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As impeachment inquiry moves into open phase, here’s what to expect next
The vast majority of House Democrats publicly back the inquiry, so the measure is expected to pass By Deirdre Walsh/NPR (Washington) — The impeachment inquiry enters a new open phase with a House vote on a resolution formalizing the impeachment inquiry . The measure drafted by House Democrats lays out the ground rules for public hearings, provides procedures for the president and his counsel to respond…
How common are impeachment inquiries?
The House has only ever charged two presidents, Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton, with articles of impeachment.
What happened in the impeachment inquiry this week?
William Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, appeared for 9 1/2 hours in a closed-door deposition that Democrats called "very devastating" for Trump, and Republicans stormed a secure room, delaying a witness deposition
House approves rules for impeachment inquiry
By Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – A sharply divided House has approved the rules for its impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. Thursday’s near party-line 232-196 roll call was the chamber’s first formal vote on a process
Top MN analyst on latest impeachment inquiry
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is now admitting for the first time that he was, in fact, listening in on President Trump’s controversial phone call with the president of Ukraine. Hamline University political analyst David Schultz says there appear to be elements of the current controversy around the White House that parallel Watergate… “If we look at the Mueller report and what we look at what we’re starting to learn now with we’ll call it Ukrainegate or something like that, there seems to…
Top analyst on the latest with impeachment inquiry
The impeachment inquiry process continues to play out as President Trump defends his recent phone call with the president of Ukraine. Asked whether the allegations rise to the level of an impeachable offense, Hamline University political analyst David Schultz says… “It’s still too early to tell at this point, because at the end of the day, remember, impeachment is a political process, not a criminal process…
At a glance: Impeachment inquiry news, facts and figures
Follow the hearings live on the Newschannel 3 website. WMU political science professor breaks down impeachment process. The presidential impeachment process is a long and complicated one. With formal impeachment inquiries underway, John Clark, a political science professor at Western Michigan University, explained how the process works. Expert: It's pretty likely that President Trump will be impeached.
Top takeaways from Day 4 of public impeachment inquiry hearings
Gordon Sondland, President Donald Trump's ambassador to the European Union, bolstered Democrats' impeachment narrative Wednesday as he repeatedly talked of a "quid pro quo" involving Ukraine.
Are The Impeachment Inquiry Rules Fair?
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How a Shadow Foreign Policy in Ukraine Prompted an Impeachment Inquiry
Details of the push by President Trump and Rudolph Giuliani for Ukraine to investigate Democrats show a sustained effort that encompassed elections in both countries.
Impeachment inquiry: federal judge orders Don McGahn to testify before Congress
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How A Complicated Web Connects 2 Soviet-Born Businessmen With The Impeachment Inquiry
The story of Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman unfolds like a globe-trotting mystery over more than a year. When the two associates of President Trump's
Impeachment Inquiry Update: What The Past Week Revealed About The Ukraine Affair
President Trump deputized lawyer Rudy Giuliani to run a shadow foreign policy for Ukraine outside the State Department, witnesses told Congress this past
As Impeachment Inquiry Moves Into Open Phase, Here's What To Expect Next
Updated at 1:30 p.m. ET The impeachment inquiry enters a new open phase with a House vote on a resolution formalizing the impeachment inquiry. The measure
As Impeachment Inquiry Moves Forward, Questions Around Pompeo Continue To Swirl
As the impeachment inquiry against President Trump continues its march through Congress, questions are churning around his secretary of state, Mike Pompeo.
State lawmakers react to House's passing of impeachment inquiry rules
Local lawmakers issued statements regarding theDemocrats' package of ground rules for their impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump that passed through a sharply divided House Thursday. Lawmakers include Rep. Justin Amash, Congressman Bill Huizenga, Sen. Gary Peters and Laura Cox, chairman of the Michigan Republican Party. U. S. Representative Justin Amash tweeted: U. S. Senator Gary Peters said: “The house is continuing to investigate this situation. They’re doing what they should.
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Justice Dept. appeals ruling it must turn over Mueller grand jury materials in impeachment inquiry
A federal judge said Friday that the unredacted special counsel report, along with underlying documents, must be sent to the House committees.
The Ukraine Impeachment Inquiry Begins A New Phase This Week: What You Need To Know
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her lieutenants are turning a new page in their impeachment inquiry this week based on a principle familiar to classics