GOP Leader Really Doesn't Want to Answer Whether It's Ever OK for President to 'Ask a Foreign Country to Investigate a Political Rival'
Shortly after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced that representatives would begin drafting articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy took the podium to defend the President and the Republican party as a whole.
It could've gone better.
Nancy Pelosi Fired Back at Reporter Who Asked If She 'Hates' Donald Trump and Now Trump Is Lashing Out at Her for It
One day after the House Judiciary Committee's hearing on impeachment, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) held a press conference announcing that the House would begin drafting articles of impeachment, with a possible floor vote as soon as Christmas.
The press conference signaled the beginning of the end of the impeachment inquiry in the House.
Republicans' Impeachment Witness Is Getting Dragged for His Very Different Standard for Impeachment in 1998
The House Judiciary Committee, in its public impeachment hearing against President Donald Trump on Wednesday, consulted four constitutional scholars for greater insight to the legal implications of the President's Ukraine scandal—and whether they merit impeachment.
Three witnesses, called by Democrats, each made compelling arguments for the articles of impeachment with which Trump could be charged.
George Washington University professor Jonathan Turley—invited by Republicans—was the lone dissenter.
A letter from the House Judiciary Committee released on Tuesday, the next chapter of the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump will begin on December 4 with a new hearing just announced.
Until now, the public impeachment hearings have been conducted by members of the House Intelligence Committee, led by Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA). The December 4 hearing, however, will be conducted by the House Judiciary Committee, headed by Chairman Jerrold Nadler.
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.
Trump Says He'd 'Love' to Have Aides Testify in Impeachment Probe but Blames Future Presidents for Why He Won't Let Them
President Donald Trump and the White House have instructed numerous administration officials not to comply with subpoenas to testify before the House Intelligence Committee in the impeachment inquiry against the President.
All of the officials who complied with the subpoenas have further confirmed that Trump's pressure on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Trump's political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, was highly irregular and disruptive at best.
Republican Group to Air Ad Featuring Amb. Sondland's Damning Impeachment Testimony on 'Fox and Friends'
Republicans for the Rule of Law is a conservative activist group. Their stated purpose is "defending the institutions of our republic."
Unlike many of their fellow members of the GOP, they are not fans of President Donald Trump. Also unlike most Republicans, they aren't afraid to voice their opposition to the President and any of his enablers in Congress or elsewhere.