Trump = Thanos?

The tweet, put out by the official Trump War Room account, tied the meme to the Trump impeachment inquiry in the House, which kicked into a new phase Tuesday as the leaders announced they would seek two articles of impeachment against the president. The message: Impeachment can’t stop Trump’s reelection next year. Listen to the rest … Continue reading Trump = Thanos?

White House WON’T participate in Impeachment

The White House on Sunday said that President Trump would not participate in the House Judiciary Committee’s first impeachment hearing scheduled for Wednesday. The response came in a five-page letter sent to the committee’s chairman, Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y. Republicans had urged President Trump not to attend the hearings, arguing that his presence would validate a … Continue reading White House WON’T participate in Impeachment

Why are Republicans in Congress sticking by trump during the Impeachment?

After two weeks of public testimony that President Trump politicized Ukraine policy and leveraged taxpayer dollars for his own benefit, there is no sign that any Republicans will defect and vote to impeach Trump in the House, much less convict him in the Senate. Listen to the rest of this article now using AudiBrow app:🎧 Install … Continue reading Why are Republicans in Congress sticking by trump during the Impeachment?

Trump Impeachment Update- Week 2 witnesses

Eight more witnesses are scheduled to publicly testify in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump.  Last week, three current or former White House officials testified before the House Intelligence Committee: Bill Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine; George Kent, a top State Department official; and Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine.  This … Continue reading Trump Impeachment Update- Week 2 witnesses

Trump says Ukraine whistleblower ‘must’ testify, blasts offer of written answers

President Trump joined congressional Republicans in publicly rejecting the Ukraine call whistleblower’s offer to respond to written questions from Republican lawmakers, instead insisting that he or she appear in person as part of the impeachment inquiry — a move that would reveal the anonymous official’s identity. The whistleblower’s attorney, Mark Zaid, tweeted over the weekend that his … Continue reading Trump says Ukraine whistleblower ‘must’ testify, blasts offer of written answers