Steven G. Calabresi wants Congress to take action after his alarming assertion.
The House Impeachment Managers expressed their concerns that Trump's acquittal by the Senate will only promote future indiscretions.
The congresswoman, who chairs the Financial Services Committee, spoke to ESSENCE about how "we can get rid of this president."
The question on everyone's mind is if President Donald Trump will rail against the impeachment proceedings against him during his address.
Text from John Bolton's forthcoming book is making senate Republicans like Mitt Romney change their mind about calling witnesses.
The 2020 presidential candidate pointed out that "people are starting to ask, why now did he do this?" noting the potential start of an impeachment trial this week.
Ever in the festive spirit, Donald Trump took to Twitter on Christmas night, bemoaning what he calls the "Scam Impeachment."
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) expressed her concerns, noting that there should be distance between the White House and the Senate during the process.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate expressed confusion as to why Trump is blocking witnesses, despite his claim of innocence.
While speaking at an event in Florida, President Donald Trump praised the Democratic presidential candidate for passing on the historic vote.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, who has drawn scrutiny for cozying up with the right, declined to give a definitive vote on Trump's impeachment.
After 14 hours of debate surrounding the articles of impeachment against the president, and potential amendments to them, Judiciary Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler called a recess.
After months of investigation into Trump's dealings with Ukraine, House Democrats unveiled articles of impeachment charging abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
House Democrats are considering articles of impeachment against the president, indicating that a vote could occur before year-end.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) expressed his concern that the president may cause another shutdown to divert from impeachment.
A newly released Washington Post-Schar School poll suggests that an impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump goes beyond party lines.
House Democrats are considering having the whistleblower testify at a different location, and hiding the person's voice and appearance.
In a Sunday interview, Senate Judiciary Chair Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said it was "imperative that the whistleblower be interviewed in public, under oath and cross-examined."