Donald Trump had a devastating day during Wednesday’s impeachment hearings. Even his own constitutional expert, Jonathan Turley, conceded that swapping military aid for labelling a political opponent a criminal is an impeachable offense. This followed quibbling about procedure and a supposed need for more evidence.
The entire process takes weeks, but the House Judiciary Committee is moving to hold Corey Lewandowski in contempt.
The House Judiciary Committee will meet on Thursday to consider options for procedures going forward on hearings on impeaching Donald Trump.
Democrats are hoping that Mueller’s testimony on Wednesday will show us all the ways you can say there was “collusion” and there was obstruction.
In reality, there was evidence to show that Donald Trump’s campaign conspired with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election. Since then, Donald Trump has done everything imaginable and beyond that to obstruct the facts.
On the same day that Trump claimed that Democrats couldn't legislate and investigation, the House Judiciary Committee passed permanent protections for Dreamers.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) said that the House Judiciary Committee is moving quickly toward opening an impeachment investigation into Trump.
It was once rumored that Donald Trump would throw Jared Kushner under the bus, but now it appears that the opposite may be happening. According to reports that came out last night, Trump’s son-in-law, who is also a senior White House adviser, is now cooperating with the investigations of House Democrats.
Lost in all of the news about Paul Manafort’s sentencing is the fact that new evidence has come to light which shows that Ivanka Trump is a target of the investigations of the House Judiciary Committee.
For the first time ever Donald Trump attacked Rep. Jerry Nadler, the House Judiciary Committee chairman, on his Twitter account this morning. He is clearly not happy about the new lines of investigation into his family’s business and his presidency. He accused Democrats of going “stone cold CRAZY” and then later accused them of obstructing justice.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) is not a person to trifle with. He has already taken steps to hold Donald Trump and his administration accountable since taking charge of his committee on January 3. And there is no reason to think that in the coming months he will let up and go easy on the president or any of his appointees.
William Barr as the new Attorney General of the United States, will make the call about who gets a copy of the final report issued by special counsel Bob Mueller. But if he tries to stop Congress from using Mueller’s work for its own probes, he will have a major fight on his hands, according to House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY).
Rep. Joe Neguse (D., Colo.) said Friday that the House Judiciary Committee will “likely” investigate perjury charges against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Joe Neguse, a freshman member of the Judiciary Committee, made the comments to a group of his constituents on Friday. He said that he was very concerned about perjury claims against Kavanaugh and that his committee may take steps to impeach him depending on their findings.
The Associated Press (AP) is reporting this morning that two of the most powerful members of the U.S. House of Representatives have promised to fully investigate the new report from Buzzfeed News that President Donald Trump directed his attorney and fixer, Michael Cohen, to lie under oath.
Jerry Nadler, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, has taken the first steps for his powerful committee to fully investigate crimes committed by Donald Trump and members of his administration connected with the kidnapping of children from their parents at the Mexican border.
Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee has introduced a bill to protect special counsel Robert Mueller.
The congressman brought up the legislation on Thursday as the first order of business after the new Congress was sworn in. The bill seeks to provide a layer of protection for special counsel Mueller, which would allow him to challenge in court any move to fire him.