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It's not clear if Democrats plan to vote before the end of the year.
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Figuring out there was a quid pro quo was "2+2," the ambassador said.
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*Almost* the least they could do.
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Trump boasted that he's "bringing soldiers home" the day after Defense Secretary Mark Esper announced that all troops pulled from Syria are going to ... Iraq.
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The Michigan congressman rebuked Clinton's suggestion that Tulsi Gabbard is a Russian asset, warning it helps Trump.
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The House minority leader struggled to defend President Trump's dealings with Ukraine during an interview with CBS's "60 Minutes."
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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.
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The now-independent congressman is still not ruling out a 2020 presidential run.
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The one Republican in Congress who had called for Donald Trump's impeachment is celebrating Independence Day in the most Justin Amash way possible.
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The Michigan lawmaker is the first and only Republican calling for Trump's impeachment.
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The Republican congressman has faced stiff criticism from his own party for his support of impeachment proceedings against the president.
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Democrats are split on whether or not they should begin proceedings to impeach President Donald Trump.
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The Michigan lawmaker has long been a critic of the president, but he said earlier this month Trump's actions warranted impeachment.
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The Michigan Republican accused the attorney general of using his position to promote the president's narrative that the Mueller investigation was "unjustified."
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The senator said the Mueller investigation was the “antithesis of libertarianism.”
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The Michigan congressman continues to say that the president has "engaged in impeachable conduct."
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"The Late Show" host taunts GOP lawmakers for refusing to stand up to President Donald Trump.
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The Republican congressman once again made his case after previously tweeting that the president had "engaged in impeachable conduct."
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Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan became the first Republican congressman to call the president's conduct "impeachable."