KHANNA: "Yes. The Joe Biden one is worse. I think both are bad. Look, if all the President had said is, 'We want broad anti-corruption measures,' that is fine. Of course the American president has the ability to say to other countries, 'Take broad measures to root out corruption.' But that’s not what happened in this case. The President was going after debunked conspiracy theories to try to vindicate his own political standing. That’s bad. Of course, what’s terrible is the president bringing up Biden on the phone call. So I think what you’re dealing with is the gravity of the offense, the Biden one being the worst. But asking to investigate debunked conspiracy theories for your personal gain and political standing is bad as well. And Mulvaney admitted to that."