The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump is underway and Republican Senators have been told that if they step out of line and vote against the president their heads will be on a pike, a "confidant" of the president told CBS News.
Inside both parties are key blocs of senators who will ultimately decide how the trial proceeds.
Were the president's actions with Ukraine so bad that he should be removed from office? It would be much easier to say with Bolton's testimony.
Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.) said Sunday he believes that impeachment will push President Trump to change his future behavior even if he is acquitted in the Senate."This ought to be instructive for anyone here, t
Republican senators received a violently metaphorical threat before the impeachment vote. One of President Donald Trump’s confidantes said GOP senators were warned not to vote for impeachment — or else, reported CBS News. “Vote against the president and your head will be on a pike,” senators were told, according to the confidante. It’s not clear [
It’s official. The Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump will begin one week from today – three years and one day from the date Trump was sworn in: Tuesday, January 21, 2020. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell just made the announcement, adding Senators will be sworn in by the Chief Justice of the Supreme [
The newspaper’s board said “the hard evidence” will eventually catch up to them “whether they ignore it or not.”
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) has overtaken Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) as the country's least popular senator, according to the results of a new tracking poll.
John Roberts made headlines this morning. The reaction among Democratic partisans was understandable but I think missing a more important point. Manners of speaking and choice of language aren’t the problems. The problems are the Republican Party’s corruption, the president’s criminality, and the impotency of the United States Senate. This article was originally published at [
Republican senators are calling for the Trump administration to ratchet down tensions with Iran in the wake of missile attacks Tuesday night on two Iraqi bases that house U.S. personnel.The public signaling from GO
“I think he’ll put two and two together,” Sen. Mike Braun said. “In this case, he was taken to the carpet.”
'Vote against the president, and your head will be on a pike,' the senators were warned, an unnamed source close to the president told CBS News.