Category Archives: Impeachment

How Mitch McConnell Became Trump’s Enabler-in-Chief

Jane Meyer of The New Yorker – The Senate Majority Leader’s refusal to rein in the President is looking riskier than ever. McConnell, who’s far less popular than Trump in Kentucky, rose in state polls after defending Trump at the … Continue reading

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Watching the Probable Demise of Trump in Real Time

Jonathan Chait in Political Wire – President Trump’s political career has consisted of a series of self-generated crises that he has improbably survived, from insinuating that John McCain was a coward for having been captured during the war that Trump … Continue reading

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Pelosi defends decision to rip Trump’s State of the Union address

Veronica Stracqualursi of CNN – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi defended her decision to rip up President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address with a dramatic move that was criticized by Republicans as being disrespectful and a “breach of decorum.” … Continue reading

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Here’s what we’ve learned from Trump’s impeachment trial

Zachary B. Wolf of CNN – – Trump has changed the balance of power in the United States. – There are new rules for US politics. – Donald Trump will stop at nothing. Continue…

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By a Narrow Margin, Americans Say Senate Trial Should Result in Trump’s Removal

Majority says Trump has definitely or probably done things that are illegal from the Pew Research Center – Slightly more Americans say that Donald Trump should be removed from office than say he should stay in office, with these views … Continue reading

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