President Trump Shares His Favorite Moment Of Impeachment Testimony

It seems that most everyone has their favorite moment of the current impeachment witch hunt, and that now even includes the Commander-In-Chief himself, according to Breibart.

They reported that the President’s favorite moment of the inquiry occurred when Rep. John Ratcliff (Rep-TX) was grilling the Democrats’ “star witness” who didn’t seem to want to say on oath that there was any offense that was actually impeachable.

And to be honest, it really was an amazing sight to see.

You can watch exchange between Rep. Ratcliffe and Ambassador William Taylor below:

Radcliffe: The Ukrainian president stood before the world press and repeatedly, consistently, over and over again, interview after interview, said he had no knowledge of military aid being withheld, meaning no quid pro quo, no pressure, no demands, no threats, no blackmail, nothing corrupt.

And unlike the first 45 minutes that we heard from the Democrats today, that’s not secondhand information. It’s not hearsay, it’s not what someone overheard Ambassador Sondland say- that was his direct testimony.

Ambassador Taylor, do you have any evidence to assert that President Zelensky was lying to the world press when he said those things?

Taylor: Mr. Radcliffe, if I could respond?

Radcliffe: Yes or no? My time is short.

Taylor: Your time is short, that’s fine. I have no reason to doubt, uh, what the president said, um, and, is…

Radcliffe: Okay. Very good. So, uh, in this impeachment hearing, today, where we impeach presidents for treason, or bribery, or other high crimes, where is the impeachable offense in that call?

Are either of you here to assert that there was an impeachable offense in that call?

(awkward silence)

Shout it out… anyone?

(awkward silence)

Taylor: Mr. Radcliffe, if I could just respond, let me just reiterate that I’m not here…

Radcliffe: I’ve got 1 minute left.

Taylor: Oh I know, I know you’ve only got a minute left…

Radcliffe: Let me just make this point…

Taylor: I’ve just got 30 seconds…

Radcliffe: I, I…

Taylor: er, 15…

Radcliffe: I withdraw the question, let me just…

Taylor: …and I’m not here to take one side or the other, this is your decision…

Radcliffe: Ambassador, let me answer this, let me ask you this question…

Other: The general will suspend…

Radcliffe: (looking back at the general) Suspend the time, please…

Other: Ambassador Taylor, would you like to answer the question?

Radcliffe: Suspend the time, please. I withdrew my question.

Other: The general will suspend. We will suspend the clock.

Radcliffe: Suspend the clock at 1 minute, please.

Other:Ambassador Taylor, would you like to respond to the question?

Taylor: Mr. Radcliffe, I’d just like to say, I’m not here to do anything having to do with, uh, the, side with impeachment. That is not what either of us are here to do. This is, this is your job.

Radcliffe: Restore time on the clock to 1 minute…

Other: No, but you may continue at 22 seconds.

Radcliffe: (dumbfounded, takes a deep breath while shocked murmurs erupt) Fine. Mr. Ambassador (pause), I think everyone knows House Democrats have made up their mind to impeach one president. The question that we’ve just learned is whether or not they’re prepared to impeach too, because to be clear, if House Democrats impeach President Trump for a quid pro quo involving military aid, they have to call President Zelensky a liar.

If they impeach him for abusing his power, or pressuring, or making threats or demands, they have to call President Zelensky a liar to do it. If they imprea… impeach President Trump for blackmail, or extortion, or making threats or demands, they have to call President Trump a liar to do it.

One can only applaud the fortitude of Rep. Radcliffe after having his time stolen away, even as shocked observers gasped at the nerve of the Democrats.

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