Category Archives: Impeachment

In American Politics, Everyone’s A Cynic

Maggie Koerth of FiveThirtyEight – Everybody is cynical and few people are changing their minds. That’s the takeaway from the House’s impeachment hearings. (Well, that and Steve Castor’s unconventional taste in briefcases.) It’s the sort of national attitude that you might suspect … Continue reading

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Is This the Proof that Trump’s “No Quid Pro Quo” Call Never Happened?

Susan Simpson in Just Security – At the heart of the impeachment inquiry, members of Congress may have been mistakenly led to believe that there were two phone calls between President Donald Trump and Ambassador Gordon Sondland in early September—with … Continue reading

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‘Even President Richard Nixon…’: 10 important lines from Democrats’ impeachment report

The Democratic-led House Intelligence Committee released its report Tuesday summarizing the evidence it has collected in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. Here are the 10 most important lines from the report: Continue…

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Read the Full Report: Democrats’ Trump-Ukraine Impeachment Report

From CNN – House Intelligence Committee Democrats released their report today detailing the allegations against President Donald Trump involving Ukraine. Read the full 300 page report here.

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The 7 Ways Impeachment Could Shape The 2020 Election

Clare Malone of FiveThirtyEight – It’s November. The 2020 election is a year away, and the Congressional Democrats are taking the impeachment inquiry into its next, very public phase. Given that there are three months until the Iowa caucuses and … Continue reading

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