On MSNBC's Morning Joe Friday, host Willie Geist asked Democrat Senator Chris Murphy if he had heard of a Republican in the Senate who's considering voting for the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Sen. Murphy confirmed that "yes" there's a...
Roughly 266,000 jobs were added to the U.S. labor force in the month of November, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday. The strong growth in the U.S. labor force also led to a 3.5 percent drop in the...
After House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the House will proceed with articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump during a press conference Thursday, Sinclair reporter James Rosen asked her a simple question "Do you hate the President?" "I don't hate...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwmQcs5PPAw House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called on the House of Representatives to proceed with articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump during a press conference Thursday.  Citing the founding fathers, Pelosi said President Trump's actions are what the constitution's framers...
Republican lawmakers appeared exhausted by yet another hearing on impeachment Wednesday hearing testimony from a panel of constitutional lawyers. The President echoed their sentiments Thursday on Twitter saying if Democrats want to impeach him they should "do it now"...
George Nader, who was charged in another case earlier this year with child trafficking and transporting child pornography, was one of seven people named in an indictment unsealed in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday night involving the campaign payments. Nader, 60,...
First Lady Melania Trump defended her son Barron Wednesday on Twitter, telling anti-Trump Stanford Law School Professor Pamela Karlan that children should never be dragged into politics. Karlan is a liberal Democrat with a disdain for President Trump. She invoked...
https://twitter.com/RepAndyBiggsAZ/status/1202347761833787392 House Freedom Caucus Chairman Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Arizona, told his colleagues on the House Judiciary Committee that the impeachment hearing didn't have three fact witnesses but instead professors with "preconceived biases" against President Donald Trump. "One of my colleagues wondered...
  https://youtu.be/UbVz_-ib0Jk   Rep. Matt Gaetz took on Stanford Law School Professor Pamela Karlan at Wednesday's House Judiciary impeachment hearing. He grilled her on the thousands of dollars she's given in donations to Democratic candidates, her participation in an anti-President Donald Trump...
Jonathan Turley, a Constitutional Law Professor at George Washington University, testified before the House Judiciary committee Wednesday as the Republican witness clarifying that he's not a Trump supporter and that he didn't even vote for him, but that this...
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