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Law professor Jonathan Turley told CBS anchor Norah O’Donnell that “his wife and dog” have received threats after he testified in front of the House Judiciary Committee last week as part of the impeachment proceedings.
The article goes on to state the following:
“To be fair, you did talk about them during your testimony. You did bring up your wife and dog,” O’Donnell responded, referring to Turley’s mention of his wife and dog during his opening statement last week.
“Who would shoot a Goldendoodle?” Turley asked in response. “Maybe a Shih Tzu, but not a Goldendoodle. I don’t understand where the anger comes from. Although as an academic, the thought that you could talk about James Madison and that would be fighting words is something I haven’t seen outside of a law school.”
In a separate article, TheHill report that Turley will take part in a closed-door caucus lunch on Tuesday, according to “a source familiar” with the situation.
“The lunch comes as senators are ramping up their efforts to prepare for a likely impeachment trial in the Senate, which is expected to start as early as January.” the Hill reports. “GOP senators had lunch last week with White House counsel Pat Cipollone.”
Turley has voiced criticism about impeachment, saying during last week’s hearing that the Democratic impeachment push is driven by partisanship and warning that impeaching Trump may set a “dangerous precedent.”
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