Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) called Donald Trump's Senate trial – set to start on Tuesday – an open-and-shut case against the ex-president.
The irony, of course, is that Donald Trump's impeachment argument is that it's unconstitutional for the Senate to try a private citizen.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced that Republicans and Democrats have agreed to a structure for Trump's second impeachment trial.
Donald Trump is reportedly still fuming that Rep. Kevin McCarthy has not punished Rep. Liz Cheney for her impeachment vote.
New York Attorney General Letitia James' ongoing investigation into the Trump Organization appears to be ramping up.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) tried to end Trump's impeachment trial by having it declared unconstitutional, but the Senate shot him down 55-45.
The House of Representatives officially delivered its latest article of impeachment against Donald Trump to the United States Senate.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) promised that Trump would be held accountable, but that his trial would move at a fast pace.
Senate Republicans say that there is no chance that 17 of them will vote to convict Donald Trump of inciting the insurrection on the Capitol.
Marjorie Taylor Greene's move to impeach Joe Biden is nothing more than political theatre meant to soothe the QAnon-MAGA mob.
Rep. Dean blasted Graham for apparently forgetting that Trump incited an attack that targeted his own vice president and members of Congress.
Rep. Jamie Raskin, the House impeachment trial manager, called Trump's insurrection crime the most terrible by a president in US history.
After the House impeached Trump for a second time over 20,000 phone calls were placed to the Senate demanding Trump's conviction.
The 10 House Republican votes to impeach Trump are a new record for members of a president's party voting for impeachment.
The majority of Americans support removing President Donald Trump from office after he incited an attack against Congress, according to the latest Morning Consult/Politico survey.
53 percent of voters support the House’s impeachment proceedings, which kicked off earlier this morning. Impeachment articles are expected to pass and be sent to the Senate. 54 percent say the Senate should convict Trump on the charge of insurrection against Congress and remove him from office.
Rachel Maddow said Donald Trump's failed coup at the U.S. Capitol puts him in the same category as Confederate traitors.
If McConnell did eventually voice his support for the current effort, he could bring along enough Republican support to convict Trump.
Speaker Pelosi has named the slate of trial managers that will make the case and oversee the second trial of Trump after Mike Pence refused to invoke the 25th Amendment.
The dam appears to be breaking as a growing number of Republican lawmakers are planning to support Trump's impeachment.
Trump falsely claimed that Pelosi and Schumer are putting the country in danger by impeaching him again while suggesting more violence is coming.