It seems like Biden has a hard time deciding or remembering if he is pushing for the bill of attainder being referred to as an impeachment or not.

At 11 am on February 11, Biden said that “he believes “some minds may be changed” in former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial after the display of searing, graphic videos of the assault on the U.S. Capitol.”

At 8 am on February 11, Biden’s press secretary said: “Joe Biden is the president. He’s not a pundit. He’s not going to opine on the back-and-forth arguments in the Senate, nor is he watching them.”

On February 11, the Biden administration said that the President is “keeping his counsel” on the Trump bill of attainder hearings.

On January 26, Biden said that the Trump bill of attainder “has to happen.”

On January 14, Biden had this to say: “I hope they’ll deal with their Constitutional responsibilities on impeachment while also working on the other urgent business of this nation”

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Eric Wilner · February 12, 2021 at 7:10 am

Ah, someone else remembers what a legislative trial of a private citizen is called!

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