A faction of Republicans want to depose the anonymous whistleblower who set off the impeachment process, and they have power in the Senate.
“I wish this weren’t the case, but Republicans’ interest in working on guns is driven by casualties of 15 or more,” Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy said. “It’s so awful that it works like this.”
Republicans Railed Against Secret Impeachment Hearings, But Now Say They Won’t Watch The Public Ones
“I’ve got a day job so it’s hard to watch TV.”
Rand Paul Floated An Unfounded Theory That The Trump Whistleblower Has Ties To Hunter Biden’s Work In Ukraine
“I imagine at some point soon our client will be accused of masterminding JFK's assassination as well,” said a lawyer for the whistleblower.
“If I had a degree of certainty who the whistleblower is, I promise you I would tell you,” said Republican Rep. Mark Meadows.
“I haven’t gone down to any of the hearings. I’m truly convinced in three weeks this won’t even be talked about,” one Republican said.
Impeachment Could Mean Most Presidential Candidates Can’t Leave Washington, Or Talk. Sorry, Those Are (Really) The Rules.
“It would be disruptive, that’s all I can tell you,” said former presidential candidate and current senator Mitt Romney, laughing.
Senators will have to sit — silently — through the trial for six days a week for who knows how long.
Even some of Trump’s closest Republican allies are infuriated over his decision to withdraw US troops from Syria, though they say there’s little they can do.
“I’m one term removed from something that does have a place in history.”
“I don’t know how the hell he can be president under these conditions, it’s just incredible,” Sen. Lindsey Graham said.
Romney said the latest Trump allegations were “deeply troubling.” Merely expressing grave concerns may not seem like a radical act, but in Washington in 2019 it’s enough to make you a unique case as a Republican.
The attorney general is making the pitch to Republicans to expand background checks, but everything hinges on whether Trump will get behind it.
Congressional Democrats are planning to grill the FBI over its investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against the Supreme Court justice, but are not moving toward impeachment.
“I’m very worried. There are members of Congress who are skittish,” said one patient advocate.
Even modest measures to expand background checks after deadly shootings have failed to win enough Republican support to make it through Congress.
The announcement comes as the high cost of drugs is becoming a major issue in Congress and on the campaign trail.
What Happens If Obamacare Is Overturned In An Election Year? Senate Republicans Say To Trust Congress.
Republicans say a split Congress would be able to pull off comprehensive health reform in an election year. Democrats say they’re delusional.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller warned that the Russians are attempting to get involved in the American elections saying, "they’re doing it as we sit here."
As Trump distanced himself from the chant Thursday, Democrats said they’re working to protect Omar and other members of Congress.