There’s now a second whistleblower accusing President Trump of misconduct, but Carleton College political analyst Steven Schier says it may not matter…

“Because we already have the transcript of the conversation and the administration’s defense of the conversation, unless there is new evidence that can really be provided that indicates more directly a quid pro quo, it’s hard to see how this will change the overall pattern of evidence that we already have.”

Attorneys representing the whistleblower who filed a complaint last month about Trump’s dealings with the president of Ukraine confirmed over the weekend that they represent “multiple” clients.