Speaker Pelosi said that she wants an ironclad case for Trump impeachment that even Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans can't deny.
Amash's response to Trump supporters and even his GOP colleagues essentially boiled down to this: Call me when you actually read the Mueller report.
The audience at Rep. Justin Amash's first town hall after coming out in support of Trump impeachment thanked him and gave him a standing ovation.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) threatened Speaker of the House Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) if she pursues impeachment against Donald Trump.
Having to hit the campaign trail in 2020 as an impeached president would drive Donald Trump even more mad than he already is.
Nancy Pelosi was correct to call for an intervention – but it is up to her and other Democrats in the House of Representatives to lead it.
Impeachment looks like the best tool Dems have left – not only to fight the lawless Trump but to send a message to future presidents.
Rep. Al Green (D-TX) said that the Mueller report has already given the House enough evidence to impeach Donald Trump without more investigation.
Trump isn't letting up as impeachment paranoia has gripped him and he is melting down live across all platforms.
Republican Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan said a few other Republicans have privately expressed sympathy to his view that President Trump should be impeached.
Rep. Katie Hill (D-CA), a swing district House Democrat, said that the calls to her office have shifted toward supporting impeaching Trump.
Swing Districts Are Shifting On Impeachment
Rep. Hill said on MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes:
It’s really tough. I have been talking with my staff about this. They are the ones getting the phone calls constantly. I’m going to go back to the district for this work period. I’m leaving to go back home tomorrow. Our calls coming into the office have reversed in the trends. We were getting about two to one in terms of the number of calls opposing impeachment and telling us to stop the investigation. Now we’re getting three or four to one saying, we need to be moving forward. This is getting too out of hand.
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Wednesday President Donald Trump was engaged in obstruction of justice and a cover-up which could be an impeachable offense.
Speaking to reporters after a meeting of House Democrats on Capitol Hill, Pelosi said: "No one is above the law, including the president of the United States. And we believe that the president of the United States is engaged in a cover-up."
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) said that 80%-90% of Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee support launching impeachment proceedings against Trump.
In his remarks at the House Judiciary Committee hearing that Don McGahn blew off, Chairman Jerry Nadler sent strong signals that impeachment is on the horizon.
Calls are growing among Democrats for the House to open an impeachment investigation into Donald Trump.
Trump isn't bailing himself out of trouble by blocking Don McGahn's testimony. He's strengthening the case for impeachment.
The first Republican in the U.S. Congress to say openly that President Donald Trump has committed impeachable offenses drew a 2020 election challenge on Monday from within his own party, the Detroit Free Press reported.
On Monday, Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) refused to back down and debunked Trump's defense point by point while laying out the case for impeachment.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) said that many Republicans agree with Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) that Trump would be indicted if he wasn't president.