Democrats leaned on a quote falsely attributed to former President Donald Trump to paint him as pushing for election officials to manufacture evidence of election fraud.
Former President Donald Trump has been out of office for nearly three weeks, but he is still expected to command the full attention of the legislative branch and the country in the coming days as the Senate begins his second impeachment trial, barely one year after his first.
The upcoming impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump is set to be highly politicized, and decisions by senators on both sides about how they vote are almost certain to be made more fundamentally on political calculations rather than on the facts.
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Wash., one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach President Trump on charges of "incitement of an insurrection," is facing criticism from her district's conservative base.
Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., said that after the House voted to impeach President Trump last week, he expects the Senate to hold a trial relatively soon.
President Trump could face some unpleasant consequences from an impeachment trial if he is convicted, but the proceedings may never begin.
Though President Trump “committed an impeachable offense,” the House Democrats' articles of impeachment are “flawed,” Rep. Chip Roy argued on Wednesday.
GOP leadership will not lobby members to vote against President Trump’s impeachment, two House Republican leadership sources told Fox News.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for President Trump's immediate removal from office by way of the 25th Amendment for inciting a violent riot at the Capitol Wednesday in an attempt to stop the certification of President-elect Joe Biden's win.
First lady Melania Trump tore into Joe Biden’s “socialist agenda” in her first solo campaign appearance of the year on Tuesday and even slammed Democrats for a “sham” impeachment.