With the clock ticking toward Tuesday’s start of the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump, the four Democratic senators who are running for the White House are making the most of their remaining free time to campaign in the states that kick off the presidential primary and caucus nominating calendar.
While his impeachment trial was getting underway in the Senate on Thursday, President Trump gave a hat tip to his evangelical base by updating federal guidance on prayer in public schools — an action that came on National Religious Freedom Day.
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, released a statement on Thursday to clarify her stance on President Trump's upcoming impeachment trial and claimed her past comments have been taken out of context and misunderstood.
President Trump on Thursday said he plans to travel next week to Switzerland despite the impeachment trial ramping up at the same time.
President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday that dismissal of the articles of impeachment against the president should be allowed under the Senate's trial rules because the allegations don’t amount to high crimes and misdemeanors.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi drew criticism Wednesday for handing out commemorative pens -- with her name on them -- after signing the resolution to transmit two articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate for trial.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., put her signature on the articles of impeachment brought against President Trump on Wednesday – setting up the trial that places the fate of Trump’s presidency in the hands of the Senate.
Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., who saw her profile rise during the Trump impeachment hearings, is being named an honorary New York State chair for President Trump's reelection campaign, officials said Wednesday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi needled President Trump on Wednesday as she prepared to send articles of impeachment over to the Senate, repeatedly describing the indictment by the House as a permanent stain on his legacy -- no matter what happens next.
President Trump has locked down the defense team that will be representing him during his impeachment trial, as House Democrats move Wednesday to send the articles of impeachment against him to the Senate.