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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff announced his panel will take public testimony starting Nov. 13 with acting Ukraine Ambassador William Taylor.
The resolution authorizes the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee to conduct open hearings and allows the president and his attorneys to cross-examine witnesses.
The resolution, which formalizes the impeachment inquiry into President Trump, outlines rules and procedures for the inquiry moving forward.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., says the House will vote this week on a resolution outlining the process for the next steps in the inquiry into President Trump.
GOP lawmakers broke House rules by entering a secure area where a closed-door interview was scheduled to be held. Committee rules allow only those serving on those panels conducting inquiry to attend.
In a Tuesday morning tweet, the president lashed out at the process underway in the House that may lead to an impeachment vote.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who ran against President Donald Trump in the 2016 Republican primary, says he supports impeaching the president. Kasich said on CNN that the “final straw” for him was when acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney acknowledged Thursday that Trump’s decision to hold up military aid… Read More
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell briefed his caucus on what a Trump impeachment trial could look like in the Upper Chamber. It could last weeks and begin after the Thanksgiving holiday.
Marie Yovanovitch was recalled from her post in May after criticism from some Republicans, including the president’s eldest son, that she was not supportive of the administration’s policies.
President Trump’s attorney wrote in a lengthy letter that the House impeachment inquiry is “invalid,” charging that it violates the Constitution. Speaker Pelosi and constitutional scholars disagree.