A US Ambassador Told Congress That Trump Did Engage In A Quid Pro Quo, But Republicans Are Claiming Victory Anyway
“My colleagues seem to be under the impression that unless the president spoke the words ‘Ambassador Sondland, I am bribing the Ukrainian president’ that there is no evidence of bribery."
A faction of Republicans want to depose the anonymous whistleblower who set off the impeachment process, and they have power in the Senate.
“I wish this weren’t the case, but Republicans’ interest in working on guns is driven by casualties of 15 or more,” Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy said. “It’s so awful that it works like this.”
After spending weeks pushing for public hearings, Trump’s allies are almost uniformly complaining that they are, as Eric Trump put it, a “snoozefest.”
King, who announced his retirement earlier this week, railed against partisanship but defended a series of anti-Muslim hearings he held during his career.
Republicans Railed Against Secret Impeachment Hearings, But Now Say They Won’t Watch The Public Ones
“I’ve got a day job so it’s hard to watch TV.”
Facing Scrutiny Of Their Donation To Top Republicans, Giuliani's Associates Turned To A Major Trump Ally For Help
A firm run by Andy Surabian, who has worked with Steve Bannon and Donald Trump Jr., says Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, the business partners at the center of the impeachment inquiry, still haven’t paid for work done last year.
Rand Paul Floated An Unfounded Theory That The Trump Whistleblower Has Ties To Hunter Biden’s Work In Ukraine
“I imagine at some point soon our client will be accused of masterminding JFK's assassination as well,” said a lawyer for the whistleblower.
Republicans Have No Problem With The White House Leaving Information Out Of The Transcript Of Trump's Call With Ukraine
Republicans don’t seem to care that the transcript of Trump’s call with Ukraine omitted some details, with one member calling it a “nothingburger.”
“If I had a degree of certainty who the whistleblower is, I promise you I would tell you,” said Republican Rep. Mark Meadows.
Democrats Are Set To Reverse Course And Hold A Floor Vote Formalizing Their Impeachment Inquiry Into Trump
In a reversal, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi set the vote for Thursday, undercutting a major Republican attack line.
“I haven’t gone down to any of the hearings. I’m truly convinced in three weeks this won’t even be talked about,” one Republican said.
The Woman In The Blue Dress In This Incredible Photo Actually Works For One Of Trump’s Biggest Supporters
“At least I look OK,” Charli Huddleston, a staffer for Rep. Jim Jordan, told BuzzFeed News after the photo went viral on #Resistance Twitter.
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Republicans brought pizza, Chick-fil-A, and their phones into the secure (no-phones-allowed) space Wednesday morning to protest the investigation.
Vice President Mike Pence’s Big Brother Is Sitting In On Congress’s Closed-Door Impeachment Depositions
Republican Rep. Greg Pence, the vice president’s older brother, was elected to Congress last year and serves on one of the committees in charge of the impeachment inquiry.
Senators will have to sit — silently — through the trial for six days a week for who knows how long.
Even some of Trump’s closest Republican allies are infuriated over his decision to withdraw US troops from Syria, though they say there’s little they can do.
“I’m one term removed from something that does have a place in history.”
“I don’t know how the hell he can be president under these conditions, it’s just incredible,” Sen. Lindsey Graham said.
In the chaos of the 2016 election, Chris Cox forged a political machine out of an unlikely demographic — one that helped Trump reach the White House and is determined to keep him there.
The Texas Governor Called On Supporters To “Defend” Against Immigrants The Day Before The El Paso Massacre
The fundraising letter was dated the day before a gunman opened fire in an El Paso Walmart killing 22 people.
The debate around guns has not always been the partisan stalemate it is today. But it has, like so many other political issues in the US, always been partly about race.
This Republican Was Attacked For Pushing Gun Control Legislation. He Doesn’t Think His Party Can Pass Even Commonsense Laws.
Former Rep. Scott Rigell was shocked his fellow Republicans wouldn’t agree to keep guns away from criminals after the Sandy Hook shooting. He doesn’t think anything has changed.
Even modest measures to expand background checks after deadly shootings have failed to win enough Republican support to make it through Congress.
"When you look at these photos of how it took place, you can see the actions within video games and others," said a leading Republican, suggesting a connection researchers say is not there.
McConnell said he doesn't support reparations because "none of us currently living are responsible." He also noted passage of the Civil Rights Act.
The bill would ban anti-LGBT discrimination.
They’re planning a compromise bill in Congress that would offer some LGBT rights and religious exemptions.
The Republican chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, whom Trump once dubbed a “highly respected” senator, is now taking heat from some of the president’s allies.