This Veen fellow got up there to blame the House managers for not knowing the whereabouts and details of his client's activities.

You'd think that if those things would've tended to exonerate Drumpf they would have happily brought them up rather than passing the buck?

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I hadn't really thought about that very carefully until now. They've been very careful to not provide any information about what Drumpf was doing at the time. It seems like a classic maneuver of the privileged. If I can just tell you, "No, at 1:30 pm Drumpf called the National Guard," then you would. A fact like that would completely undermine the House's implications about Drumpf's state of mind.

They didn't offer anything like that though. Suspicious.

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