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An amendment to subpoena the White House failed. Debate over whether to allow State Dept. records is happening now.
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
Historic trial begins as parties clash ...Read More
 
Read: Schumer introduces amendment to subpoena State Department records
1/21/2020 4:00 PM
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer"s second amendment to the organizing resolution outlining the rules of the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump was focused on subpoenaing the State Department for documents (the first amendment involved documents from the White House). Read More
 
Roll the tape: Schiff uses Trump"s words against him at impeachment trial
1/21/2020 1:46 PM
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) argues that President Trump is not allowing any witness testimony in his impeachment trial despite saying he would allow it in the past. ...Read More
 
The trial: Senate trial kicks off with heated fight over rules
1/21/2020 3:49 PM
President Donald Trump"s impeachment trial begins in earnest Tuesday with a heated debate over the rules, which Democrats charge are an attempt by Senate Republicans to zoom through the process while covering up evidence and ignoring witnesses. Read More
 
A guide: Stage is set for Trump"s trial. Here"s a look at each step
1/21/2020 8:55 AM
The Senate will consider, and vote on, the rules of the road for the opening stages of President Donald Trump"s impeachment trial. ...Read More
 
Catch up: What happened in the Senate impeachment trial so far today
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Watergate icon breaks down trial
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
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Analysis: McConnell"s big trial problem
1/21/2020 11:41 AM
• What would America"s Founding Fathers have said about Trump"s impeachment trial? ...Read More
 
Toobin: Senate moves are a "disgrace"
1/21/2020 12:47 PM
CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin he thinks says the Senate is staging a sham of an impeachment trial in order to protect President Trump. ...Read More
 
Opinion: Is it too late to impeach George III?
1/21/2020 1:20 PM
Before there was Donald Trump, there were Bill Clinton, Richard Nixon and Andrew Johnson, all presidents who were impeached or, in Nixon"s case, resigned before the impeachment vote could occur. There are compelling legal reasons to regard this list as complete. Let me suggest there are also compelling historical reasons to add George III to the li...Read More



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