NINE witnesses are testifying publicly this week. Yes, you read that right: N-I-N-E, including three White House staffers who were on that July 25th call with Ukraine. It might be time for Trump to cut back on his McDonald's visits after a last-minute, non-routine doctor's visit this weekend. Plus, Obama sends a pointed warning to 2020 Dems about being #TooFarLeft.
Let's talk about Louisiana. The Deep South's only Dem governor was re-elected this weekend, dealing another blow to President Trump in a gubernatorial race (remember last week's Kentucky results?) We're breaking down the larger implications of these recent Dem wins.
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) discusses affordable housing and tenants' rights bills at the Black Community Summit in Las Vegas
Rep. Jim Costa (D-CA) urges Congress to urgently enact gun control legislation after a mass shooting in his district of Fresno, CA
In reversal of Obama policy, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the Trump administration does not consider Israeli settlements against international law
Rep. Mike Turner (R-OH) clashes with House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) during the testimony of Former US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch
Former U.S. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch discusses the forces behind her dismissal from Ukraine at today's impeachment hearing
President Trump criticizes the media (again) over its Ukraine coverage during remarks on health care transparency
Unpacking Impeachment \ GOP Senate Strategy \ 2020 Dem Field Expands \ Promises Made, Promises UnkeptThe Daily Recount
Well, there's no going back now: Capitol Hill is still buzzing from yesterday's impeachment hearing — and gearing up to do it all again tomorrow. Senate Republicans are plotting their revenge if the House votes to impeach Trump, placing 2020 Dems at the center of the crossfire. Plus, a new player hops in the race while 10 others prepare for next week's debate.
Long-time GOP strategist Tom Rath hits on Republican angst and what it would take for Trump to be removed.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) discusses Wednesday's public impeachment hearing at her weekly press conference, says Trump committed bribery
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) unveil their Green New Deal for Public Housing at a rally in Washington, D.C.
Governor Matt Bevin (R-KY) finally concedes to Attorney General Andy Beshear after a tight race in Kentucky
|We'd like to officially welcome you to the public phase of the impeachment investigation. And oh baby, what a wild ride it will be. Today we heard from Acting Ukraine Ambassador Bill Taylor and State Department official George Kent. We're recapping their testimonies, the GOP's counterattack and the media's breakdown of how it all played out — all in less than five minutes.|
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) encourages the Supreme Court to do the right thing on DACA and discusses a potential remedy for Dreamers
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) discusses Russian interference in U.S. elections and says America needs a "fighter" to take on Trump at a town hall in Greer, SC