16 December 2019


Senate Dems ask that Mick Mulvaney and John Bolton testify at impeachment trial (44)
Minority Leader Chuck Schumer sent a letter to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that drives a hard bargain on witnesses and documents. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. By BURGESS EVERETT 12/15/2019 07:00 PM EST More Chuck Schumer has made his opening offer to Mitch McConnell about the impending Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
Key Democrat says Trump impeachment is needed to stop 'a crime in progress' but Republicans already against ouster (5)
AFP-JIJI WASHINGTON - A key Democratic lawmaker said Sunday that President Donald Trump's misconduct amounted to "a crime in progress" that threatens U.S. democracy, as the full House prepares for a historic vote on impeachment. "Do we have a constitutional democracy, or do we have a monarchy, where the president is unaccountable?" Rep.
Democrats call for Mulvaney, Bolton to testify in Senate's Trump impeachment trial (4)
Democrats outlined their plan for the trial, which will come in January. By Mary Bruce and Mark Osborne December 16, 2019, 1:27 AM Republicans declaring impeachment process dead on arrival in Senate A new poll from Fox News shows a majority of registered voters favor impeaching and removing Trump from office.Andrew Harnik/AP In a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Sunday evening, Chuck
Schiff: Trump a 'clear danger to democracy' (2)
December 16 2019 01:32 AM This file picture taken on Tuesday shows Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi with Schiff (right) and Nadler. Reuters /Washington Top Democrats in the US House of Representatives made a last-minute pitch to Republicans yesterday for why they should put partisanship aside and vote to impeach President Donald Trump. Trump is expected to become the third US president to be impeached when
Washington Braces For Impeachment As Battle Lines Harden (2)
Democrats say Republicans are violating their oaths of office by reaching a verdict before a possible impeachment trial in the Senate even begins. Jonathan Lemire WASHINGTON (AP) - As Washington braces for this week's expected vote to impeach President Donald Trump, partisan battle lines hardened on Sunday, with Democrats defending impeachment even if Trump isn't removed from office and Republicans denouncing the integrity of the constitutional process.
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