Impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump
Republicans are clamoring for a vote. Democrats are not.
Congressional Democrats fare a little better, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
President Trump has ramped up his attacks on the whistleblower, demanding to know their identity while railing against the impeachment inquiry as a "coup."
The Democratic presidential race had largely been static through the summer.
The president met a sympathetic audience in Louisiana.
Marie Yovanovitch appeared on Capitol Hill for a deposition in the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry.
Faced with an impeachment inquiry, President Donald Trump has openly defied the core constructs of the Constitution.
The president said Biden “was only a good vice president because he understood how to kiss Barack Obama’s ass."
The Colorado senator up for reelection in 2020 grew angry with reporters when they wouldn't let him dodge the question.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Thursday that the U.S. president had not blackmailed him during the call, which helped trigger an impeachment inquiry into Trump.
The party has drawn up a list of more than 60 target races, aiming to make impeachment a central theme.
Second Lady Karen Pence came to the Twin Cities ahead of Trump with a softer sell than the president is likely to use at a Thursday rally.
A look at past impeachment trials could give us a clue.
The former president wants the impeachment inquiry to carry on, and he criticized the Trump administration's refusal to comply with the House investigation.
An eight-page letter to House leaders, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi, said that the White House will not cooperate with the inquiry into President Trump's actions.
"Clearly lines have been crossed," said Andrew Card, who served during George W. Bush's presidency.
Democrats are allegedly considering steps like having the Ukraine whistleblower testify remotely to protect the individual, according to The Washington Post.
And the U.S. military "did not have ammunition" when he "took over," he explained.
Rep. Eliot Engel, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, subpoenaed the secretary of state in September.
While the Utah Senator's current position breaks from GOP ranks, he hasn’t gone so far as to support the impeachment inquiry.