Speaker Nancy Pelosi finds herself at odds with most of her caucus on initiating impeachment proceedings.
The Democratic chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee is one of the highest-ranking members of Congress to do so.
"We’re crossing a threshold," one House Democrat said.
"We must stop this lawless president from tearing down our democracy," the former Democratic 2020 candidate wrote in an op-ed for NBC News.
The vice chair of the House Democratic Caucus said it's clear that Trump has "committed impeachable offenses."
The former special counsel did not want to testify before Congress, and it showed.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi still refuses to call for an impeachment inquiry into President Trump because of "some outstanding matters in the courts."
"We have to make clear: No one is above the law ― not even the president of the United States," the 2020 hopeful said at the NAACP convention.
"The president has led one of the most racist and xenophobic administrations since the Jim Crow era," said NAACP president Derrick Johnson.
Nancy Pelosi insists on more investigations, even though she thinks Trump has committed crimes.
Vets call the president a "criminal" and question his loyalty in the video produced by veterans group Common Defense and billionaire Tom Steyer.
The former special counsel has said that if Democrats make him testify, he's going to repeat what he already put in writing.
Rank-and-file House Democrats are getting impatient with leadership's strategy of doing ordinary oversight of the Trump administration.
The New York congresswoman made it official on Friday after telling the president last Sunday via Twitter why he should be worried.
Is support for impeachment at 27% or 50%? Depends on how you ask.
The congresswoman is California's first freshman House member to join the chorus of Democrats who support an impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
The "Last Week Tonight" host says Democrats must impeach the president even if they know it won't succeed.
The president trades barbs with the freshman lawmaker on Twitter.
Richard Painter said the House's reluctance is a "dereliction of duty."