Democrats will wrap up their case against President Donald Trump today. Trump's lawyers will begin making their arguments on Saturday.
For many members, the long hours without electronics have been a welcome side effect of President Donald Trump’s trial.
“I stayed awake, but I didn’t hear anything new,” said Sen. John Barrasso.
“I know the senator believes that as well,” she said of Sen. Bernie Sanders.
The resolution passed Thursday is nonbinding but “directs” Trump to cease hostilities against Iran unless there’s an “imminent” attack or Congress declares war.
“America and the world cannot afford war,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday.
“We have the support of the majority of the public for the policies that we advocate for. And so we have to speak from a place of authority and power,” said Rep. Ilhan Omar.
There's been a lot of talk about wine caves recently, and the people want to know: What kind of cave are you?
“What do you think is going to happen if these sit there for a month or two months? Trump will go crazy,” said Rep. Earl Blumenauer.
Reps. Collin Peterson and Jeff Van Drew voted against Trump's impeachment, though Van Drew plans to leave the Democratic Party and become a Republican in the coming days.
Republicans Are Comparing Trump's Impeachment To Jesus' Crucifixion, Pearl Harbor, And The Salem Witch Trials
"Pontius Pilate afforded more rights to Jesus than the Democrats have afforded this president and this process."
President Donald Trump will become the third president to be impeached after a series of historic votes in the House of Representatives on Wednesday.
Trump will face a trial in the Republican-controlled Senate, where he’s likely to be acquitted.
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The First Democrat To Call For Impeachment Says If The Senate Won’t Remove Trump From Office, Democrats Can Try Again
Texas Rep. Al Green was the first to support impeaching Trump. He’s not planning on dropping it anytime soon.
Next, the full House will vote to send the impeachment to the Senate. If the articles pass the House, Trump will be the third president ever impeached in US history.
If — or when — the impeachment trial heads to the Senate, it will trap presidential candidates in DC. But Bernie Sanders has AOC.
Rep. Mark Meadows led the House’s most conservative caucus. Now he’s sharing tips with the head of the most progressive caucus, Rep. Pramila Jayapal.
"It was not me!!!!" Rep. Eric Swalwell said in a text message. "It's funny tho." #Fartgate trended on Twitter.
Marie Yovanovitch was asked to respond to Trump's tweets while testifying at his impeachment hearings. "It is very intimidating," she said.