House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler on Sunday said Robert Mueller"s report presents "very substantial evidence" that President Donald Trump is "guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors" -- an impeachable offense.
The media have spent several days covering the noxious chant -- "Send them back" -- that broke out at President Donald Trump"s North Carolina rally. The chant was inspired by a tweet from the President, saying that congresswomen Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley and Rahida Tlaib should "go back" to the "broken and crime infested...Read More
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said on "Fox News Sunday" that Robert Mueller"s report presents "very substantial evidence" that President Donald Trump is "guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors" -- an impeachable offense.
As President Donald Trump has been openly feuding with House Democrats pursuing investigations into him, his administration and his finances, some lawmakers are calling to start an impeachment inquiry, the first step in a lengthy and likely divisive process.
As Democrats try to square growing calls for impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump with hesitation from party leadership -- and the political reality of a Republican-controlled Senate -- it"s worth understanding what"s behind the concept of impeachment and why it should or shouldn"t apply to Trump.
House Democrats are intensely preparing a pointed line of questioning for Robert Mueller, banking that his testimony will shift public perception about the President"s alleged criminal activity outlined in the special counsel"s report, according to Democratic committee aides.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings said President Donald Trump"s racist tweets aimed at four congresswomen of color bring back memories of the racism he faced as a child growing up in Baltimore.
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