Instead of ignoring the activists from the progressive group MoveOn.org who were asking it, he head-butted their camera.
“There you go,” he said, then walked into an elevator to end the strange encounter.
He never answered the question, asked several times: “Do you think it’s OK for the president to pressure foreign governments to interfere in our elections?”
That call and the events around it ― and allegations U.S. aid was contingent upon such an investigation ― is at the heart of an impeachment inquiry against Trump, which was formalized on Thursday in a vote largely along party lines.
Republicans voted against it, with Young calling the proceedings a “sham.”
“When you think about it, three years, all they’ve ever tried to do is get rid of Trump,” he told Alaska Public Media.
H/T Raw Story
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