J.W. Varret, a law professor at Antonin Scalia Law School, said that the president's refusal to comply with congressional subpoenas was impeachable and that he may have committed tax fraud.
The articles focus on abuse of power and obstructing Congress. The president called impeachment “Political Madness.”
Are the politics of impeachment changing in the Senate? We talk to Karine Jean-Pierre and David Jolly.
Comments by Lindsey Graham and other Republicans about the Donald Trump impeachment process and likely Senate trial have led many to accuse some GOP senators of allegedly putting party before country. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said on Thursday that he doubts any Republican senators will vote to convict President Trump and remove him from office, and predicted some Democrats could also vote to acquit him.&nb
A top House Democrat accused leading Senate Republicans of a “violation” of their oath to “do impartial justice” in the upcoming Senate trial.
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.
Democrats are reportedly plotting to block Senate Republicans from carrying out a quickie impeachment acquittal of President Trump without allowing any witnesses. And the president himself wants to turn the Senate trial into a made-for-TV free-for-all that humiliate his Democratic opponents. Sound
Could President Donald Trump be the first president in American history to get impeached twice? George Conway, the husband of Trump White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, suggested on Tuesday that Democrats could pursue a second impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump if Republicans in the Senate let the president off the hook. While reacting to [
Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal told MSNBC that "unpredicted evidence" could prompt more Republican senators to vote against Trump.
Pam Bondi, the former Florida attorney general who recently joined President Trump's impeachment messaging team, said Sunday that the White House has every right to work with GOP senators in the lead-up to the Senate impeachment trial.
Republican pols are going all-out to defend President Trump ahead of key steps this week in the impeachment inquiry in the House of Representatives. Trump’s GOP supporters lashed out at Democrats Sunday, with one senator going so far as to spew a discredited conspiracy theory saying Ukraine was