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Republicans are clamoring for a vote. Democrats are not.
Trump aides are honing their approach after two weeks of what allies have described as a listless and unfocused response to the impeachment probe.
Democrats warned the president that defying the subpoena would be considered “evidence of obstruction," in the impeachment investigation.
Most activists are satisfied with House Democrats' approach, but some want more.
Time, many of them realize, is of the essence.
With the prospect of new subpoenas coming as soon as Friday, Trump’s official policy of deliberate non-cooperation could be tested quickly.
At town halls in swing districts, there’s little evidence of broad anger from constituents.
Democratic leaders have instructed committees to move quickly after revelations that President Trump asked the Ukrainian president to investigate Joe Biden.
"For a lot of centrist Democrats facing primaries, impeachment gave them a chance to flash their anti-Trump credentials," said one Democratic strategist.
The “Impeach The Motherf**ker Already” project aims to help reelect the lawmakers in 2020.
The House speaker is reluctant to pursue impeaching Trump, but his Ukraine dealings have prompted more Democrats to push for it.
Democrats have big questions to answer related to Trump’s call with the Ukrainian president.
The vote authorizes the committee to investigate "whether to recommend articles of impeachment," but there's been confusion about what it means.
House Dems, including "The Squad," donned matching T-shirts and posed on the steps of the Capitol on Monday to send a “clear” message to the president.
More Democrats support investigating and ousting Trump now than did at the beginning of August recess, but it’s unlikely to top Congress’ fall agenda.
The division underscores the tensions among a House majority that's trying to have it both ways.
The vice chair of the House Democratic Caucus said it's clear that Trump has "committed impeachable offenses."
Speaker Nancy Pelosi still refuses to call for an impeachment inquiry into President Trump because of "some outstanding matters in the courts."
Remember when people tried to convince themselves it was all about economic anxiety?
"These are dangerous times," Rep. Al Green said after Trump rallygoers targeted Rep. Ilhan Omar.