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The president posted tweets Sunday quoting pastor Robert Jeffress, who said the nation would suffer “a Civil War-like fracture" if Trump were removed from office.
The crime is narrowly defined as taking up arms against the United States or giving “aid and comfort” to the enemy. Not the whistleblower, his sources, or Schiff have done that.
Kate McKinnon's Giuiliani spills it all on CNN in the late-night show's cold open.
The former secretary of state, who compared her 2016 defeat to "losing to a corrupt human tornado," said she supports the impeachment inquiry.
The president dragged the VP's name into the Ukraine scandal and critics are celebrating.
Democrats have launched a formal impeachment inquiry into the president. Here’s what happens next.
President Donald Trump urged Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to investigate his political rivals.
Before he was in the White House, the president had some thoughts on impeachment that seem particularly relevant now.