A growing number of congressional Democrats are calling for President Trump to be impeached after a group of his supporters stormed the United States Capitol building on Wednesday.
Both President Trump and the 2020 Democrats campaign off the Senate's vote to acquit the president of the House impeachment charges
The four Democratic senators running for president were stuck in the Senate chamber for the second consecutive day of impeachment trial questions Thursday, but that didn't prevent one of them from making some headlines ahead of Monday's Iowa caucuses.
With four of the candidates for the Democratic nomination for president -- and two of the top four in the polls -- stuck in Washington, D.C., for President Trump's impeachment, asking questions during the Senate trial's nationally televised question-and-answer session is one of the only ways for them to reach voters ahead of Monday's Iowa caucuses.
With Bernie Sanders tied up in Washington at President Trump's Senate impeachment trial, a couple of his high-profie supporters filled in for him Friday at a campaign rally in Iowa.
2020 presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., called into his own campaign rally in Iowa City Friday night, after the Senate's impeachment trial schedule interfered with his ability to be there in person,