House Republicans unanimously opposed Thursday’s vote to formalize impeachment rules, insisting the process to date has been flawed and opaque. Longtime GOP strategist Michael Steel, who previously served as press secretary for former Speaker of the House John Boehner, joins Nick Schifrin to discuss that argument and why “there isn’t a case to be made” that the president is innocent of wrongdoing.
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