Jerry Falwell Gets Slammed After Defending Donald Trump Over Scathing 'Christianity Today' Editorial
On Wednesday night, the House of Representatives fulfilled their duties under Article I, Section 2, Clause 5 of the United States Constitution and impeached President Donald Trump on two articles: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Almost immediately, the White House and Trump's allies began a campaign of denial and distraction.
Former Republican Senator Calls Out His Party Over Opposition to Impeachment Inquiry, Says Facts Show a 'Shakedown'
While members of the opposition have been highly critical of Republican support for President Donald Trump during the impeachment inquiry, some of the condemnation also comes from within the GOP. The organization Republicans for the Rule of Law criticize the President and those who enabled him often.
And now, former GOP Senator Slade Gorton added his voice to the opposition.
The New York Times Apologizes for Offensive Tweet Calling Allegation Against Brett Kavanaugh 'Harmless Fun'
After revealing more details from a credible allegation of sexual misconduct by controversial Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, The New York Times found themselves needing to apologize for their social media promotion of the breaking story. The Times was promoting The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation by New York Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly.
On Sunday, the editorial division of the newspaper—The New York Times Opinion—under their account @nytopinion posted a tweet characterizing sexual misconduct as "harmless fun." The article the tweet promoted was an excerpt from the book focused on Deborah Ramirez's experiences with Kavanaugh at Yale.
Donald Trump Explained to The Washington Post Why He Won't Comply With Congressional Subpoenas and the Post Just Clapped Back
After President Donald Trump told The Washington Post he saw no reason for Congress to investigate his administration and his intention to not cooperate, their editorial board took the opportunity to give him reasons.
In a piece titled "Sorry, Mr. President. Congress has every right to investigate you." The Washington Post gave a response to the following statements by Trump.