Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi wouldn't rule out impeaching Trump again to tie up the Senate and block Trump's SCOTUS nominee.
Republican strategist Mike Murphy said that he was told by a Republican Senator that 30 Republican Senators would vote to convict Trump on impeachment if the vote was secret.
Trump's TV lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, is claiming that Nancy Pelosi doesn't have the votes in the House to impeach Donald Trump.
Rep. Al Green (D-TX) expressed the worry that if the House doesn't impeach Trump before the 2020 election, he will win reelection.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) blasted Republicans for having no independence from the president and being a Trump cult of personality.
President Donald Trump began the weekend by going on Twitter and attacking the New York Times for publishing a bombshell report yesterday which implied that he might be working as a Russian asset. The Times report revealed a secret FBI investigation into Trump’s many close ties to Russia that began shortly after he fired former FBI Director James Comey.
As the new Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi is going to have to decide whether or not to begin impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.
This is not a hypothetical question now that Democrats are in control of the House. And even though Pelosi has expressed reluctance to press for impeachment of Trump, after one day she is already under enormous pressure from members of her own House Democratic Caucus.
A conservative newspaper, The Washington Examiner, published an article today citing legal experts who discussed the topic of Donald Trump’s impeachment.
According to The New York Times all federal workers received a memo this week telling them that they cannot discuss the possibility of Donald Trump being impeached at work. The Times said the memo went to over two million federal employees telling them that it was “illegal for them to participate in such discussions at work.”
According to reports from inside the White House, even Donald Trump knows that impeachment is coming soon after the election.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) made the case that America can't wait for the next president. Donald Trump must be impeached now.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) is warning Democrats that they need to let the investigation play out because Donald Trump is trying to use impeachment to motivate Republican voters.
People inside the White House are distancing themselves from Trump and admitting that the impeachment of the President had become a real possibility.
A new PPP poll has found that by a margin of 56%-34%, respondents want Donald Trump impeached if he fires the Special Counsel investigating the Russia scandal, Robert Mueller.
PPP conducted the poll for VoteVets that revealed that firing Mueller would start the beginning of the end for Trump, “On other big matters of the day, voters say that Congress would be right to consider impeachment if Trump fired investigator Robert Mueller and pardoned conspirators by a 56-34 margin, with even 27% of Republicans agreeing. Voters also oppose Trump’s ban on transgender members of the military by a 69-22 margin, with a plurality of Republicans agreeing (48-39).”
Democratic donor Tom Steyer told Democrats to get their heads out of the sand when it comes to talking about impeachment as argued the case for why the Democratic Party must step up and stop dodging talk of impeaching Trump.
Rep. Al Green (D-TX) is drawing up impeachment articles against Donald Trump. While his impeachment articles won't be a factor in 2017, if Democrats take back the House in 2018, the prospects for impeachment will get real.
While giving the commencement address at Wellesley College, Hillary Clinton compared her time as Wellesley student to 2017 and in the process brought up impeachment by bringing up Nixon and talking about life in the era of Trump.