• President Trump begins vindictive impeachment victory lap after acquittal

    President Donald Trump emerged vindictive and angry at a noontime event on Thursday meant to mark his impeachment acquittal. “It was evil, it was corrupt, it was dirty cops, it was leaks and liars,” Trump told an East Room packed with conservative lawmakers, media pundits, and a number of Cabinet officials. “This should never happen […]

  • Acquitted: Senate finds Trump not guilty of abuse of power, obstruction of justice

    The Senate voted to acquit President Donald Trump on two articles of impeachment Wednesday, marking the inevitable and historic end to a bitterly fought, divisive impeachment trial that will reverberate into the 2020 election and shape Trump’s presidential legacy. But the final day of the Senate’s impeachment trial was not without suspense: Sen. Mitt Romney, a Utah […]

  • Trump slams Bolton as Senate considers calling him as a witness

    President Donald Trump on Wednesday tore into his former national security adviser John Bolton, whose explosive allegation in the Ukraine scandal has opened the door for GOP support of potential witnesses in Trump’s impeachment trial. Bolton, according to a draft manuscript first reported by The New York Times earlier this week, alleges that Trump told him over the […]

  • Trump adds Ken Starr and Alan Dershowitz to impeachment defense team

    President Donald Trump is adding three seasoned lawyers to his impeachment legal defense team, people familiar with the matter said, including Kenneth Starr, the hard-charging prosecutor whose work led to President Bill Clinton’s impeachment. Alan Dershowitz, the constitutional lawyer, and Robert Ray, Starr’s successor at the Office of Independent Counsel during the Clinton administration, are also […]

  • White House wants Senate trial rules to include ability to dismiss Trump charges

    The White House is urging Senate Republicans to preserve the option of moving to swiftly dismiss the charges against President Donald Trump after opening arguments in his impeachment trial, as GOP leaders and Trump’s team look for a quick end to the proceedings, according to sources familiar with the discussions. Republicans are debating including in the […]

  • Impeachment 2? House Says More Charges Against Trump Possible

    The House still seeks former White House counsel Don McGahn’s testimony and secrets from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, saying that Mueller’s work is relevant in a Senate trial of President Donald Trump and that the President could face more articles of impeachment in the future because he is still under investigation The arguments made to an appeals […]

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