Fact check - CLAIM: The House impeachment inquiry was fair, inclusive, and obeyed precedent from previous impeachments. VERDICT: False.
The White House released its "trial memorandum" in response to impeachment on Monday, and it is a tour de force.
Joe Biden's testimony would establish a legitimate basis for Trump's Ukraine inquiry. He could invoke the Fifth but not quash a subpoena.
Nancy Pelosi's delay violates the Sixth Amendment. The only "fair trial" possible now must result in a dismissal.
House Democrats are still hoping to impeach President Donald Trump over allegations resulting from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report earlier this year into "Russia collusion," though Mueller found none existed.
The House Judiciary Committee told a federal appeals court Monday that it still wants former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify because it could potentially lead to the introduction of "additional articles of impeachment" against President Donal...
Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats claimed Trump needed to be removed urgently. Now she is holding up the process -- without any constitutional authority.
Hollywood elites celebrated their version of Christmas on Wednesday as the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump along mostly partisan lines, with Democrats passing the two articles of impeachment brought by the House Judicia...
Curiously, almost every Democrat waving the Constitution during the impeachment debate appears to be using the same edition -- in mint condition.
In pursuing a partisan case for impeachment, Democrats have also violated several cherished amendments in the Bill of Rights.
The House Judiciary Committee's final report accompanying its articles of impeachment misquotes President Donald Trump -- again -- talking about his powers under Article II of the Constitution.
There is no abuse of power by President Trump, but it is clear that abuses were committed against him by the DOJ, the State Department, the FISA court, and certainly by Democrats in the House.
The House Judiciary Committee's new report accompanying articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump accuses him of committing the crimes of bribery and honest services fraud, though neither is mentioned in the articles of impeachment.
The report rests the case for impeachment partly on false charges of Russia collusion, which were disproved by Special Counsel Mueller.
The House Judiciary Committee, chaired by Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), released its report on Monday morning detailing the two articles of impeachment it leveled against President Donald Trump.
They can't prove either Russia collusion or Ukraine collusion, but they have what seems, to them, a pattern. Ukraine collusion proves Russia collusion.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) failed to turn up in the House Judiciary Committee to present his impeachment report, but found time for late-night comedian Stephen Colbert.
Croft testified that Trump had raised the issue of corruption in Ukraine before, even holding up aid and lecturing the previous Ukrainian president about it.
Freshman swing district Rep. Lucy McBath (D-GA) voted for both articles of impeachment Friday in the House Judiciary Committee.
The House Judiciary Committee voted Friday to advance articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the full House of Representatives over his contacts with Ukraine.