It took former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner all of 30 seconds to dismantle the Republican Party's latest impeachment talking point.
The first two witnesses set to testify on Wednesday mark only the beginning of a public impeachment process that will likely move very fast.
Even before the damning testimony starts Wednesday, the House has announced eight more witnesses who plan to testify next week.
As the eyes of America turn to the public impeachment hearings, Republicans are admitting that they plan to bury their heads in the sand.
Donald Trump wants to terminate the national security official who first reported the Ukraine whistleblower complaint to Congress.
A simple way of determining who is losing the impeachment fight is to look at which side has changed its argument the most.
New testimony confirms what Hillary Clinton said during the 2016 presidential campaign: Donald Trump is a puppet of Vladimir Putin.
The corrupt president has used the Department of Justice as his political weapon, and William Barr has been happy to cooperate from day one.
The president and party that claims to represent law and order are now on the record committing and burying criminal behavior.
Republicans have also amped up their reckless rhetoric directed toward the whistleblower, even calling for the individual to be exposed.
It's possible that former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani will face criminal charges, and if he does, he could bring down the president with him.
Political spin from Trump and his allies is going to mean increasingly less as the damning facts continue to pour out of the impeachment inquiry.
Graham openly admitted on Tuesday that he plans to bury his head in the sand and not read witness transcripts that incriminate Donald Trump.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky is a walking version of just how far the Republican Party has fallen in the Donald Trump era of American politics
Like most of Donald Trump's cheap and desperate reality TV stunts, this one crashed and burned within a single news cycle.
Testimony from John Bolton – a fixture of Republican politics for decades – could completely obliterate whatever is left of the GOP's impeachment defense.
The Ukraine extortion scheme and subsequent cover-up have confirmed that Donald Trump is, to put it mildly, a very unintelligent man.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman told impeachment investigators in his 10-hour testimony that he sought to restore the White House changes, but he failed.
Time and again, the Republican Party jumps at the opportunity to smear a war hero in order to boost its political fortunes.
The fact that the GOP-friendly map is now shifting toward the Democrats shows just how badly impeachment is crushing them.