During the first impeachment hearing before the House Judiciary Committee this Wednesday, Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) took exception to the testimony of Harvard law professor Noah Feldman, who was asked what he believes the Founders would say if they were presented with evidence about President Trump’s conduct in regards to his dealings with Ukraine. According to [
The GOP tried to put the final impeachment witnesses on the spot, but tripped into a series of face-plants that did more damage to Trump than anything Democrats were able to do.
WASHINGTON (AP) " The Latest on President Donald Trump and the House impeachment inquiry (all times local):8:55 a.m.President Donald Trump says he does not expect to be impeached, claiming Democrats have 'absolutely nothing' incriminating, despite days of public testimony by witnesses who said Trump withheld aid from Ukraine to press the country to investigate his political rivals.Trump told 'Fox & Friends' on Friday, 'I think it's very hard to impeach you when they have [
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump and the House impeachment inquiry (all times local): 8:55 a.m. President Donald Trump says he does not expect to be impeached, claiming Democrats have “absolutely nothing” incriminating, despite days of public testimony by witnesses who said Trump withheld aid from Ukraine
It was a day of blockbuster day of testimony from E.U. Ambassador Gordon Sondland, in which Sondland — who once gave Donald Trump a million dollars for his inauguration — decided to save his own hide by ratting out not just Trump and his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, but seemingly half the senior staff of the White House. But the [
During last week’s Donald Trump House impeachment inquiry public hearings, Republicans called Professor Jonathan Turley, who in 1998 testified that Bill Clinton should be impeached for lying under oath about a sexual affair—but this time he asserts that the House should slow down. Walter Dellinger, Duke University law professor, joins Joy Reid to discuss Turley’s testimony, which left many people scratching their heads.
Republican analyst Amanda Carpenter said she believes supporters of President Donald Trump could be planning to make acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney the scapegoat for allegations levied at the president during the impeachment inquiry.
The president, who said Tuesday he was watching some of the Hill proceedings, also called Speaker Nancy Pelosi "grossly incompetent."
“The damage to our system of checks and balances, and to the balance of power within our three branches of government, will be long-lasting and potentially irrevocable if the president’s ability to stonewall Congress goes unchecked.”
In 1998, House Republicans conducted impeachment proceedings against President Bill Clinton while he was on several overseas trips, just as House Democrats will do this week.
"It's the kind of thing you say when you're defending the indefensible," Democrat James Himes said, referring to Republican attempts to smear Vindman's reputation.
Stanford law professor Pamela Karlan won thousands of fans with her blistering opening statement in the House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearing. Karlan blasted Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA), the committee’s ranking member, after he suggested she had not read the underlying evidence in the case against President Donald Trump. “I read transcripts of every one of [