It has been a wild day for Florida Representative Matt Gaetz. Earlier in they day, many were surprised by rumors that the Trump sycophant could be leaving his post to go serve as a political commentator on Newsmax.
When the Democrats took back the House in 2018, they promised that they would hold the Trump administration accountable for their actions. This promise was on full display on Tuesday when the House Judiciary Committee called William Barr to testify.
William Barr makes a lot of controversial decisions, but he is not frequently challenged on them. The Attorney General, like others in the Trump administration, tends to appear mostly on friendly news channels like Fox News.
Jerry Nadler accused William Barr of being a threat to the United States on Tuesday as the Attorney General was set to testify before the House Judiciary Committee.
Nadler, chairman of the committee and a Democrat, excoriated Barr for protecting President Donald Trump and undermining the rule of law in the nation.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) announced that two whistleblowers would be testifying against William Barr.
Trump humiliated himself by believing Rep. Jim Jordan's lies about Democrats not speaking out about defunding the police during a hearing.
Attorney General William Barr will testify before the House Judiciary Committee and Democrats are more than ready for him.
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.
The House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on Monday to formally receive the impeachment evidence against Trump.
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.