HBO's Bill Maher called the Trump administration's response to coronavirus more of an impeachable offense than Russian collusion or the phone call with Ukraine's president. Maher, hosting his show 'Real Time' from home, interviewed presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on the Friday edition of his show and asked how can you stop a president who is not a "president of every state equally."
"I find one of the most galling parts of this is that the president is favoring certain states over the others," Maher said. "Governors who are nice to him, as he calls it, get a lot of attention and all the equipment they want."
"To me, this is even more of an impeachable offense than what he did with Ukraine or Russia," Maher declared. "How do you stop a president who is blatantly not the president of every state equally? How do you stop a president who sends aid to Florida, for example, because he likes the governor there but not here in California or Illinois or Massachusetts?"
Maher also criticized Trump in the "New Rules" segment of his show, calling the president the "worst responder."