Jerry nadler

The Ohio Republican's request for a congressional investigation got the treatment on Twitter.
Democrats called the attorney general the "president's fixer" as Justice Department employees laid out interference in politically charged cases.
Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler said Senate Republicans were corrupt and wouldn't remove the attorney general no matter what the evidence shows.
“I’m here today to ask you to make it stop. Stop the pain,” Philonese Floyd told members of Congress.
The House Judiciary Committee needs to examine “recent actions that smack of political interference” at the Justice Department.
The Democratic impeachment team warned in a Washington Post op-ed that the "full, ugly truth” of Trump's conduct will not be kept from the American people.
The presidency would essentially become all-powerful, Democrats said, if Congress doesn't remove Trump.
"Late Show" host has three short messages for the president about his impeachment case.
Chief Justice John Roberts scolded House impeachment managers and President Donald Trump’s defense lawyers during the Senate impeachment trial.
The Supreme Court chief justice warned House managers and Trump attorneys to watch their tone.
The impeachment managers on Sunday rejected what they described as "absurdist" and "ignorant" legal claims made by Trump's defense team.
But Sherrod Brown of Ohio added that many Republicans believe doing so would be "a distraction" during the impeachment trial.
Democrats say Republicans are violating their oaths of office by reaching a verdict before a possible impeachment trial in the Senate even begins.
Approval of the two charges against the president would send the matter to the full House for a vote expected next week.
Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., said the committee would resume the session at 10 a.m. ET Friday.
Lawmakers have begun marking up the articles of impeachment levied against President Trump, and the full House could vote on them next week.
CNN host says GOP strategy is to make it so "nobody knows what to believe anymore."
Lawmakers protested the proceedings and made theatrical outbursts in defense of the president.
Chairman Jerrold Nadler expects the committee to vote soon, possibly this week, on at least two or more charges against the Republican president.
Jerry Nadler said the House has a "rock solid case" against the president regarding his dealings with Ukraine.