It’s only mid-June. And we don’t really know what may define the November elections.
You thought Democrats were done with President Trump after impeachment? Y
Support it or not, the Senate just completed a rancorous impeachment trial. Now President Trump is contesting whether House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. truly prays for him, as she often intimates at her weekly press conferences.
President Trump never mentioned impeachment in his State of the Union address Tuesday night. But Tuesday night was all about impeachment.
So much of what we’ve seen over the past week or so in the Senate trial of President Trump was not.
And the math right now dictates that the Senate probably does not have the votes to open the gateway to hear from witnesses at President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial on Friday.
The biggest questions in the impeachment trial are when will it conclude and if the Senate will call witnesses.
The trial's newfound rocket docket could mean Republicans simply want to wrap things up.
A pleased President Trump views his lawyers’ forceful two-hour defense presentation Saturday as a “mandate to end” the impeachment trial swiftly, sources familiar with Trump’s thinking told Fox News.
Democrats think the president committed “high crimes and misdemeanors.” And whether it’s allowed on the floor or not, Republicans think Democrats are just pettifogging Trump.