John Dean said that the Trump felonies aren't going to go away and that House Democrats will have no choice but to start impeachment proceedings against Trump.
Democrats have a clear message for party leaders who will take control of the U.S. House of Representatives next year, according to a Reuters/Ipsos national opinion poll: Protect their healthcare and impeach President Donald Trump.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow and Lawrence O'Donnell discussed how Trump committed an impeachable felony by refusing to let the FBI move out of a building that is across the street from his Washington DC hotel.
We don't need Robert Mueller's findings to be published to know that Donald Trump has committed multiple impeachable offenses.
According to reports from inside the White House, even Donald Trump knows that impeachment is coming soon after the election.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, warned Trump that if he pardons Manafort, the president will be obstructing justice.
Forget the crimes and corruption, Donald Trump said that he couldn't be impeached because he is doing a great job.
If the GOP wants to be the party that refuses to hold Trump accountable for his crimes, that's their decision. But Democrats can and must do better.
Since the presidency is protecting Trump from facing an indictment, the first step in holding him accountable for his crimes is impeachment.
The House Freedom Caucus thought that they were helping Trump by trying to impeach Rod Rosenstein, instead, they made it easier for Trump to be impeached.
A roadmap to impeachment handed down by Robert Mueller may have meant something in the 1970s when the Republican Party wasn't living inside a right-wing bubble of Fox News conspiracies.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) made the case that America can't wait for the next president. Donald Trump must be impeached now.
President Donald Trump, under pressure from special counsel Robert Muller's investigation into Russia's role in the 2016 U.S. election, probably has the power to pardon himself but does not plan to do so, his attorney Rudy Giuliani said on Sunday.
Rudy Giuliani had quite the unhinged interview with Dana Bash several days ago.
As PoliticusUSA Editor-In-Chief, and my colleauge Jason Easley described that interview in his piece titled Rudy Giuliani Screws Up And Admits Mueller Wants To Interview Trump On Obstruction of Justice:
On MSNBC, Tom Steyer said that his movement isn’t about impeachment, but educating the American on the truth about Donald Trump and the danger that he represents to the country.
Steyer told Chuck Todd on MTP Daily, “We’re trying to tell a truth that we believe is the most important truth in American politics today. We’re trying to put the interest of the American people and our democracy first. That’s all we’re trying to do and that’s all we’re going to continue to try to do.”