Republicans Think President Trump Had Every Right To Fire Government Officials Who Testified Against Him
“People were supposed to have loyalty. Obviously they didn’t,” one Senate Republican said.
In today's season finale: Can impeachment be fixed?
In today's episode: Donald Trump does not get impeached.
Three committee chairs are expecting thousands of pages of records from government agencies, and nongovernment witnesses have agreed to cooperate.
Trump May Have Been Acquitted, But The House’s Vote To Impeach Him “Will Last Forever,” Democrat Says
“I do believe it would be a mistake for him to think that he can now simply disregard all the laws we have in this country,” Rep. Al Green, the first Democrat to call for impeachment, said Wednesday.
Trump will remain in office after the Senate voted to clear him of the charges that have dogged his presidency for months.
Senators voted to acquit Trump and end the impeachment trial around 4:30 p.m., despite Republican Sen. Mitt Romney joining Democrats to remove the president.
Romney is the only Republican to announce he'll vote to convict Trump in the impeachment trial. The president is still very likely to be acquitted this afternoon.
Trump’s speech came a day before the Senate votes on whether or not to remove him from office in the impeachment trial. Republicans are expected to acquit him.
You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here.
In today's episode: Senators prepare for the final day of Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Following closing arguments, the Senate will take Tuesday off ahead of a vote on whether to remove Trump from office on Wednesday afternoon.
The Senate went into recess on Friday, and so did we. Check in Monday for a full update.
The move allows for Republicans to bring the trial to a close in the coming days.
"Just because actions meet a standard of impeachment does not mean it is in the best interest of the country to remove a President from office."
Senators will vote Wednesday on whether to remove Trump from office, a day after his State of the Union address.
In today's episode: Trump's Senate trial is reaching its endgame as Senate Republicans prepare for a pivotal vote.
In today's episode: Senators discover a wild new argument in defense of Trump's Ukrainian follies.
Democrats Are Unlikely To Get Witnesses In Trump's Impeachment Trial After Two Key Republicans Split On The Issue
Republican Sen. Susan Collins briefly gave Democrats hope, saying she'll vote for witnesses. But then another Republican, Sen. Lamar Alexander, announced he'll vote no.
As senators gear up to vote on whether Trump should be removed from office, here are the major facts and arguments they're considering.
Senators have eight more hours to ask questions before a climactic vote on witnesses Friday.
In today's episode: Will John Bolton testify?
Trump's Lawyers Said Presidents Can Accept Foreign Dirt On Opponents As Senators Asked Questions In The Impeachment Trial
“If there is credible information, credible information of wrongdoing by someone who is running for a public office, it's not campaign interference."
In today's episode: The man who led the charge against Bill Clinton returns to the senate with a warning that actually, impeachment is bad.
Senators now have 16 hours to ask questions of both legal teams. What happens after that is up in the air.
In today's episode: Trump's lawyers make the case for his innocence, while John Bolton does... something else.
John Bolton Wrote In His Memoir That Trump Did The Very Thing He’s Been Impeached For, As The Trial Continues
The information revealed by Trump’s former national security adviser — that the president withheld aid for Ukraine for political gain — isn’t new. But the messenger is, and it could influence the impeachment trial.
In today's episode: Democrats close their case against Trump, and a new recording emerges of the president talking with his Ukraine fixers.
"Get rid of her. Get her out tomorrow. I don't care," Trump is heard saying on the tape. "Get her out tomorrow. Take her out, OK? Do it."
“They made the case this morning for why documents and witnesses are absolutely necessary to resolve this.”