Democratic House impeachment managers believe President Donald Trump has not learned anything from his recently concluded impeachment trial and will likely continue the same behavior while in office, they told CNN in an exclusive interview.
The House votes to initiate the Nixon and Clinton inquiries were bipartisan
George Conway, husband to President Donald Trump's adviser Kellyanne Conway, writes that Trump may need to be impeached a second time -- in response to the firing of alleged NSC leaker Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman. Conway's op-ed in the Washington Post was published a mere five days after the U.S. Senate acquitted President Trump on two articles of impeachment.
I have never agreed with Professor Alan Dershowitz’s impeachment theory.
Richard Nixon's role in the Watergate break-in has been the standard for impeachable conduct. Dershowitz's arguments imply Nixon got a raw deal.
It’s the Trumpiest possible argument in his defense.
"Joe Biden should be very careful what he's asking for," Senator Joni Ernst said.
Debunking attempts by Democrats to “dirty up” their impeachment allegations
UPDATE, 1:15 p.m. PT: In the opening hours of the impeachment trial proceedings on Thursday, one comment stood out among all the others. It was when Alan Dershowitz, arguing for President Donald Trump’s legal team, said that “if a president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest, that [
"For all that talk about 'overturning the will of the voter,' Senate GOP seems pretty okay with impeaching a future president