The attack on the US Capitol last week was a first in multiple ways. Of course, the attack was unprecedented. But the assault on Democracy also represented the first time where almost all Republicans were willing to admit that Donald Trump did something bad.
Trump released a new video where he condemned all of his supporters for following his instructions and attacking the Capitol.
Early last year, an impeachment vote was held in the House. While the measure passed, no Republicans voted to impeach Donald Trump.
Today was a different story. All Democratic members of Congress voted to impeach Trump and they were joined by 10 GOP lawmakers.
The 10 House Republican votes to impeach Trump are a new record for members of a president's party voting for impeachment.
A small group of ten House Republicans joined with Democrats in making Trump the first US president to be impeached twice.
30 House Democrats have requested a formal investigation into House Republicans providing tours of the Capitol complex before the insurrection.
There are a group of House Republicans who support impeaching Trump but are afraid that they will be harmed or killed if they vote yes.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) tried to use a quote from Nancy Pelosi to call for more violence on the House floor.
Outgoing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will publicly support Trump's impeachment, but won't speak until the article reaches the Senate.
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.
Former Department of Homeland Security intelligence analyst Daryl Johnson, who in 2009 authored an internal report warning that right-wing extremism was on the rise in the United States, warns that political violence will worsen in the wake of last week’s insurrection against Congress, which took place at President Donald Trump‘s behest.
120 Republican former officials are backing President Donald Trump‘s immediate removal from office after he incited an insurrection against Congress. The group is comprised of veterans from the Donald Trump, George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, and Gerald Ford administrations.
Speaking to Reuters, DAMAC Properties Chairman Hussain Sajwani said he is happy to continue his business relationship with President Donald Trump despite Trump’s role in inciting an attack on the Capitol last week that cost the lives of several insurrectionists and a Capitol Police officer.
Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) falsely claimed that Democrats were also at fault for the insurrection at the Capitol incited by Trump.
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.
The Republican party and their cable news surrogates are big on hyperbole. This was seen tonight when multiple GOP Reps. lost their minds over a metal detector placed in the House.
But you can always count on Fox News to take it to the next level. Especially when the segment involves Glenn Beck and Tucker Carlson. On Tuesday night, Beck compared Twitter‘s treatment of Conservatives to Germany‘s treatment of Jews during World War II.
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.
Lieu blasted Donald Trump supporters for attacking law enforcement and murdering a Capitol Police officer last week at the U.S. Capitol.
Lauren Boebert, the QAnon congresswomen recently elected into the House, is drawing controversy at an absolutely alarming rate. In her first week, she said that she would be wearing a gun to the House floor.