“They made the case this morning for why documents and witnesses are absolutely necessary to resolve this.”
Trump's Impeachment Lawyers Argued Democrats Ignored Evidence. Then They Went Ahead And Ignored Evidence.
After Democrats argued that the president is a “danger to the country,” Trump’s team now has 24 hours over three days to make his case.
Trump Was Allegedly Caught On Tape Talking About The Former Ambassador To Ukraine And Telling People To "Take Her Out"
"Get rid of her!" Trump allegedly says on the tape. "Get her out tomorrow. I don't care. Get her out tomorrow. Take her out. OK? Do it."
Democrats wrapped up three days of arguments in Trump's impeachment trial, imploring senators to remove the president from office and warning that he's a threat to them as well.
One Democrat called for sticking to the facts when talking in the Senate. But talking to the public? “It is more compelling to say ‘This is not on the level, this is not a fair trial.’”
In today's episode: How it all went down as Democrats spent almost nine hours laying out their case against the president.
"You Can't Trust This President": Democrats Accuse Trump Of Betraying The Country In Impeachment Trial
Democrats argued that President Trump violated the Constitution and must be removed from office in their second day of opening arguments in the impeachment trial.
“I’m not sure she’ll win,” said one undecided voter. “But she’ll outperform people’s expectations.”
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.
In today's episode: A late night in the Senate ends with Republicans pushing through the rules of Trump's trial.
On Tuesday, Democrats failed to convince Republicans to subpoena witnesses. On Wednesday, the House began laying out the evidence against Trump.
In today's episode: what to expect this week as the Senate kicks off the impeachment trial.
The third presidential impeachment trial in US history is underway. The first thing senators did is get into a big partisan fight over witnesses and other rules.
New Impeachment Evidence Shows How Political Operatives Tried To Get A Respected US Ambassador Fired
“The bomb is dropping tomorrow,” Lev Parnas wrote the day before then-ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was abruptly recalled from her post in Ukraine.
In today's episode: It's happening! And we're talking about the team tasked with defending Donald Trump during his Senate trial.
In today's episode: the impeachment story just got a whole lot more wild thanks to the cellphone of Fraud Guarantee founder Lev Parnas
After delays, the House voted to send two articles of impeachment to the Senate, which will begin considering whether to remove Trump from office in the coming days.
Speaker Pelosi Named Seven Impeachment Managers Who Will Deliver The Case To Remove President Donald Trump From Office
Pelosi selected Democrats with legal and law enforcement backgrounds to present the case against Trump, noting her “emphasis on litigators.”
Rudy Giuliani’s Indicted Associate Says "Trump Knew Exactly What Was Going On" With Ukraine Meetings
The comments from Lev Parnas, one of the men who worked with Rudy Giuliani to dig up dirt in Ukraine, come after Congress released hundreds of pages of evidence that Parnas turned over to impeachment investigators.
In today's episode: Expert Romneyologist McKay Coppins on the Republican Senator who could be a wild card in Trump's trial.
Seriously, that's his middle name.
In today's episode: Trump's trial has been delayed by a standoff between House Democrats and Senate Republicans. Will it end this week?
In today's episode: The trial is still on hold, and the conflict with Iran has taken center stage — for now.
In today's episode: a guide for how it will all go down once the Senate trial of Donald Trump kicks off.
“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.
In today's episode: We go through all the action on the House floor, and speak with a veteran DC reporter on Bill Clinton's 1998 impeachment.
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.
The atypical presidential candidate made an unusual choice in the House's impeachment vote.
Trump will face a trial in the Republican-controlled Senate, where he’s likely to be acquitted.