Former US President Donald Trump is no stranger to controversy.
Though Trump was ultimately acquitted of the charges, the fact that seven Republican senators voted against him means it was the most bipartisan impeachment vote in the nation’s history. The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump officially began on Tuesday, February 9. By dinner time on Saturday,
Senator Rand Paul and other Republicans have argued that the constitution does not give Congress permission to carry out impeachment after an official has left office. The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump gets underway this week, with the trial set to begin on Tuesday, February 9. But
Two days after the article of impeachment was introduced, 10 House Republicans joined all 222 Democrats in voting to impeach the president, making Trump the first US president to be impeached twice. As the newly minted majority leader of the United States Senate, one of Chuck Schumer’s first acts
The article of impeachment introduced into the House on Monday accuses Trump of abuse of power and charges him with “high crimes and misdemeanors.” On Monday, January 11, for the second time in two years, Democrats in the United States House of Representatives introduced an article of impeachment against President
Section 4 of the 25th Amendment provides the relevant text regarding the removal of a president who is deemed unfit for office. Though President Donald Trump has faced fierce political opposition from the moment he entered office, including being impeached by the House of Representatives, the last weeks of his
Known as “one of the most conservative members of Congress,” Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio is currently among President Donald Trump’s most pugnacious allies. In the recent House Intelligence Hearings that led to Trump’s impeachment, Jordan frequently deployed aggressive questioning and talking points as he challenged the narrative