In this podcast Gregg Jarrett, FOX News Legal Analyst and author of the new book “Witch Hunt: The Story of the Greatest Mass Delusion in American Political History”, provides his analysis and commentary on the Impeachment proceedings on Capitol Hill. Along with special guests and experts Gregg cuts through the spin and tries to make sense of all the developments.
The 'Total Acquittal' of President Donald J. Trump
In this episode, Gregg wraps up the Senate Impeachment Trial with a look at the road that led to a "total acquittal' of President Donald J. Trump. And we hear reaction on the 'acquittal' from President Trump.
Senators Ask Questions in Impeachment Trial, Focus on Executive Privilege
In this episode, Gregg takes a look at the first day Senators were allowed to ask questions in the Impeachment Trial and President Trump's defense team focuses on Executive Privilege.
Trump Defense Team Wraps Up, Bolton Bombshell Not A Concern
In this episode, Gregg takes us through the case made by President Trump's legal defense team and covers the less than explosive John Bolton 'bombshell'.
History Won't Be Kind to Dems, James Trusty On What Can Be Dismissed
In this episode, Gregg gives us a historic example of a popular president using, but not abusing, his office for political gain. Gregg also speaks to Former Federal Prosecutor James Trusty on what could possibly be dismissed.
Trial Day One, Arguments Over Rules and Witnesses
In this episode, Gregg covers day one of the Senate Impeachment Trial. President Trump's legal team and Democrat Senators made their opening statements followed by arguments over rules and potential witnesses.
Impeachment Heads to the Senate, More Witnesses may not
In this episode, Gregg explains how this entire process has been the true 'abuse of power' for political gain by the Democrats and especially Nancy Pelosi. He also discusses how the House already had its chance to call for more witnesses before the Senate trial.