Convicting Trump Would Take Three Minutes In Court, Chides Nadler

Three minutes is all a person needs to understand how Trump tried to illegally rig the 2020 election, says Chairman of the House Judiciary during an interview on CNN.

Already, 17 witnesses have come forward to paint a damning picture of Trump criminally attempting to bribe a foreign nation to poison the well of information available to Americans voting in the 2020 election. Trump — who has remained silent in the legal proceedings and discouraged administration officials from testifying — has instead attacked the investigations in the public sphere using twitter.

The House Judiciary will soon begin an investigation into Trump obstructing the FBI’s investigation into Trump rigging the 2016 election, alongside the House Intelligence’s investigation into Trump rigging the 2020 election.