Evan Bayh suggests compromise between Trump, Dems to avoid impeachment
Added 12-01-19 05:29:02pm EST - “Former Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Ind., who served during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, suggested Sunday that a compromise between House Democrats and President Trump could be a satisfactory solution to avoid the "political food…” - Foxnews.com
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President Trump's conduct appears more serious than Bill Clinton's actions but less egregious than Richard Nixon's conduct, says former Indiana Senator Evan Bayh.
Former Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Ind., who served during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, suggested Sunday that a compromise between House Democrats and President Trump could be a satisfactory solution to avoid the “political food fight” of impeachment, but said realistically he doubts it will become a reality.
Bayh claimed that the American people may best be served by the House continuing its investigation with Trump’s participation, and then leaving the ultimate decision to voters instead of the Senate.
“It probably is in the president’s best interest to say ‘Look, I’ll participate, I’ll make all my witnesses available if you’ll agree to just let the voters decide next fall; issue a report, don’t impeach me.' I think there’s the middle ground," Bayh said on Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures."
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