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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.
The now-independent congressman is still not ruling out a 2020 presidential run.
The one Republican in Congress who had called for Donald Trump's impeachment is celebrating Independence Day in the most Justin Amash way possible.
The Michigan lawmaker is the first and only Republican calling for Trump's impeachment.
The Republican congressman has faced stiff criticism from his own party for his support of impeachment proceedings against the president.
Democrats are split on whether or not they should begin proceedings to impeach President Donald Trump.
The Michigan lawmaker has long been a critic of the president, but he said earlier this month Trump's actions warranted impeachment.
The Michigan Republican accused the attorney general of using his position to promote the president's narrative that the Mueller investigation was "unjustified."
The senator said the Mueller investigation was the “antithesis of libertarianism.”
The Michigan congressman continues to say that the president has "engaged in impeachable conduct."
"The Late Show" host taunts GOP lawmakers for refusing to stand up to President Donald Trump.
The Republican congressman once again made his case after previously tweeting that the president had "engaged in impeachable conduct."
Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan became the first Republican congressman to call the president's conduct "impeachable."
Amash is the first GOP member of Congress to say the legislative body should take that action.
Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) condemned Trump's efforts to bypass Congress for money to build a U.S.-Mexico border wall.
Are GOP lawmakers trying to run out the clock on themselves?
Dan Scavino invoked his official position with the White House when he called for the primary defeat of GOP Rep. Justin Amash.
Besides, you probably don’t want to pick a fight with Justin Amash.