On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks argued that pursuing impeachment would be a colossal error, but sometimes bringing down a president is necessary, “and it may be necessary in this case.
And this is a case where I think we’re voters, and voters should have the ultimate word here.
And giving information to the voters about what’s really happening is a good idea.”
This is, to me, a borderline case.
And when we have our politics through the politics of scandal, we’re not having a politics through the politics of issues.”