This is a big surprise coming from her…
Tuesday night, Alyssa Milano joined Cuomo Prime Time where the actor-turned-activist found common ground with Republicans in expressing frustration with the impeachment process.
“I think like most Democrats that have the privilege to be concerned about what this president has done, you know, I’m very impatient. I wanted this vote to happen last week,” Milano said.
One of the main objections by Republicans to the impeachment process is that, so far, every deposition has been behind closed doors. But that’s about to change as a plan is being introduced on Tuesday that is setting the stage for public hearings, and for Milano, that can’t come soon enough.
“I’m satisfied, and yet I’m very anxious to get these open hearings underway,” Milano said, “so that we, the American people, can really see what’s going on.”
Although the impeachment process has been undertaken according to House rules set by Republicans in 2015, Donald Trump and his lawyers have complained about a lack of due process. Fortunately for them, the plan set forth on Tuesday includes the eventual participation of the president and his counsel.