Impeachment

“I understand why individuals want to do it, and we’d look at it," said the House speaker.
Rep. John Lewis delivers impassioned remarks about the impeachment vote, saying, “we have a mission and a mandate to be on the right side of history.”
Democrats "have something on him," Trump insisted of the Senate minority leader.
One was contrite, the other just bragged. Here are the very different statements that President Bill Clinton and President Donald Trump gave after their impeachment acquittals.
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) criticized his fellow Republicans after they announced a probe into Hunter Biden.
The ineptitude of Trump’s legal team reportedly forced GOP senators to take matters into their own hands by choreographing his Ukraine trial defense.
President Donald Trump has said that even though he did not ask for a quid pro quo, there is nothing wrong with it.
The reported threat is detailed in a new book on Trump by New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman.
In an interview with Axios, Sen. Lindsey Graham claims former President Donald Trump has the ability to destroy the Republican party.
During President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, his lawyers denied he abused his power and said the Senate should care more about looking into Joe and Hunter Biden.