Mitch McConnell is serving a heaping helping of sauce for the gander to Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer.
According to a report from the New York Times, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is finding his hands tied by members of his own party who are skeptical over the appropriateness of calling some of the witnesses Donald Trump — and a few of his House Republican enablers — want to appear. As the [
Famous for the big television moment, could we see Trump himself testifying under oath during his own impeachment trial in the Senate? Ron Klain reacts.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) briefed Democrats during a closed-door caucus lunch on Wednesday on the "mechanics" of a likely impeachment trial.As part of the briefing, lawmakers were shown "video
"We will have Schiff, the Bidens, Pelosi and many more testify, and will reveal, for the first time, how corrupt our system really is," Trump wrote.
(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump has openly cheered for the impeachment process to move to the friendlier confines of the GOP-led Senate, but there may be some surprises in store for him on the way to a likely acquittal.Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said it’s “inconceivable” at this point
Donald Trump told Fox & Friends he wants to go on trial, which means he would like to be impeached. The president complained that Republicans couldn’t call witnesses during the House impeachment hearings, and suggested a trial would enable him to quiz the whistleblower and Adam Schiff, House intelligence committee chair Trump suggests he wants to be impeached and says 'I want a trial' – live Continue reading
Corrupt politician Adam Schiff’s lies are growing by the day. Keep fighting tough, Republicans, you are dealing with human scum who have taken Due Process and all of the Republican Party’s rights away from us during the most unfair hearings in American History
With his impeachment now all-but-certain, President Donald Trump and his allies are beginning to look past the House of Representatives, shifting their sights to the Republican-led Senate where the President will face trial.
The House Judiciary Committee held their first impeachment hearings, with testimony from legal scholars who argued for that Trump’s behavior was “definitely impeachable.” MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber argues the “rare” impeachment hearings were a “dry run of the case against Trump at any future Senate trial.”