The House impeachment managers for President Trump's now-completed trial in the Senate penned an op-ed Thursday arguing that Trump and the GOP-controlled Senate will be permanently stained by what they argued was an unfair process, leading to "not guilty" verdicts on both articles of impeachment.
Lead House impeachment manager Adam Schiff, D-Calif., Wednesday said former national security adviser John Bolton refused to submit a sworn affidavit during President Trump's Senate trial about the president's alleged "misconduct" in withholding military aid to Ukraine.
Rep. Adam Schiff, the lead House impeachment manager, warned on Monday that if President Trump's dealings with Ukraine are not impeachable offenses, then nothing would stand in his way from attempting bolder power grabs -- going so far to claim Trump could use Alaska as a bargaining chip with "the Russians" for support in 2020.
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the lead House impeachment manager, said on Sunday that he believes the Democrats “proved” their case against President Trump and that there was nothing they could have done differently.
Republicans in the Senate cobbled together enough votes Friday evening to reject Democratic efforts to extend the Trump impeachment trial and call new witnesses, as the final vote on whether to remove President Trump from office is now not expected until next week.
The Senate impeachment trial is increasingly expected to drag out until next week -- and potentially through President Trump's planned State of the Union address -- despite the widespread expectation of acquittal in the end.
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., slammed an impeachment trial question by Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., about the intelligence community whistleblower whose complaint led to the investigation into President Trump, calling it “disgraceful” in a tense moment Thursday on the Senate floor.
House manager Adam Schiff, D-Calif., Wednesday said former President Obama would have been impeached if he had done what Trump has been charged with in the first article of impeachment.
Former National Security Advisor John Bolton has a distinct "lack of credibility" and is prone to "conspiracy theories." Those assertions weren't made this week by Republican lawmakers seeking to prevent the lawmaker from testifying in President Trump's Senate impeachment trial. Instead, they were made in recent years by Democratic impeachment manager Rep. Adam Schiff -- who is now saying Bolton must urgently testify in the trial as an important and believable witness.
House impeachment manager Adam Schiff, D-Calif., denied knowing the identity of the Trump whistleblower during the president's trial on Wednesday and claimed that no one from the House Intelligence Committee was ever involved in coaching them.