charles: trump defense is they released the money.they released after secretary of state lawyers said it was illegal,and the rest after congress began investigations,ukraine said they were ready to announce investigations till congress began investigating.so they relased the money cause they were FORCED to.attempting to commit a crime is a crime.ie attempted murder, does not work to say well we did not actually commit the crime.the right now thinks trump has MORE rights than everyone else.2020 dem should campaign on the rights saying we do not care what the evidence says . here is the right today Earl Fredrick Landgrebe (January 21, 1916 – June 29, 1986) was a politician and businessman. He served as an Indiana state senator and United States representative for the 2nd district. Landgrebe was from Valparaiso in Porter County, Indiana. He is remembered unfavorably for his famous line at the Watergate hearings: "Don't confuse me with the facts." Landgrebe was a staunch supporter of Richard Nixon throughout the Watergate hearings. On August 5, 1974, Richard Nixon released certain documents revealing his orders to aides to hinder the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigation of the Watergate break-in. When Landgrebe was asked on August 7 about the apparently unanimous support for impeachment of Nixon among his Republican colleagues following this disclosure, he said: "I'm going to stick with my President even if he and I have to be taken out of this building and shot." The next day, Richard Nixon announced his resignation. A few months later, Landgrebe lost re-election. His re-election bid was derailed by Democrat Floyd Fithian. the standardof the republican party still,do not confuse us with facts.