VIDEO: Tom Cotton Names The Only Way Trump Can Lose GOP Votes
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Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton joked that the only way President Donald Trump would likely lose Republican votes in his upcoming impeachment trial is if Democratic Reps. Jerry Nadler and Adam Schiff “drone on for so long that we sue for mercy.”
Appearing on Thursday night’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight” after Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and an Impeachment Manager appointed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, read the articles of impeachment before the Senate, Cotton told Fox News host Tucker Carlson that “just listening to 20 minutes of Adam Schiff was already pretty taxing today.”
The article goes on to state the following:
“I can’t imagine 24 hours of it,” he quipped.
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