Gov. Kasich, Rep Rooney and other Republicans have started showing signs of discomfort with the Trump administration's changing defense in light of the impeachment inquiry.
The Ohio Republican said acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney's admission of a quid pro quo on Thursday pushed him "across the Rubicon."
Trump's acting chief of staff told reporters, "We do that all the time," when asked about withholding aid for political help. Later, he walked back that admission.
The U.S. ambassador to the European Union criticized the president in prepared testimony to House committees as part of their impeachment inquiry.
The former White House communications director said the president knows "the future does not look good for him."
Fiona Hill told impeachment investigators of fears raised by Gordon Sondland’s naive actions, The New York Times wrote.
The chamber could take up articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump as early as next month.
“Impeachment is the way that we establish that this man will not be able to break the law over and over without consequence,” she said.
The House speaker linked Russian President Vladimir Putin with President Donald Trump during a news conference.
Congressional Democrats fare a little better, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
Trump's personal attorney said through a lawyer that the subpoena was "overbroad" and "unduly burdensome."
The president's tweet pointed out good economic numbers, but ended with "Impeach the Pres."
Joe Biden's son said he exercised "poor judgment," however, by getting involved in something he compared to a "swamp."
"The Daily Show" host recapped the latest Trump mayhem.
A spokesperson for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the Republican representative's comments "delusional."
The longtime TV journalist explains how Republicans could vote to convict the president after all.
The 2020 Democrat's comments at a UFCW forum came hours after his son Hunter Biden resigned from the board of a Chinese-backed firm.
The then-House speaker didn't think it was unconstitutional when he led the impeachment of Bill Clinton, Wallace said.