Holding the president accountable for trying to block an investigation – a criminal act – doesn't jive well with Trump's supporters.
The American people are divided on whether the President of the United States – a guy who's been in office for just three weeks – should be impeached from office.
Donald Trump's promise that his companies won't do any new deals once he is in office still sets the president-elect up to be violating the Constitution on day one.
For Republican Matt Bevin, the man who has been Kentucky governor for roughly a month, besides spending whatever political capital he has to repay the extremist religious right, he is facing a petition for impeachment.
Rep. Ted Yoho has authored a resolution in high hopes of using it to begin impeachment proceedings against President Obama for acting like a President. It is allegedly supposed to take aim at the President for his immigration actions.
Republican Representative Mo Brooks of Alabama thinks they can send President Obama to prison for 5 years for doing what every other modern president has done by taking executive action on immigration reform.
Here we go again. During an interview with local Pennsylvania radio host Gary Sutton, Rep. Lou Barletta (R-PA) commented that House Republicans most likely have enough votes to impeach President Obama.
During an interview on CNN, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) laid the groundwork for impeaching President Obama by claiming that the president is abusing his powers and violating the Constitution with executive orders.
The truth behind the calls for impeachment is that Republicans won't be happy until President Barack Obama is reduced to shining their shoes.
The list of charges conservatives have leveled at the President that they claim are irrefutable impeachable offenses that demonstrate their complaints are a cover for racism and anger over losing.
There are already over a hundred reasons in the public record to begin impeachment proceedings, and if Democrats were empowered, they could impeach every Republican in Congress.