Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania is temperamentally and politically moderate — not unlike his Democratic counterpart Sen. Bob Casey and, for the most part, the commonwealth that they both represent in the Senate. That is especially so in comparison with the partisan flamethrowers and Trump acolytes who have come to dominate Toomey’s party.

President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate, as it has been structured by hyper-partisan Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, raises the question for Toomey whether that partisan prerogative will supersede the pressing need for comprehensive disclosure of President Donald Trump’s conduct.

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This writer is guilty of 2 massive lies.

The Biden investugation was never done so allegations of corruption were not debunked.

The president asked for a judicial review of the House's subpoenas. The House Dems wanted to vote on impeachment by Christmas so they didn't want this legal review. That is not stonewalling.

This is an effort to overturn the 2016 election and influence the 2020 election. Despicable by any measure.

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