Retiring Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) admitted that his biggest regret while serving in Congress was not voting to impeach Trump the first time.
Republicans who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump for inciting an insurrection against Congress have spent more money on their personal security in the months since the event.
According to Punchbowl, Senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) “cut checks for nearly $70,000 on security. His campaign spent $39,000 with T&M USA LLC, which provides a variety of security services; $18,376 with Altronics, which provides closed-circuit security monitoring; $7,300 with Fortified Estate, which brands itself as “The Leader In Refined Ballistic Doors, Windows, Walls & Panic Rooms”; $3,900 at Tint Pro, which provides shaded windows; and $650 with Lehigh Valley Paladin LLC, security and intelligence professionals.”
President Donald Trump was impeached, in part, for encouraging Ukrainian leadership to investigate President-elect Joe Biden for “political dirt” he could wield against his opponent. The president was ultimately acquitted by the Senate earlier this year, and he touted the acquittal as a sign of his innocence in the matter, which he has claimed, without evidence, was a Democratic plot to topple his presidency.
Two major congressional committees have called on the Department of Defense Inspector General to investigate political retaliation against impeachment witness Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman.
The House Oversight and Reform and Intelligence Committees, along with the Oversight and Reform Committee’s Subcommittee on National Security, wrote a letter to the DOD Inspector General calling for an inquiry, according to a press release provided to PoliticusUSA.
Senate Republicans are proceeding with a probe into Hunter Biden despite the ongoing global pandemic. Democrats have clashed with GOP senators about investigating Joe Biden’s son.
The Senate Homeland Security Committee intends to continue its investigation even though the Senate is not sitting. The committee is led by Republicans.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi labeled Senate Republicans who blocked witnesses accomplices in Donald Trump's Ukraine crimes cover-up.
Donald Trump's former National Security Advisor John Bolton drops another bombshell: Not only did Trump pressure him to get Ukraine to help him cheat in 2020, but he did it in front of witnesses.
Kellyanne Conway claimed that Martin Luther King would oppose the impeachment of Donald Trump.
The House Intelligence Committee sent new evidence to Senate from arrested Giuliani associate Lev Parnas that Trump knew about and directed the Ukraine scheme.
Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) won his Senate seat after Russian hackers attacked 4 Florida counties in 2018. Now, he is praising Trump's innocence in impeachment.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren called out Trump for picking this attack on an Iranian top general to distract from impeachment.
Trump went off to Florida for his two week Christmas vacation bitter and angry that the House of Representatives impeached him.
Trump shattered the previous record of 228 votes for impeachment as he piled up the most votes in history in favor of a presidential impeachment.
The White House is telling reporters that Hillary Clinton intentionally lost the election so that Trump could be impeached.
Rep. Joe Kennedy (D-MA) addressed his children and told them that today, justice was done by impeaching President Donald J Trump.
During the House debate on the rules for impeachment debate, Republicans ranted about Obama and Eric Holder while avoiding the facts on impeachment.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) said that Donald Trump is currently abusing his power, and Mitch McConnell has given him the green light to cheat in 2020.
During remarks on the Senate floor, Sen. McConnell criticized the House Democratic impeachment case and refused to allow witnesses to be called at Trump's trial.
Rep. Joe Cunningham (D-SC), whose district Donald Trump won by 13 points in 2016 has announced that he will vote to impeach the president.
A new Fox News poll has found that Trump's approval rating is still under 50%, and 54% of voters want Donald Trump to be impeached.