New Poll Finds Republicans Overwhelmingly Want Mitch McConnell to Call Witnesses in Trump Impeachment Trial
In the current political landscape of the United States, you'd be hard-pressed to find any issue that Americans on which both sides of the ideological spectrum agree.
But it turns out that even on an issue as divisive as the impeachment of President Donald Trump, Republicans and Democrats agree on something.
Mitch McConnell Is Getting Slammed for His Bonkers New Impeachment Rules Designed to Cover Up the Trial
Things are heating up in the Senate as the long-awaited Senate trial in the impeachment of President Donald Trump is set to begin on Tuesday.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will officially propose a resolution that will set the rules for the trial. He released the proposed rules Monday afternoon.
Don Jr. Just Got Completely Schooled After Asking People to 'Name a Single' Democratic Accomplishment
Since Democrats took over the House in January of 2019, they have passed around 400 bills addressing everything from common sense gun reform to prescription drugs to domestic violence to election security to insider trading to voting rights.
But you wouldn't know it to listen to Republicans, particularly Donald Trump, who has dubbed the Democratic Party the "Do-nothing Democrats" despite their having accomplished quite a lot in a short period of time.
Including, of course, launching an official impeachment inquiry into the President, holding impeachment hearings, officially impeaching him, and sending the articles to the Senate. They've actually been quite busy.
But that didn't stop President's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., from using the moniker in an ill-advised tweet on Wednesday.
C-SPAN Puts McConnell on Blast for Failing to Respond to Request for Expanded Coverage of Trump's Impeachment Trial
With the House of Representatives officially voting to deliver articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump for a trial in the Senate, eyes across America are focused on the Republican-dominated body and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) to see what kind of trial he'll conduct.
Since the House officially impeached Donald Trump in December, more evidence of Trump's involvement in the Ukraine scandal has come to light, making it more difficult for moderate Republicans to vote against calling additional witnesses to testify in the Senate trial.
Mitch McConnell's Hometown Paper Publishes Scathing Op-Ed Calling Him Out for Admitting He's Not an 'Impartial Juror' in Impeachment Trial
With President Donald Trump officially impeached, a trial in the Republican-dominated Senate is expected to commence after the new year, but some Republican senators have signaled that they don't intend to remain impartial.
Among them? Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).
Senator McConnell has previously said he'd coordinate impeachment strategy with White House lawyers, but the Constitution requires senators to take an oath of impartiality before putting an impeached President on trial—as a new op-ed from McConnell's home state newspaper points out.
Since the House of Representatives' historic vote to impeach President Donald Trump the President has been raging at rallies and on Twitter about what he claims is a sham process.
Now, attention is on the Republican-dominated Senate and how it will conduct the trial of the President.
Last week, the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, making him the third president in history to be impeached.
Someone should probably remind Donald Trump.