ROCHESTER, N.H. — In his clearest and most direct call to date for President Donald Trump’s impeachment, Joe Biden on Wednesday said the president “indicted” then “convicted himself” when he asked foreign nations to investigate his Democratic rival. Biden in a lengthy speech laid out Trump’s actions in recent weeks, accusing him of trying to extort Ukraine and condemning Trump’s call from the White House lawn that China to investigate Biden.
Joe Biden. | Mario Tama/Getty Images Joe Biden’s middling $15.2 million third-quarter fundraising haul is raising fresh questions about whether the former vice president’s campaign can withstand a new onslaught of Republican ad attacks while simultaneously waging a battle for the Democratic nomination.
"Sondland now says he only claimed there was no quid pro quo because Trump repeatedly assured him of it in a direct phone call — regardless of whether it was true. 'And I recall the president was in a bad mood.”' @kyledcheney and @AndrewDesiderio report https://politi.co/2BkaZgT