This week we turn back the clock, and replay former U.S. House of Representatives Henry Hyde summation prosecuting former President Clinton in which Hyde argued that it was the House’s constitutional duty to impeach Bill Clinton on perjury.
In this week’s round table segment, Bill is joined by Ray Long of the Chicago Tribune, Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun-Times, Greg Hinz of Crain’s, and Heather Cherone editor of The Daily Line. The Round Table opens up with a recap of Henry Hyde’s summation, and if he were alive today would be prosecuting President Trump as well. Michael Madigan’s close associate, and a lobbyist Mike McClain is under controversy over an e-mail. Lynn with an update from Washington D.C. on the upcoming Impeachment trial of President Trump. How will the death of Qasem Soleimani affect U.S. International relations?
This week’s Connected to Chicago segment is with John Dempsey, and highlights the recent controversies surrounding Red Light cameras being used to catch speeders and traffic violators in the Chicago area.