Support for Trump’s conviction is overwhelming among Democrats, with 92% in favour
The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump ended with a whimper Saturday afternoon, leaving time for the long weekend in honor of, yes, presidents. And like a veteran mob boss who sneers at justice, Trump beat the rap again as his adversaries fell 10 votes short of the 67 needed for conviction.
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Louisiana’s Republican Party on Saturday censured GOP Sen. Bill Cassidy for voting to convict former President Donald Trump at his second impeachment trial. Cassidy joined six other Republicans and all 50 Democrats in voting to convict Trump on Saturday for his role in the Jan.
Former President Donald Trump’s lawyers will highlight Democrats’ hypocrisy in condoning street violence when they present his defense on Friday in the Senate impeachment trial over his alleged incitement of the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. But with Mr. Trump’s acquittal all but assured as early as this
A look at the composition of the Republican Senate caucus.
Welcome back to Mother Jones‘ live coverage of Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial. Day 2 will see Democrats lay out the case for a Senate conviction of the former president over his role in fomenting the January 6 Capitol insurrection. Things kick off at noon, and you can expect more footage taken inside the Capitol during [
North Carolina's Republican party on Monday night voted to formally censure Richard Burr after he voted to impeach Trump, making him the third of seven to be punished so far.
The Maine Republican Party plans to discuss and consider censuring Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) over her vote to convict former President Trump during the Senate impeachment trial.County Republican cha
By only focusing on 'incitement to insurrection', Democrats have made it easy for Republicans to take the weasel way out. There was another option
House Democrats say there is no “January Exception" to the Constitution as they pushed back on claims that the impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump is unconstitutional, instead urging the Senate to convict him for allegedly inciting an insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Senate Democrats aren't likely to get 17 Republicans on board to convict the former president, but they could get a few.
Steve Bannon, Trump's ex-chief strategist, told Politico that the former president would be smeared 'in the eyes of the American people.'