While most people under investigation go with "no comment," President Donald Trump is letting his unfettered opinions about the impeachment inquiry hearings fly.
But not in official statements or during official press conferences.
Trump is letting it all hang out on Twitter.
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People Are Calling Trump's Bluff After He Says He'll 'Strongly Consider' Testifying In Impeachment Probe
With Team Trump complaining about not getting to "have their day in court" for the impeachment inquiry, despite it not being a trial or a court, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi offered the President the opportunity to testify.
And President Donald Trump said he would "strongly consider" it.
What could go wrong?
In 2013, Army 1st Lt. Clint Lorance was tried and found guilty of second-degree murder after ordering his men to fire on three innocent men in Afghanistan.
He was sentenced to 19 years in prison for his war crimes.
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Craig Silverman, a former Denver deputy district attorney and radio talk show host, claims he was suddenly fired from his job at a Conservative radio station for criticism of President Donald Trump.
Silverman was discussing the nearly 40 Trump associates criminally indicted (six of whom have been convicted) during his talk show on Denver's 710 KNUS.