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House Democrats have unveiled their allegations. After it finalizes the articles, the Judiciary Committee is expected to send them to the full House for a vote on whether to impeach.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Democratic and Republican lawyers from the House Intelligence and Judiciary committees are expected to give presentations to the House lawmakers on Monday, Dec. 9 in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. The hearing comes days after legal experts testified before a House Judiciary Committee public hearing. Three of those witnesses, invited… Read More
The House Intelligence Committee has resumed its pas de deux of dueling documents. Republicans fired first with a report on Monday.
The Founding Fathers saw impeachment as a release valve from another “crisis of a national revolution.” But they also worried it would devolve into partisan bickering if put into action.
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
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.
The Trump White House says they will not participate in Congress’s ongoing impeachment inquiry, heightening a political and legal standoff between the two branches of government.
Former Vice President Joe Biden called the president’s remarks “a grotesque choice of lies over truth and self over the country.”
The press conference with visiting Finnish President Sauli Niinistö comes as House Democrats are threatening a fresh subpoena for White House documents relating to the growing Ukraine scandal.
The secretary of state accused House Democrats of trying to “intimidate” and “bully” State Department officials by asking them give depositions over the growing Ukraine scandal.