1. The McCain Family Drama
The McCain Family has had an interesting week, to put it mildly, and is now proving to be part of an interesting subtext of the ongoing impeachment investigation in Washington.
The affection was voiced by Megan McCain in an interview with Bravo:" Joe Biden and I, we all know, are very close, "said Megan McCain. "And I love him dearly and I think he is a really decent, wonderful human being that could be very healing for the country."
As part of this effort, Giuliani released parts of a text message that Walker's showing helped him arrange meetings with senior Ukrainian officials ̵
Volcker agreed to be removed by the House Intelligence Committee, so that we can soon learn more about his take on all this.
But suffice it to say that his role in assisting Giuliani does not sit well with members of the McCain family, who make clear their love and respect for Biden. 19659005] Volker resigned as special envoy on Friday.
And several sources familiar with the issue, speaking this weekend on condition of anonymity because of sensitivity. On the subject, I said that we expect soon, perhaps on Monday, the future of Volker at the McCain Institute.
2. Democratic Mayor's Strategy
the party wants to make sure that these members explain their positions to their constituents.
"They were told to focus on Ukraine when talking about impeachment," Jackie Kucinic of The Daily Beast said, "And they were told to keep the mayoralties that were already on the books in their neighborhoods, and so far we can see that they are. "