When in London? Insult France and Canada. Trump kicked off the NATO summit in style… if you consider several tense meetings with world leaders "style." The House Intel Committee released a bombshell impeachment report today — and Devin Nunes has some explaining to do. Plus, Kamala Harris drops out of the race.
Sharpen your colored pencils, folks — the House is drawing up official articles of impeachment and McConnell is at the ready. Biden capitalizes on Trump's NATO summit embarrassment. The SNAP food stamp program is under attack, just in time for Christmas. Plus, remind us to never incite the wrath of Pelosi.
The DOJ Inspector General report didn't exactly go as Trump had planned. What the president thought would be "worse than Watergate" turned out to be a whole lotta nothing. See if Bill Barr can turn lemons into full-blown conspiracies in this week's Animocracy.
Watch Speaker Pelosi's nuanced but steady evolution on impeaching the president.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announces her instructions to the House Judiciary Committee to draft articles of impeachment against President Trump
Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) speaks out on a "diverse coalition" and Kamala Harris's decision to withdraw from the 2020 race at a speech in Des Moines, IA
President Trump scolds NATO allies during a White House luncheon with the permanent representatives of the UN Security Council.
Judiciary Impeachment Hearing \ Trump vs. NATO Allies \ Nunes Calls Raise Question \ The Collins DefenseThe Daily Recount
We'll spare you another impeachment joke. Today, we entered a new stage of hearings. Some parts were rough, others were raucous. Carrying on...Trump doesn't like to be laughed at. And Devin Nunes definitely ain't laughing after House Intel dropped phone records yesterday.
Forty-one years ago, there was a double murder in San Francisco City Hall. The tragedy opened a new chapter in California politics — one led by a woman whose name we all know now: Dianne Feinstein.
Harvard Law Professor Noah Feldman tells the House Judiciary Committee that Trump is guilty of "impeachable high crimes and misdemeanors" at today's hearing
GWU Law School Professor Jonathan Turley warns that impeaching President Trump can create a "dangerous precedent" before the House Judiciary Committee
President Trump slams the impeachment proceedings during a bilateral meeting with Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte at the NATO summit in London
House Intel Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA) reminds Republicans of their "responsibility to the Constitution" and says he won't just "get over" White House corruption
President Trump attacks Chairman Schiff, Speaker Pelosi, and the impeachment inquiry during a bilateral meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Former Housing & Urban Development Secretary and current presidential candidate Julián Castro speaks at a Black Lives Matter protest outside LAPD headquarters.
Impeachment II: Judiciary \ Trump Goes to NATO Summit \ SCOTUS Considers Gun Rights \ Facebook Li(v)eThe Daily Recount
If you're tired of impeachment, it's time to snap out of it — House Intel is looking for a smooth handoff to the House Judiciary Committee this week. Plus, it's the 70th anniversary of the NATO alliance, though there's not much to celebrate. And, SCOTUS takes on a massive gun rights case with a weird twist.
Trump again calls impeachment "a hoax" and discusses negotiations with China as he departs the White House to attend the NATO summit in London
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg discusses how he'll tackle gun violence as he continues his campaign in Allendale, South Carolina
Turns out Trump may not have been truthful about the timeline of this whole Ukraine scandal. Can you imagine that? Plus, we're breaking down those new Dem polls and what you should expect when the House Judiciary Committee takes over the impeachment probe next week.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) outlines her plans to increase teachers' pay and improve public education while campaigning in Iowa
Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) tells a roundtable in Des Moines, IA, that he wants his presidency to be about "restoring bonds between people"
We learned a lot today: Presidents are not kings (in case someone forgot), the House Judiciary Committee will begin its impeachment investigation, and federal prosecutors are narrowing in on Rudy Giuliani from all sides. Plus, to forgive or not to forgive? When it comes to student loan debt, that is the question.
President Trump makes impeachment jokes as he pardons turkeys Bread and Butter in an annual pre-Thanksgiving tradition
Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-IN) discusses his Long-Term Care and Retirement plan at a town hall in Iowa as he encourages supporters to caucus for him
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says it's "not only a right, but a duty" for the U.S. to investigate any election interference
Trump Forces Out Navy Sec \ New Impeachment Evidence \ Bloomberg's Campaign Debut \ Breaking: McGahn Must TestifyThe Daily Recount
Resigned or removed? That's the question we're all asking after a key Navy official released a letter saying he no longer aligned with Trump's principles. The public testimony chapter is sealed, but the impeachment investigation is far from over because lordy...there seems to be tapes. Plus, a political ad-buy topping $37 million and a decision for Don McGahn.