All hell broke loose when a CNN anchor said this about impeaching Trump

CNN is the anti-Trump network.

On-air talent said the word impeachment 108 times in one day.

But all hell broke loose when a CNN anchor said this about impeachment.

CNN’s Chris Cuomo is a die-hard Trump hating liberal.

Michael Cohen’s attorney Lanny Davis revealed audio of Cohen discussing paying women who claimed they had affairs with Trump on Cuomo’s show.

But when Cohen pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations that he claims Trump ordered, Cuomo was not impressed.

The CNN anchor said there was no proof of any wrongdoing and what Trump did wasn’t really an impeachable offense.

The Daily Caller reports:

Cuomo responded, “Let’s flip it a little bit and see how many people I can get angry at me in one night. I read that information, what they call the charging document, where there are no charges because there was a plea deal. I’m not impressed by these campaign finance violation charges. He pled guilty. I get it. That was his decision, but they never proved it, and they are cutting it very fine with what they say he did. I don’t think we know that this was some grave campaign finance conspiracy going on. I think they were lying about it, I think they were being sneaky about it, but I don’t know that there’s criminal exposure for the president, especially with all the DOJ guidance about when you can when you can move on a president. They would have to impeach him first. I don’t know this is a high crime or misdemeanor…

…Cuomo interrupted, “I’m fine with all of that. I’m fine with him saying, look I lied because it is none of your business. I would’ve taken care of it anyway.  It’s not a crime. I lied. I shouldn’t of lied. I’m sorry. Let’s move on. He’d get an applause from me on that.”

Federal prosecutors charged former Presidential candidate John Edwards with a similar crime.

The jury acquitted Edwards because the law states that if you would have taken this action even if you weren’t running for office, it was not a violation.

Edwards successfully argued that he paid money to a woman to keep an affair quiet so his wife wouldn’t find out.

Prosecutors forced Cohen to plead guilty and implicate Trump in acts that are not crimes.

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