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Sep 17 2019
Representative Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) is planning to introduce a resolution seeking an impeachment inquiry into Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Some top Democrats are reluctant to pursue this amid concerns about the basis of the latest accusations. Congressman Jerry Nadler (D-NY), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, says the Committee will have its hands full determiningFox News (Online News) NBC News (Online) USA TODAY
Oct 22 2019
In a Tuesday morning tweet, President Trump referred to the impeachment inquiry as a 'lynching.'
Democrats are condemning the tweet as being racially charged.Washington Times The Guardian USA TODAY
Oct 09 2019
In an eight-page letter to House leaders, the White House says it will not comply with the House's "baseless" and "constitutionally invalid" impeachment inquiry.
In response, Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the letter's allegations "manifestly wrong" and accused President Trump of trying to "normalize lawlessness."Reuters HuffPost Fox News (Online News)
Dec 07 2019
In a letter to House Judiciary Committee members on Friday, the White House announced that it will not participate in Democrats' ongoing impeachment proceedings, calling the inquiry "completely baseless" and in violation of "basic principles of due process and fundamental fairness." The 200-word statement, sent by White House counsel Pat Cipollone to House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep.Vox Fox News (Online News) NPR (Online News)
Oct 29 2019
House Democrats released the text of a resolution to introduce guidelines on how the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump will proceed. The resolution, initially filed by House Rules Committee chair Jim McGovern (D-MA), followed Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Monday statement that the House would hold a full vote on how to move forward with the impeachment probe, which is expected to happenFox News (Online News) Axios NBC News (Online)
Nov 18 2019
In a Monday morning tweet, President Trump said that he will "strongly consider" testifying in the impeachment inquiry over his dealings with Ukraine.
The President says he did nothing wrong, but Democrats are seeking to prove that Trump leveraged military assistance and an Oval Office meeting in exchange for investigations into Joe Biden and his son Hunter.Washington Post The Hill Washington Examiner
Oct 28 2019
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that the House of Representatives will hear a resolution this week "that affirms the ongoing, existing" impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump in a press release Monday. The resolution will reportedly be released Wednesday with the full House planning to vote on Thursday, according to sources cited by NPR. It will be the first time the entire HouseNPR (Online News) Yahoo News Washington Examiner
Dec 09 2019
The House Judiciary Committee is holding hearings in order to weigh evidence against President Trump and to begin drafting impeachment articles.
Democrats believe that Trump pressured Ukraine to open two investigations that would benefit him politically. Republicans say the process is unfair and claim a lack of direct evidence tying Trump to such allegations.Washington Times CNN (Online News) Reuters
Nov 19 2019
NSC Ukraine expert Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman and Jennifer Williams, a State Department employee detailed to Vice President Pence's office, testify today.
Both officials listened to President Trump's July 25th phone call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.Newsmax (News) Reuters Vox
Nov 01 2019
“Democrats swept a rules package for their impeachment probe of President Donald Trump through a divided House Thursday… By 232-196, lawmakers approved the procedures they’ll follow as weeks of closed-door interviews with witnesses evolve into public committee hearings and — almost certainly — votes on whether the House should recommend Trump’s removal. All voting Republicans opposed theThe Flip Side