Pelosi and Chuck Schumer's drive to try and rig the trial against the president is misplaced - William McGinley
Pelosi and Chuck Schumer's drive to try and rig the trial against the president is misplaced - William McGinley

Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s drive to try and rig the trial against the president is misplaced – William McGinley

Former White House Cabinet Secretary in the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump, William McGinley has gone wild at Speaker Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, describing their efforts to impeach the president as “Misplaced”

William McGinley  was spotted on Fox News by The News God  and when asked, “What your thoughts is Pelosi with hoses articles in criticism of McConnell”, He affectionately responded:

“At the end of the day the White House is going to continue to work for the people but the Democrats are quite concerned about what they’ve done in this rig flawed process that, tonight the president fundamental fairness to put on the case that he wanted to and the due process to call the witnesses that he wanted to do to make his case. When this actually reaches the Senate, fairness and due process will be restored and the president will have an opportunity to lay out his case to the American people and be exonerated in a fair process.”

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William McGinley is a staunch supporter and defender of the president Donald Trump. When asked again ‘McConnell is possibly open to calling Witnesses. Where do you weigh in on this should Witnesses be called?”

“I think Senator McConnell is taking exactly the right approach. In order for a process to be fair, it should be able to be interchangeable between democratic presidents and Republican presidents using the Clinton impeachment process is a fair way to start.

The president’s lawyers are going to have an opportunity to respond to the articles of impeachment that have no evidentiary record or foundation. There is going to be arguments on both sides and the Senators will have an opportunity to submit written questions to both sides. At the end of that process then they can decide whether there’s a need for any witnesses or not? And so speaker Pelosi and minority leader Chuck Schumer, their drive to try and rig the trial against the president I think is misplaced”

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Watch full interview here