphin-themed TV show…

  • Nathalie Dufour says:

    Boy When it rains, it pours! Impeach, drag out , arrest, dress in pumpkin suit, lock-up, loose key. Happy Halloween America !

  • Russia give me 30,000 emails! Cheaters always Cheat nothing's changed!

    How many crimes do we need from Donald J Trump before he gets thrown in prison? We already have the Mueller report that Republicans did not read explain that to me! Donald J Trump had 16 sexual lawsuits before he became president and not one of them has gone to court yet Explain that to me! Donald J Trump put innocent children in dog cages explain that to me! Donald J Trump keep 80,000 people from getting their paycheck that is over 4 weeks explain that to me! You can,’t explain it, cheating is not winning! The Alternative Facts is not Facts its LIES!

    Sad. SO SAD LOVE!

  • Johnny Davisson says:

    Not only has Trump earned impeachment, he has earned jail time or worse. This is not political. I despise both major political parties, as well as the electoral college and the corrupt senate. I think Trump is worse than all of the above, including the corrupt lobbyists and ignorance that put him there.

  • That's the whole point, Donald Trump is in bed with white supremacy, that is his base, that's why no matter what he does there's no repercussions because as far as they're concerned the GOP nothing else counts and they're going to be with him and support him till thee end. It's like the final solution.

  • Ari. You have to stop butting in while members of your panel are trying to answer your questions , I like what your trying to do but half the time your trying to put your words in their mouth , just let them finish , I have to tune out and it must be so frustrating for them !

  • There is a very good chance that the people testifying are the same people who provided the whistle blower with the original information. John Bolton would be the most powerful witness of them all given his position. There is no better time that now for Mr. Bolton "to have my say".

  • Kelly ann kanye says:

    Why did'nt Bolton speak up Before he was fired…..also,
    It seems like a lot of this involves Russia, was trump double crossing Russia, or ukraine.? Or both.

  • Meaning of "High Crimes and Misdemeanors"

    by Jon Roland, Constitution Society

    The question of impeachment turns on the meaning of the phrase in the Constitution at Art. II Sec. 4, "Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors". I have carefully researched the origin of the phrase "high crimes and misdemeanors" and its meaning to the Framers, and found that the key to understanding it is the word "high". It does not mean "more serious". It refers to those punishable offenses that only apply to high persons, that is, to public officials, those who, because of their official status, are under special obligations that ordinary persons are not under, and which could not be meaningfully applied or justly punished if committed by ordinary persons.

    Under the English common law tradition, crimes were defined through a legacy of court proceedings and decisions that punished offenses not because they were prohibited by statutes, but because they offended the sense of justice of the people and the court. Whether an offense could qualify as punishable depended largely on the obligations of the offender, and the obligations of a person holding a high position meant that some actions, or inactions, could be punishable if he did them, even though they would not be if done by an ordinary person.

    Offenses of this kind survive today in the Uniform Code of Military Justice. It recognizes as punishable offenses such things as perjury of oath, refusal to obey orders, abuse of authority, dereliction of duty, failure to supervise, moral turpitude, and conduct unbecoming. These would not be offenses if committed by a civilian with no official position, but they are offenses which bear on the subject's fitness for the duties he holds, which he is bound by oath or affirmation to perform.

    Perjury is usually defined as "lying under oath". That is not quite right. The original meaning was "violation of one's oath (or affirmation)".

    The word "perjury" is usually defined today as "lying under oath about a material matter", but that is not its original or complete meaning, which is "violation of an oath". We can see this by consulting the original Latin from which the term comes. From An Elementary Latin Dictionary, by Charlton T. Lewis (1895), Note that the letter "j" is the letter "i" in Latin.

    periurium, i, n,, a false oath, perjury.

    periurus, adj., oath-breaking, false to vows, perjured. iuro, avi, atus, are, to swear, take an oath.

    iurator, oris, m., a swearer.

    iuratus, adj., sworn under oath, bound by an oath.

    ius, iuris, that which is binding, right, justice, duty.

    per, … IV. Of means or manner, through, by, by means of, … under pretense of, by the pretext of, ….

    By Art. II Sec. 1 Cl. 8, the president must swear: "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States." He is bound by this oath in all matters until he leaves office. No additional oath is needed to bind him to tell the truth in anything he says, as telling the truth is pursuant to all matters except perhaps those relating to national security. Any public statement is perjury if it is a lie, and not necessary to deceive an enemy.

    When a person takes an oath (or affirmation) before giving testimony, he is assuming the role of an official, that of "witness under oath", for the duration of his testimony. That official position entails a special obligation to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, and in that capacity, one is punishable in a way he would not be as an ordinary person not under oath. Therefore, perjury is a high crime.

    An official such as the president does not need to take a special oath to become subject to the penalties of perjury. He took an oath, by Art. II Sec. 1 Cl. 8, to "faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States" and to "preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States" to the best of his ability. While he holds that office, he is always under oath, and lying at any time constitutes perjury if it is not justified for national security.

    Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr erred in presenting in his referral only those offenses which could be "laid at the feet" of the president. He functioned like a prosecutor of an offense against criminal statutes that apply to ordinary persons and are provable by the standards of "proof beyond a reasonable doubt". That is not to say that such offenses are not also high crimes or misdemeanors when committed by an official bound by oath. Most such offenses are. But "high crimes and misdemeanors" also includes other offenses, applicable only to a public official, for which the standard is "preponderance of evidence". Holding a particular office of trust is not a right, but a privilege, and removal from such office is not a punishment. Disablement of the right to hold any office in the future would be a punishment, and therefore the standards of "proof beyond a reasonable doubt" would apply before that ruling could be imposed by the Senate.

    It should be noted, however, that when an offense against a statute is also a "high crime or misdemeanor", it may be, and usually is, referred to by a different name, when considered as such. Thus, an offense like "obstruction of justice" or "subornation of perjury" may become "abuse of authority" when done by an official bound by oath. As such it would be grounds for impeachment and removal from office, but would be punishable by its statutory name once the official is out of office.

    An executive official is ultimately responsible for any failures of his subordinates and for their violations of the oath he and they took, which means violations of the Constitution and the rights of persons. It is not necessary to be able to prove that such failures or violations occurred at his instigation or with his knowledge, to be able, in Starr's words, to "lay them at the feet" of the president. It is sufficient to show, on the preponderance of evidence, that the president was aware of misconduct on the part of his subordinates, or should have been, and failed to do all he could to remedy the misconduct, including termination and prosecution of the subordinates and compensation for the victims or their heirs. The president's subordinates include everyone in the executive branch, and their agents and contractors. It is not limited to those over whom he has direct supervision. He is not protected by "plausible deniability". He is legally responsible for everything that everyone in the executive branch is doing.

    Therefore, the appropriate subject matter for an impeachment and removal proceeding is the full range of offenses against the Constitution and against the rights of persons committed by subordinate officials and their agents which have not been adequately investigated or remedied. The massacre at Waco, the assault at Ruby Ridge, and many, many other illegal or excessive assaults by federal agents, and the failure of the president to take action against the offenders, is more than enough to justify impeachment and removal from office on grounds of dereliction of duty. To these we could add the many suspicious incidents that indicate covered up crimes by federal agents, including the suspicious deaths of persons suspected of being knowledgeable of wrongdoing by the president or others in the executive branch, or its contractors.

    The impeachment and removal process should be a debate on the entire field of proven and suspected misconduct by federal officials and agents under this president, and if judged to have been excessive by reasonable standards, to be grounds for removal, even if direct complicity cannot be shown.

  • African Intelligence Report says:

    Jackie 'What happened in Georgetown, Guyana, 'Spier is looking very desperate as time goes on. The assets of the Clowns are now living liabilities. Research JIM JONES and the JONESTOWN MASSCACRE Folks.

  • Hunter Biden has always smokes Crack since he was 18 , he just recently got kicked out of the Marines for not passing a drug test , he tested positive for Crack cocaine !!! He got privileged a good Job after that , and he still smoking that Rick James !!!

  • Prophetic Ministry says:


  • Joel Wateres-muddy says:

    Bolton was portrayed as a villain . turns out he is the knight on the white horse . God bless America and god bless Bolton for being a true American, I don’t like his philosophy but I do honor his integrity honor Bolton with the executioners mask let him pull the switch he deserves the honor

  • The Law is clear on this matter!

    Federal Election Campaign Law:

    Soliciting or Receiving:

    It shall be unlawful for an individual who is an officer or employee of the Federal Government, including the President, vice President, and Members of Congress, to
    solicit or receive a donation of money or other thing of value in
    connection with a Federal, State, or local election, while in any room
    or building occupied in the discharge of official duties by an officer or
    employee of the United States, from any person.

  • Reverend Jeff Weed says:

    This is one side of the story. I would like to hear the full truth. Not only about Trump, but about all of these scandals that are taking place. This government was intended to be of, by, and for the people. It is quite the opposite. Both Republicans and Democrats are out for themselves. We need to take our country back.

  • Charlie Mcmullen says:

    Imagine how Pompeo felt knowing Dump was making Fool-iani take over as "shadow Secretary of State" and still supporting Dump and his actions, policies, politics, criminal behavior. Oh I forgot, these folks have NO SHAME and no sense of legal behavior.

  • Bite me, Tillerson! Instead of saying "Mr. President, I know what you want to do but you can't do it that way," you should have said "Mr. President, don't do that."

  • Music Is The Best says:

    So great that Brittney offers thoughtful and cogent ideas, but there's Digital Underground lyrics obviously bubbling close to the surface. Hope to see her on your channel more in future!

  • I disagree with most of what john bolton has done and what he still wishes to achieve. He is a true republican and "the opposition" politically.
    I disagree with most of what trump has done and what he still wishes to achieve. He is a criminal and the "enemy" of the USA.
    They highlight the difference between opposing your political rival and trying to eject a treasonous, incompetent ,self serving narcissist from the most powerful position in the world .

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