Former GOP Rep. Joe Walsh, a longshot candidate for the Republican nomination for president, called President Donald Trump a "traitor" for asking Ukraine and China to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter, and again argued Trump should be impeached for asking countries to "interfere in our election."
Joe Biden suggested that Donald Trump asked foreign governments to 'manufacture lies' about him in order to hurt the former vice president's chances in the presidential election.
Republican presidential candidates Mark Sanford and Joe Walsh debated the impeachment of President Donald Trump on live television on Sunday. The two candidates appeared on CNN’s State of the Union, where host Jake Tapper asked them about charges that Trump abused his power by trying to get Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden. Sanford couldn’t say [
The US president is facing an impeachment inquiry while the British PM has had a turbulent few weeks.
Amid a rambling press conference in which President Donald Trump sought, futilely, to defend his Joe Biden-focused pressure campaign in Ukraine, he diverted into some political handicapping regarding his impeachment battle and the recently concluded special elections in North Carolina.
Here's an exchange that happened -- in the real world -- between the President of the United States and his Department of Homeland Security head, according to The New York Times:
George Conway donated $5,600 to former Rep. Joe Walsh's (R-Ill.) primary challenge to President Trump, ac
A poll showed that "a new high" of 51 percent of voters want Trump impeached and removed from office.
Walsh differed with fellow former Rep. Mark Sanford, who is also mounting a long-shot primary challenge to Trump.