Monday morning brings us the second round of House Judiciary Committee hearings to determine whether President Donald Trump has committed impeachable acts. Last week’s hearing with constitutional experts laid out the history of the impeachment process and the somewhat ambiguous criteria. Now we will hear “opening arguments” from three lawyers. This article was originally published [
According to CNN pollster-in-residence Harry Enten, Donald Trump’s next 100 days — which could include an impeachment trial in the Senate — will hold the key to whether he will remain president in 2020. As Eten explains in a column for CNN, “His [Trump’s] approval rating has been consistently low during his first term. Yet [
During the House Judiciary Committee hearings on impeachment Wednesday, Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO) challenged the GOP constitutional expert witness, George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley, who had argued Trump wasn’t being given a proper chance to present his case — and got him to admit that President Donald Trump has in fact blocked several [
Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) has demanded that Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) postpone a scheduled House Judiciary Committee hearing slated for Monday after being blindsided by a massive report from the Democrats on the committee making the case for the impeachment of President Donald Trump. According to Newsmax, Collins — who has become one of the [
CNN’s regular John Avlon took a harsh look at Republican efforts to derail the impeachment of Donald Trump and accused the GOP of creating a talking points strategy straight out of George Orwell’s “1984.” As part of his “Reality Check” segment, Avlon broke down how Trump and his stalwart supporters in the GOP have attempted [
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.
A meeting between President Donald Trump and Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp quickly ended after the two men got into a dispute over who should be appointed to the state’s Senate seat. The Wall Street Journal reports that Trump and Kemp met in person on Sunday and then had a followup phone conversation on Monday, [
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Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said on Friday that he opposes quickly dismissing any articles of impeachment against President Trump and predicted the Senate would hold a trial. "I know outside pundits are just bringing
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) claimed Friday he has shared discussions with Republican senators who would consider voting to remove President Donald Trump from office if the House moves to impeach.
As the inquiry hurtles toward impeachment and a Senate trial, Republicans on Capitol Hill are solidly behind the president, even if they offer scattershot and at times contradictory defenses of his alleged wrongdoing.