Sec. of State Mike Pompeo dropped F-bombs and shouted at NPR All Things Considered host Mary Louise Kelly for asking about Ukraine.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is going to Ukraine next week in a move seen by some as done to keep the Ukrainians quiet during the impeachment trial.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will travel to Ukraine next week, just as the Senate’s impeachment trial of Donald Trump on charges he sought to pressure Ukraine’s government into investigating Joe Biden heats up.
The NSA and CIA are giving in to pressure from Trump and refusing to turn over documents related to the Ukraine scandal to Congress.
Michael Steele unloaded on GOP senators on Thursday, saying they should ashamed of themselves for taking an oath they don't plan to keep.
Parnas told Maddow that he delivered a message to a top aide to Zelenskyy, Sergei Sheyfir, that "it was all aid... we would stop giving them any kind of aid..." unless there was an announcement of an investigation into Joe Biden.
Trump’s State Department cancelled a briefing on Wednesday on embassy security and their as yet unsubstantiated claims regarding their unauthorized strike of former Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.
This political pressure created by Nancy Pelosi has moved the needle just enough to force a handful of Republican senators supporting a fair trial.
Ultimately, if the reporting is true and there are, indeed, enough Republican votes to call witnesses, then Nancy Pelosi's strategy was success.
Trump escalated a conflict with Iran because the president needed something to brag about and the Secretary of State was feeling morose because he couldn’t get an assassination the last time he asked the president for one.
It's clear that the vice president was a key player in Trump's plot to extort a foreign power into handing over dirt on a political opponent.
When asked what he thinks about John Bolton testifying in a potential Senate impeachment trial, Utah Sen. Mitt Romney said he'd be in favor of the idea.
Donald Trump is currently withholding dozens of emails that likely prove his guilt surrounding the freezing of military aid for Ukraine.
While Rasmussen shows Trump's approval rating falling, support for the president's impeachment and removal from office is surging.
McConnell wouldn't be going on Fox News to spout off if he was so sure that his Senate caucus was fully onboard with a phony trial.
This process has been a partisan sham because the GOP has sold its soul to a man whose entire presidency is built on a publicity stunt gone wrong.
Trump said Pelosi is hesitating because Democrats, not Republicans, are afraid of having witnesses testify during a potential Senate trial.
Biden tore into Republicans for smearing his family in order to distract from Donald Trump's high crimes and misdemeanors.
Donald Trump and Republicans claim the House-led impeachment inquiry was driven by politics, not facts, but the American people disagree.
No matter what happens now, Trump will always be the third president in American history to be impeached – a constitutional criminal.
Mitch McConnell is still scrambling to get to 51 votes in the Senate to prevent a humiliating, bipartisan vote in favor of removal.