Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., one of seven Senate Republicans who voted to convict former President Trump in his second impeachment trial, said on Sunday that he believes Trump’s “force wanes,” arguing that the Republican Party wants “a leader who’s accountable and a leader who they can trust.”
Former Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker argued on Monday that former President Trump's impeachment is “cheapening” the impeachment standard.
Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., argued on Sunday that the Senate has “a constitutional responsibility” to hold the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump.
George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley argued on Monday that there is some value to impeachment trials in terms of dialogue and addressing the issues raised, but there are also significant countervailing costs.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., argued on Sunday that pursuing the impeachment of President Trump after he leaves office will ruin the start of Joe Biden's presidency and urged the president-elect to “stand down.”
George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley told “America’s Newsroom” on Wednesday that President Trump “would have standing to challenge” his impeachment trial potentially taking place after he is no longer in office “and the court could rule on it.”
Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., told "Fox & Friends" on Monday that if Democrats want to do something good for the country, then they should focus on what they are going to do for American families as opposed to impeachment.
Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., who is one of the representatives taking the lead on an impeachment resolution targeting President Trump's alleged efforts to incite the riot at the U.S. Capitol last week, argued on Sunday that Congress is “obligated” to impeach the president.
Democrats are “using the postal service now just like they used the Russia impeachment to get at this president,” House Judiciary Committee ranking member Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., told “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday.
As 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar splits her time between Washington, D.C. where she is serving as a juror during President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial, and hitting the campaign trail ahead of the Democratic primaries, she revealed her “comeback strategy” on Sunday, which the Democratic senator said includes “new creative approaches.”