Ken Starr, the judge who investigated Bill Clinton, leading to his impeachment after the Monica Lewinsky scandal, has gone on record stating that the Democrats’ impeachment of President Trump is ‘wrong constitutionally’ and ‘phony’.
Judge Ken Starr told Fox News that the process against Trump will be remembered in the history books with a “footnote” or an “asterisk.”
“There was a debate and there was a recorded vote. And that goes down in history. However… it’s an impeachment with a footnote or with an asterisk. By the way it never went over to the Senate, which I think means it’s a bit of a phony impeachment.” Starr noted.
The judge also slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for abusing the power of her office.
When asked why Nancy Pelosi is delaying sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate, Starr replied “She appears to be intruding into the powers of the Senate which is ironic and extreme.”
“I think there is an abuse of House power in the way that this process unfolded in the House and riding roughshod over minority rights and ultimately the rights over the president,” Starr added.
“Now she is trying to essentially tell the Senate how to do its business: here’s the deal, Senator McConnell, leader McConnell — and it’s just wrong constitutionally. It’s not going to work. But it is wrong constitutionally,” Starr asserted.
Starr added that McConnell is doing the right thing in refusing to fall prey to House Democrat’s unconstitutional dirty tricks.
“He is doing it exactly the right way. I gather he’s going to say we are going to go forward with the business of the Senate and not play games,” Starr said.
Trump weighed in on the saga Sunday, suggesting that Democrats have realised they are driving off a cliff:
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