And it's impeachment talk all the time.
But while everyone is talking impeachment, there are two big trials starting up in New York.
The first is Harvey Weinstein, where he won a motion to be able to show the jury in opening the "dozens and dozens" of loving emails from his accusers:
"What we will counter with are their own words, where they describe loving relations, sensual encounters with Mr. Weinstein," defense attorney Damon Cheronis said during oral arguments Tuesday. "Mr. Weinstein is described as someone they care about both before and after the alleged sexual assault."Of course he should be able to do so, and it's weird that it was even a question.
"Another complaining witness who claims Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted her sent him an email wanting to introduce him to her mother," Cheronis argued at another point, though he never specified to whom among the six he was referring.
For the other big NY trial, we move to federal court where Scott Srebnick and Jose Quinon are representing Michael Avenatti. The big fight right now is trying to get Avenatti out of the SHU, where it is impossible to prepare for trial. Here's Scott's letter and the Warden's response. It's absurd to keep a first-time accused white collar defendant in solitary conditions like El Chapo. Let's hope this doesn't break Avenatti into pleading as the government is trying to do.