Trump fires Michael Atkinson, intelligence IG who told Congress about Ukraine phone call: report

President Trump has reportedly fired Michael Atkinson, the inspector general for the U.S. intelligence community who alerted Congress to concerns about a Trump phone call with the president of Ukraine – a matter that led to the president’s impeachment last year.

Lawmakers clash over whether Trump impeachment trial distracted government’s coronavirus response

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., hit back at Senate Major Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., over his claims that the Democrat-led impeachment of President Trump distracted the federal government from handling the coronavirus outbreak during the nascent days of the pandemic.

Romney could block Republican subpoena try aimed at the Bidens

Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, who faced the scorn of President Trump and fellow Republicans over his vote last month during the Senate impeachment trial, questioned the motivation behind issuing a subpoena related to Hunter Biden and his dealing with Ukraine.

Trump fires up CPAC: President takes aim at ‘left-wing mob,’ Romney defection, Bloomberg’s height

President Trump rallied the core of the conservative activist base Saturday with a fiery address mercilessly mocking his potential Democratic presidential foes, blasting the “left-wing mob” and shaming Republican Sen. Mitt Romney for defecting on the final impeachment vote.

Trump fires up CPAC: President blisters 2020 Democrats, rips ‘low life’ Romney

President Trump rallied the core of the conservative activist base Saturday with a fiery address mercilessly mocking his potential Democratic presidential foes, railing against the “Washington swamp” and shaming Republican Sen. Mitt Romney for defecting on the final impeachment vote.

Schiff says Trump’s coronavirus response doesn’t ‘inspire confidence,’ ramping up political fight

Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff, who led the impeachment fight against President Trump, said Friday he has "profound concerns" about Trump's response to the coronavirus and cast doubt on whether the White House is telling the truth to the American public about the global outbreak. 

John Bolton pressed by Susan Rice on impeachment testimony at Vanderbilt event

Former national security advisers John Bolton and Susan Rice engaged in a sometimes-tense debate over Russia and the impeachment trial against President Trump, in front of a crowd of 1,500 people Wednesday in Nashville.

Vindman will not be investigated after NSC ouster, Army secretary says

The Army will not launch an investigation into a decorated officer who was a key witness during the impeachment inquiry into President Trump and then removed from his White House National Security Council (NSC) position, officials said Friday. 

Trump slams Manchin as a ‘puppet’ – even after West Virginia Democrat signals he’s open to endorsing president

President Trump Friday continued his assault on Sen. Joe Manchin even though the moderate Democrat signaled he wants to make peace with the president after his impeachment guilty vote.