House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., rushed impeachment through the House on the thinnest and most nakedly partisan basis in history. Now she’s regretting it.
It is not the job of the Senate to come to the rescue of House Democrats who are guilty of investigatory and constitutional malpractice for failing to assemble a convincing case for the impeachment of the president.
“Red flag laws” are just the first on a long list of Democrats’ planned Second Amendment infringements, Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren said Wednesday.
No additional witnesses or documents are necessary for the impeachment trial. To admit them would be to legitimize Democrats’ caricature of fairness, and the continuation of a process that will never be more than a political farce.
As the impeachment trial of President Trump got underway in the Senate Tuesday, it was obvious that House Democrats can’t present a plausible case for removing the duly elected president from office. As a result, justice requires that the Senate should simply dismiss the two badly flawed articles of impeachment against the president and move on to more important business.
The House Democratic impeachment managers on Tuesday slammed the argument from President Trump’s legal defense team that the charges brought against the president are not impeachable offenses, calling it “wrong and dangerous” in their own separate filing.
House Judiciary Committee ranking member Doug Collins, R-Ga., said Democrats are exposing their true contempt for the Constitution and the individual rights therein with how they are conducting the impeachment of President Trump.
House impeachment managers file their opening briefings in their case against President Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Indicted former associate of Rudy Giuliani Lev Parnas’ claims implicating President Trump may be good for headlines but would not hold up in a court of law, former House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy said Friday.
Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., opened up about her struggle with alopecia, a common autoimmune skin disease that can cause the hair loss, on Thursday and publically revealed her bald head for the first time.
House Oversight Committee Republicans on Thursday sent a series of interrogatories directly to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), Fox News has learned, in a major new intervention that highlights the secret court’s growing credibility crisis following Department of Justice Inspector General (DOJ IG) Michael Horowitz’s damning report earlier this year.
Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., said he did not create a game that rewarded legislators for sleeping with lobbyists, staffers and married lawmakers after he was accused of doing so by a Florida state representative as part of an ever-escalating and increasingly nasty Twitter fight.
Senate Judiciary Committee member John Kennedy, R-La., said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is “swollen with partisan rage,” after watching the California Democrat shepherd the articles of impeachment to the Senate through her formal “engrossment ceremony.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., put her signature on the articles of impeachment brought against President Trump on Wednesday – setting up the trial that places the fate of Trump’s presidency in the hands of the Senate.
Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., announced Wednesday that she will receive treatment for alcoholism after she was seriously injured in a fall she said was the result of her condition.
President Trump has locked down the defense team that will be representing him during his impeachment trial, as House Democrats move Wednesday to send the articles of impeachment against him to the Senate.
House Speaker Nancy’s Pelosi’s delay in delivering articles of impeachment to the Senate is about to end.
Former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch Tuesday called for an investigation after new documents obtained by the House of Representatives that suggest she may have been followed by associates of President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani while in Ukraine.
The impeachment trial against President Trump could wrap up in the Senate in just a few weeks, Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, said Tuesday.
Potential witnesses in a Senate impeachment trial would make for an unpredictable outcome and even longer process, former Assistant U.S. Attorney Andy McCarthy said Tuesday.