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.
President Trump indicated in an exclusive Fox News interview Friday with Laura Ingraham that he would use executive privilege to block former national security John Bolton and other administration officials from testifying in his Senate impeachment trial if necessary.
President Trump was headlining his first campaign rally of the election year Thursday in Ohio flush with cash, chafing at a potential Senate impeachment trial and aiming to capitalize on his order to take out Iranian commadner Qassem Soleimani after the military leader was said to have orchestrated an attack on the U.S. Embassy in Iraq.
President Trump argued Monday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is trying to influence the 2020 presidential election “illegally” by not sending the articles of impeachment against him to the Senate, where the GOP-led body is likely to acquit him.
President Trump’s campaign raked in a whopping $46 million in the fourth quarter of 2019, fueled in part by a backlash from his base against House Democrats’ impeachment efforts and blowing past any of his would-be Democratic rivals.
President Trump’s Twitter account has removed a retweet that contained a link to an article naming the purported Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) whistleblower who helped trigger impeachment proceedings.
President Trump mocked House Democrats on Saturday during a Turning Point USA event in West Palm Beach, Fla., for voting to impeach him without providing any evidence of a crime.
Top White House adviser Kellyanne Conway wouldn't confirm if the White House is hoping for a shorter Senate trial after the House of Representatives voted Wednesday on two articles of impeachment against President Trump, instead likening the charges to those "on a Post-it note."
President Trump on Tuesday touted a “united Republican Party” as the House prepares to vote on articles of impeachment against him.
Prominent Christian pastors and worship leaders prayed over President Trump in the Oval Office last week, as he told them he needs prayer now more than ever amid the intensifying impeachment probe on Capitol Hill.