The podcast will provide one side of the argument about the Senate’s impeachment trial, with an insider’s perspective.
Impeachment has been a political volleyball since the 2016 election — Texas’ Rep. Al Green (D-TX-09) first called for impeachment in May of 2017 and first introduced articles of impeachment in October of 2017.
After two-plus years of trying, House Democrats finally passed articles of impeachment on December 10. The charges consisted of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress over the president’s call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Knowles said of the podcast on Twitter, “Each night, the Senator will head straight from the Capitol to our studio to give you a behind-the-scenes look into the impeachment trial and so much more.”
The first episode from yesterday is up now.
Barring new, groundbreaking information, the president is all-but-expected to be acquitted by the GOP-controlled Senate.
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Brad Johnson is an Ohio native who graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 2017. He is an avid sports fan who most enjoys watching his favorite teams continue their title drought throughout his cognizant lifetime. In his free time, you may find Brad quoting Monty Python productions and trying to calculate the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow.