Speaker Pelosi had some choice words for Mitch McConnell as she announced that the articles of impeachment will be transmitted next week.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told Republican Senators to expect the Trump articles of impeachment to be delivered to the Senate next week.
Speaker Pelosi has the power to get around Mitch McConnell's witness blockade by holding on to the articles of impeachment and having Bolton testify in the House.
It’s imperative that the motion on impeachment be tabled. Otherwise, that power will be delegitimized by the McConnell/Graham rigged circus.
The way we answer the call for Donald Trump’s impeachment will reveal whether we want America to continue as an exceptional democracy or to become an ordinary dictatorship.
The House Judiciary Committee is debating two articles of impeachment, namely obstruction of Congress and abuse of power. If, as expected, the articles of impeachment pass the committee, they’ll move on to the House.
President Trump's criminal and un-American behavior is so dangerous that the articles of impeachment drawn up by House Democrats warn that he should not only be removed from federal office, but barred from holding office ever again.
Democrats could not have made a better choice in choosing to charge Donald Trump with obstruction of Congress and abuse of power
Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) said that the people who are telling Democrats to wait on impeachment are really arguing that Trump should be allowed to cheat in the 2020 election.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi directed the House Judiciary Committee to draft articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
A new poll shows that among Democrats, the drumbeat for impeachment proceedings is getting louder and more intense.
At 27%, overall support for impeachment is up 10% from last month. Another 24% of those polled support continuing the investigation. The effect of these numbers, in isolation of any other consideration, is bad news for Donald Trump.
California Democrat Rep. Brad Sherman reportedly will file articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump when Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) convenes the new House of Representatives on Thursday. And speaking on NBC today, Pelosi said she would not rule out either impeachment or indictment of the president.
On Monday we reported that members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus have drafted articles of impeachment against Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein. This is of course an unprecedented move, and it is also a sign of desperation on the part of the congressional allies of President Donald Trump.
Anyone who pays attention knew a Friday morning twitter tantrum was imminent. For while Trump prides himself for his ability to use the element of surprise, there are two things for which he is so predictable it must sting his fragile ego. Trump will obsess over media coverage of him and when the coverage isn’t favorable he’ll tweet that it’s fake news. In Trumpland, the emperor decides what is true and what isn’t. Anything that makes Trump look good is “true” anything that shows him how he really is, is not.
Donald Trump's NBC interview appears to open him up to allegations listed in the charges of impeachment against Nixon, President Obama's deputy Secretary of Labor Chris Lu pointed out early Friday morning. There are two specifically that Trump basically confessed to Thursday evening.
Ohio Republican Judge: "We can't let him get away with the 'dozens of dazzlingly illegal things Trump has already done... because America is at stake."