Senate impeachment trial
South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott tap danced for and shined the shoes of Donald Trump one last time by voting "not guilty" in the former president's impeachment trial.
House Impachment Manager and Virgin Islands Rep. Stacey Plaskett called out Donald Trump's impeachment lawyers for "playing clip after clip of Black women talking about fighting for a cause or an issue or a policy."
The pressure is on Donald Trump’s lawyers criticized for their ineptitude as well as Senate Republicans after House Democrats rested their case on the third day of the former president’s second impeachment trial.
Reps. Stacey Plaskett and Joe Neguse emerged from day two of the Senate's impeachment trial as prominent voices in the argument to bar Trump's ability to run for office in perpetuity.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries called out Senate Republicans ahead of their expected impeachment acquittal of Donald Trump in what he said would set a dangerous precedent for lame-duck presidents moving forward.
Donald Trump's legal team defending him in his Senate impeachment trial includes the former prosecutor who granted Bill Cosby immunity for the testimony that ultimately led to the disgraced comedian's conviction for sexual assault.
Donald Trump may be gone from Washington, but Rep. Maxine Waters refuses to forget the damage he did to democracy and American society at large.
A bipartisan coalition in the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday voted to impeach President Donald Trump for a single charge of incitement of insurrection stemming from the deadly violence by a mob of his supporters at the U.S. Capitol
South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott -- the only Black Republican Senator -- proudly announced he wouldn’t be voting to convict Trump when the president's second Senate impeachment trial takes place.
Senate Chaplain Barry Black seemed to throw a good amount of shade at the entire Senate during his invocation to open the debate over whether witnesses should be allowed to testify in the impeachment trial.
Kamala Harris says her focus is on the impeachment, opposed to endorsing a Democratic Presidential candidate.
No matter which side of Trump's impeachment you're on, don't get your hopes up as there is no guarantee that the type of justice you're expecting to see will happen during his Senate trial.
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