The Senate will then take Tuesday off ahead of a vote on whether to remove Trump from office on Wednesday afternoon.
President Trump praised Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday for “taking charge” of Roger Stone’s criminal case, essentially confirming the ultra-loyal AG railroaded his own prosecutors to reduce a proposed prison sentence for the Republican trickster. Emboldened by his recent impeachment
During closing arguments at President Trump’s Senate trial this Monday, Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow gave a video presentation that disparagingly painted Democrats as bitter partisans with an agenda to take down Trump since the early days of his presidency. But it wasn’t so much the framing of Sekulow’s narrative that rubbed people the wrong way [
The president of the United States is on trial in the Senate. It is an impeachment trial and, thus far, has consisted of remarks made by impeachment managers from the House of Representatives, who have argued that the president should be removed from office for abuse of power and contempt
WASHINGTON (AP) " Years from now, will you remember where you were and what you were doing when President Donald Trump was impeached? Have you forgotten already?The country has been on a constitutional bullet train that took off with a whistleblower's highly detailed account of wrongdoing, roared ahead through a cascade of tweets and lurched to a halt after more than four months of inquiry, angst and debate with Trump's acquittal on Wednesday. So can you point to Ukraine on a map? [
Trump appears en route to becoming the third president to remain in office after a Senate impeachment trial
‘Where’s the Whistleblower?
The Senate voted Friday to not allow witnesses to testify in President Trump’s impeachment trial, paving the way for his likely acquittal next week — but two days of long speeches and a final Senate floor vote still stand in the way of his declaring victory. Here’s what’s up ahead: Senators have the coming weekend
Senators are trying to poke holes in their opponents’ arguments as they get their first chance to ask questions.
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) was put on the spot on Sunday morning on CNN after calling Donald Trump’s Ukraine phone call seeking dirty on former Vice President Joe Biden “wrong” and then refusing to explain why she thought it was wrong. Appearing on State of the Union, the Iowa Republican who is faced with a [
The president aired new and old grievances against the Democrats who impeached him.