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.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers on Tuesday offered themselves up as the “antidote” to a bitterly divided Washington and pledged to continue to pass meaningful legislation after the impeachment saga.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Tuesday said impeachment has "been a positive” for Democrats, despite last week’s vote to acquit President Trump.
Minutes after Chief Justice John Roberts gaveled out President Trump's impeachment trial, which had consumed the Senate for almost three weeks, Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., got right back to what he's said is his top priority -- confirming judges.
The House impeachment managers for President Trump's now-completed trial in the Senate penned an op-ed Thursday arguing that Trump and the GOP-controlled Senate will be permanently stained by what they argued was an unfair process, leading to "not guilty" verdicts on both articles of impeachment.
The White House on Tuesday released a statement calling the Senate’s vote to acquit President Trump of the two articles of impeachment brought against him a “full vindication and exoneration.”
President Trump was acquitted on Wednesday by the Senate of the two articles of impeachment brought against him by the House. Here is how each of the 100 U.S. senators voted.
Ken Starr, one of President Trump's lawyers, compared House Democrats' handling of impeachment to two of the most prominent cheating scandals in recent American sports history.
One of the lawyers representing President Trump in his impeachment trial said it was House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats’ fault for failing to charge Trump with an impeachable offense while praising the Senate for rejecting a call for more witnesses in the trial.
Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., said that President Trump delaying almost $400 million in aid to Ukraine in an attempt to force the country to investigate the Bidens was “crossing the line,” he doesn’t believe that it met the constitutional threshold for impeachment.