Donald Trump is "going to win this thing in 2020 because they are incredibly deranged,” Eric Trump said of Democrats.
More Democrats are calling - and more loudly - for impeachment proceedings against U.S. President Donald Trump after his latest defiance of Congress by blocking his former White House lawyer from testifying.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Wisconsin Democratic U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan is calling for impeachment proceedings to move forward against President Donald Trump. Pocan on Tuesday tweeted that "Stonewalling Congress on witnesses and the unredacted Mueller report" enhances the appearance of guilt and "has pushed Congress to a point where
President Trump predicted on Twitter today that "SleepyCreepy Joe" would beat out the rest of the pack as the Democratic nominee -- but there's still a long road ahead for the Democrats fighting to come out on top. Susan Page, Zerlina Maxwell and Elise Jordan join NBC's Kristen Welker to discuss.
President Trump called on his aides to affirm how calm he was during a meeting with Democrats on Wednesday.
As President Donald Trump has been openly feuding with House Democrats pursuing investigations into him, his administration and his finances, some lawmakers are calling to start an impeachment inquiry, the first step in a lengthy and likely divisive process.
Despite House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's misgivings about impeaching the president, Democrats will meet to discuss the subject after a series of moves by the administration to stymie congressional probes.
House Democratic leaders on Tuesday faced fresh calls to move forward with President Trump's impeachment after former White House counsel Don McGahn skipped his scheduled testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.
In this episode of "The White House Brief," host Jon Miller discussed the Democrats' baseless but increasing calls for impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump in the aftermath of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation report.
Democrats are meeting behind closed doors today, deciding whether to move forward with impeachment proceedings. Washington Post Political Reporter and Moderator of Washington Week on PBS, Robert Costa, joins Stephanie Ruhle to discuss whether impeachment has more support than we know.
President Donald Trump referred to impeachment as the "I-word" in an impromptu press conference on Wednesday in which he blasted Democratic leaders.
According to President Trump's own Twitter feed, he detests seeing Democratic candidates on his favorite television channel.