Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Julie Hyman, and Brian Cheung discuss.
DOVIDO: Now, let me see if I understand this. Graham was elected by the people to represent their interests and took an oath of office that, it seems to me, requires him to be an impartial jurist in any impeachment trials that may arise in the senate. Is he saying that his oath of office was just a "suggestion" and not really something that he, and other members of the Senate, are expected to honor? Hmmmm. Are there elections that are being held in 2020 that might provide us with a remedy to these law breakers (they were supposed to be "law makers."