[Ed. – I don’t know, what do you say at this point? There doesn’t seem to be any indication of what “lines” were “crossed.” There never is.]
Andrew Card, who served as White House chief of staff during the George W. Bush administration, on Monday expressed support for House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry of President Trump, saying that “clearly lines have been crossed.”
“I do think an impeachment inquiry is warranted,” Card, who led Bush’s White House team between 2001 and 2006, said on MSNBC while addressing revelations about Trump’s alleged efforts to enlist Ukraine’s help in his 2020 reelection campaign.
Card cautioned that he wasn’t sure if Trump’s actions qualified as an “impeachable offense” and implored members of Congress to let the investigation play out before reaching a conclusion on the matter.