This is such a waste of time. So many other things to do with the governments time but this is what we have. They also never let the people respond
and when they do it is always a yes/no. The FCC is reviewing a case regarding the merger now.
Representative Pramila Jayapal, a Democrat, agreed with Johnson’s concerns. “It appears that you were trying to influence the merger,” she told
"It doesn't pass the smell test...". That is what Congressman Hank Johnson said to the CEO if T-Mobile for staying at the Trump DC hotel. Just
prior he was asking about how the 'optics' were that they were in town for a FCC hearing and stayed at a Trump property. Why? Does Trump really have
that much influence over the FCC because he just had to veto, for the first time ever, a resolution to stop a National Emergency for the United
He says that it could be in violation of the Foreign Emoluments Clause in the constitution. Really? This has gone on far too long. He even asked if
Trump had called the Justice Department for them? He then repeated basically the same question. It gets good at about 4:45...when the response to
Johnson from Sensenbrenner comes.
He then apologizes and explains that the FCC is an independent agency and not a part of the administration. This is what just about every hearing is
This was good too....
Representatives Matt Gaetz and Ken Buck, both Republicans, mocked the hotel issue. “I had dinner at the Trump hotel three weeks ago,” Buck said.
“I wonder if I have a conflict of interest?”
They do not even need to have a reason to ask questions anymore. It is all about trying to find anything and be the one who takes down Trump.
That is what Congressman Hank Johnson said to the CEO if T-Mobile for staying at the Trump DC hotel. Just prior he was asking about how the
'optics' were that they were in town for a FCC hearing and stayed at a Trump property. Why?
He's probably concerned the hotel will tip over and capsize.
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