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Impeachment

  1. impeachment
    Will Republicans Try to Impeach Biden Over Afghanistan?Kevin McCarthy would like to keep his powder dry, but the MAGA folk are restless.
  2. albany
    Assembly Drops Cuomo Impeachment InvestigationLindsey Boylan, a former aide who accused the governor of harassment, called the Assembly’s move “an unjust cop-out.”
  3. explainer
    What to Know About the Cuomo Investigations and Possible ImpeachmentThe governor is still the subject of multiple state and federal investigations. Here’s where the probes stand, and how impeachment could play out.
  4. politics
    Pelosi and McCarthy Joust Over GOP Participation in January 6 PanelMcCarthy picked two MAGA hard-liners for the committee. Pelosi vetoed them, so all the GOP nominees quit. And now we have another stalemate.
  5. congress
    Bill Aims to Keep Trump From Becoming House SpeakerDemocrats could bar Trump and other nonmembers from serving as Speaker, but they may not want to draw attention to the zany proposal.
  6. conservatism
    It’s Tough to Prove You’re a ‘True Conservative’ in the Trump EraMany of the old principles of hard-core conservatism are still obligatory for Republicans. And now they have to demonstrate loyalty to Trump, too.
  7. the national interest
    Anti-Tax Lobby Seeks to Purge Democracy Supporters From the Republican PartyWhy is the Club for Growth going after Liz Cheney?
  8. politics
    Will Public Support Save Andrew Cuomo?He’s fairly popular now, but the record shows men like him don’t easily recover.
  9. cpac
    Trump’s Future Agenda: Suppress the Vote and Purge the RINOsHis speech at CPAC didn’t promise a candidacy in 2024, but did suggest he’d fight anyone he does not endorse.
  10. republicans
    Republican Impeachment Supporters Catch Hell Back HomeGoing against Donald Trump remains a deeply risky maneuver.
  11. donald trump
    Trump’s Popularity Among Republicans Is on the RiseSeven Senate Republicans voted to convict Trump, and others criticized him over the Capitol riot. But at the grass roots, it’s another story.
  12. politics
    How to Coup-Proof AmericaImpeachment is over, but the threat to democracy isn’t.
  13. impeachment trial
    Senate Republicans Split on Trump’s Culpability for Capitol RiotMitch McConnell wasn’t the only senator who combined a vote to acquit Trump with criticism of his conduct. But most won’t have trouble crawling back.
  14. impeachment
    Trump Acquitted in Impeachment Trial, 57-43: Live UpdatesThough seven Republican senators voted to convict, it wasn’t enough.
  15. impeachment trial
    Senate Acquits Trump; 7 Republicans Joined All 50 Democrats in ‘Guilty’ VoteMitch McConnell spoke after the verdict to denounce Trump’s conduct while insisting his trial was unconstitutional.
  16. impeachment trial
    Democrats Walk Back Witness Demand, Senate Moves Toward Acquittal of TrumpApparently Democrats decided ending the trial today had more value than a big fight over witnesses.
  17. politics
    In Dramatic Twist, Senate Will Hear Witnesses Against TrumpRepublicans joined Democrats to learn more about a damning phone call during the riot that quoted Trump supporting the insurrectionists.
  18. the national interest
    New Evidence Shows Trump Used Riot to Pressure Congress to Steal ElectionTrump may not have planned the attack, but now we know he exploited it.
  19. impeachment
    Impeachment? Biden Has More Important Things to Do.The president wants you to know that he’s too busy fixing the country to pay close attention.
  20. impeachment trial
    What Trump’s Lawyers Mean by ‘Constitutional Cancel Culture’Unbelievably, the supreme bully Trump is being depicted as a victim of Congress in a trial over his incitement of an attack on Congress.
  21. the national interest
    Trump’s Defense: What About Democratic Violence? (Answer: There Wasn’t Any.)His impeachment lawyers focus on whataboutism.
  22. impeachment
    The Timeline for Trump’s Second Impeachment TrialThe schedule and structure have been set, and the whole thing could be over in less than a week.
  23. impeachment
    Trump’s Defense for Inciting the Mob: Everybody’s Fighting!A video of Democrats saying the words fight or fighting was put together by his lawyers, likely for Trump’s entertainment.
  24. impeachment trial
    Impeachment Is Literally Congressional Self-Defense in Trump’s CaseIt’s the only way Congress can defend itself against executive abuses of power — this time, it’s was physical.
  25. impeachment trial
    Trump’s Conduct on January 6 Was Not Just Wrong: It Was StupidTrump went nuclear at precisely the moment when it no longer made any sense.
  26. impeachment trial
    McConnell Isn’t Plotting to Save Republicans From TrumpThough the strange Beltway fantasy won’t die, there’s still no evidence that Mitch McConnell is planning a vote to convict the former president.
  27. impeachment
    Trump Also Thought His Lawyer’s Performance Was TerribleA roundup of his reactions to a memorably bad impeachment opening statement.
  28. impeachment
    What Can We Expect on Day Two of Trump’s Second Impeachment Trial?The Democratic strategy is expected to hold steady, while some of the attention turns to the GOP’s 2024 contenders.
  29. the national interest
    Trump’s Lawyer Rambles Through Hilariously Incoherent Impeachment DefenseBruce Castor was sick the day they taught law in law school.
  30. trump impeachment trial
    Watch: Capitol Riot Video Played in Trump’s Impeachment Trial“If that’s not an impeachable offense, then there is no such thing,” Representative Jamie Raskin said after it finished playing.
  31. the national interest
    Republicans: Trump Can’t Be Impeached Because He Can’t Be ImpeachedWe won’t vote to convict Trump because he’s going to be acquitted.
  32. the national interest
    Would Trump Have Won if Not for Impeachment? A Pro-Trump Journalist Thinks So.A conservative makes the case that impeachment didn’t backfire.
  33. politics
    Eric Swalwell on Impeachment, the Capitol Riot, and That Chinese SpyThe former prosecutor tries his biggest case yet.
  34. politics
    What It’s Like to Impeach TrumpVeterans of the first trial say the second might be easier in one regard: The jurors were witnesses.
  35. politics
    Trump Previews Impeachment Defense: It Wasn’t Incitement, It Was Free SpeechHouse Democrats begin to lay out the case of the “grievous betrayal” of his oath of office.
  36. impeachment
    Trump Names New Impeachment Legal Team, After Old One WalkedOne of the attorneys is best known for declining to prosecute Bill Cosby. The other represented Roger Stone and planned to represent Jeffrey Epstein.
  37. politics
    Why Big Mo Matters to BidenPast presidents — including Barack Obama — who got off to a slow or clumsy start often paid dearly for it. Biden wants to avoid that fate.
  38. impeachment trial
    Centrists Air Censure Option As Trump Conviction Hopes FadeIt could be an alternative to or fallback after a trial. But it would force Republicans to defend or condemn Trump’s conduct.
  39. extremism
    Marjorie Taylor Greene Is Trying to Impeach the Biden FamilyNobody drives the crazy train like Greene, who may represent where the MAGA movement is going.
  40. the national interest
    McConnell: It Was Too Soon to Impeach Trump, Now It’s Too LateAnd there was a perfect moment, but they were on vacation.
  41. impeachment trial
    A McConnell-Backed Trump Conviction Is Just FantasyConviction in Trump’s impeachment trial was always a long shot. Now momentum is waning, as GOP senators aren’t onboard and McConnell won’t herd them.
  42. politics
    Trump Leaves the White House Like a Failed Coup LeaderEven his former supporters won’t see him off.
  43. impeachment trial
    Trump’s Second Impeachment Trial Will Be a Democratic ProductionThe question of whether a former president can be tried and then banned from future office will hang over Trump’s second trial from the get-go.
  44. capitol riot
    Multiple Extremist Group Members Arrested: Live UpdatesThe FBI is continuing to round up rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol. Meanwhile, Sunday’s state capitol protests were a non-event.
  45. end-times
    Trump Is on the Verge of Losing EverythingA broken president leaves the White House twice impeached, on the brink of bankruptcy, and criminally exposed.
  46. impeachment
    Who Will Be in Charge of Trump’s Impeachment Trial?Why it may not be Chief Justice John Roberts this time around.
  47. impeachment
    Trump Faces Senate Trial After Second ImpeachmentThe House impeached Trump for inciting insurrection, with the support of 10 Republicans. The trial will take place during Biden’s administration.
  48. impeachment
    Are There Enough Senate Republican Votes to Convict Trump?With the MAGA base still strong and plenty of excuses for Republicans to say no, conviction faces steep odds.
  49. street view
    Can an Armored Capitol Still Be the People’s House?The protesters shouted “This is our house!” as they sacked it.
  50. impeachment
    Trump Becomes First President to Be Impeached TwiceTen Republicans joined every House Democrat in voting to impeach. Trump’s Senate trial may start just as Biden takes office.
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