Impeachment

Just two weeks after the Capitol riot inspired by their own voter fraud lies, Republicans say the new president's policies are dividing the nation.
You don't ignore a president's actions "because people think we should make nice-nice and forget that people died here," said the House speaker.
A riot at the U.S. Capitol. Impeachment. Inauguration. January has been quite a month.
Former President Donald Trump is out of office after two impeachments, numerous scandals and an insurrection.
In his strongest condemnation yet, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said President Donald Trump was to blame for the insurrection in the Capitol.
CNN’s Erin Burnett tore into Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) for trying to stop President Donald Trump’s Senate impeachment trial.
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Giuliani's apparent defense — that Trump didn't incite insurrection because the presidential election was rigged — isn't going to work, Rove told Chris Wallace.
"Where was Nancy Pelosi?" the Republican senator asked during an appearance on Fox News.
Donald Trump called everything he did, from his election to his trade deals, "historic." But his last months in office finally make that claim correct.