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Jerrold Nadler

  1. impeachment
    What We Learned on Day Three of the Trump Impeachment TrialDemocrats’ Thursday plan focused on the law and the facts underlying the first article of impeachment concerning Trump’s alleged abuse of power.
  2. trump impeachment
    The Impeachment Process Explained: What Happens to Trump Now?Everything you need to know about the next steps in the Senate, and the consequences Trump might face.
  3. capitol report
    What It’s Like to Manage an Impeachment Trial in the U.S. Senate“This is on live TV with a billion people watching. If I say anything stupid my grandkids are going to be seeing it on the History Channel.”
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    Pelosi Appoints Impeachment Managers, to Be Led by Adam SchiffThe managers will trigger the Senate trial once they present articles of impeachment.
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    House to Trigger Senate Impeachment Trial in Wednesday VotePelosi says the House will vote Wednesday to name impeachment managers, which likely means Trump’s Senate trial will start next week.
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    Pelosi Prepares for Presentation of Impeachment Articles As Early As Next WeekLooks like a trial could begin as soon as the week of January 20, unless Pelosi has another trick up her sleeve.
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    How the House Vote on Impeachment Will WorkOnly a couple of partisan defections are expected during a long day of debate and two key votes, which begins at 9 a.m.
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    House Democrats Announce Two Articles of Impeachment Against TrumpTrump is charged with abuse of power and obstructing Congress.
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    Trump’s Attorney Won’t Say Whether He’ll Participate in Impeachment ‘Charade’We have to guess that means the White House won’t participate in the last stage of impeachment proceedings.
  10. trump impeachment
    Republicans Offer Feisty Trump Defense at House Judiciary Impeachment HearingUnlike Devin Nunes, Doug Collins doesn’t ask you to accept wild right-wing conspiracy theories. But he and his colleagues want to convey pure outrage.
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    It’s Decision Time on Trump’s Impeachment: Narrow or Broad?Getting impeachment done quickly could make a narrow range of articles necessary, though obstruction of Congress and of justice is on the table.
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    Washington’s Jam-packed December Will Cast a Long Shadow on 2020With impeachment proceedings, a big DoJ report on the Russia investigation, and a possible government shutdown in play, it could get crazy.
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    How Nadler’s Impeachment Hearings Will Differ From Schiff’sEach day of the upcoming House Judiciary hearings will be long and perhaps even more contentious than what we’ve already seen.
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    Judiciary Committee Schedules Its Own Impeachment HearingsWith the Intelligence Committee likely wrapping up hearings, it’s time for the House Judiciary Committee to look at formal articles of impeachment.
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    House Dems Want to Give America an Impeachment Christmas PresentBy eschewing litigation and hard-to-secure witnesses, Pelosi, Schiff, Nadler, and the rest are on a fast track to a pre-Christmas Trump impeachment.
  16. impeachment season
    Trump’s New Impeachable Offenses Threaten Pelosi’s Narrow Focus on UkraineHow do you decide how to impeach a president who won’t stop committing high crimes and misdemeanors? That’s a tough question for House Democrats.
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    Are We Already Near the Impeachment Endgame?It’s possible Trump’s obstruction will mean House Democrats have to cut to the chase instead of holding thorough impeachment hearings.
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    GOP Says House Must Vote to Launch Impeachment Inquiry. They’re Wrong.Republicans claim the inquiry isn’t legitimate, but according to the Constitution, impeachment proceedings are purely the prerogative of the House.
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    Nixon’s Defenders Claimed He Was a Victim of a ‘Coup.’ So Did Clinton’s.It’s time for a bipartisan agreement to stop demonizing the entirely constitutional procedure of impeachment, before things get out of control.
  20. trump impeachment
    Nancy Pelosi Announces Formal Trump Impeachment InquiryPelosi cited Trump’s refusal to disclose information supplied by a whistle-blower to accuse him of betraying his oath of office.
  21. trump impeachment
    Nancy Pelosi Announces Formal Trump Impeachment InquiryPelosi cited Trump’s refusal to disclose information supplied by a whistle-blower to accuse him of betraying his oath of office.
  22. impeachment
    No Constitutional Requirement for House Authorization of Impeachment InquiryRepublicans can whinge all they want, but Nadler is on solid ground in moving ahead without a full House vote.
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    Window For Impeachment of Trump May Be Closing SoonJerrold Nadler bought time by saying impeachment proceedings had already begun. But the votes aren’t there for articles of impeachment, at least now.
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    Nadler Says House Has Already Launched ‘Impeachment Proceedings’Through a maneuver designed to avoid the need for a vote to “launch” impeachment, Nadler and Pelosi have bought time for investigations.
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    House Democrats Can Impeach Trump Any Time They WantAn emerging argument is that any formal “initiation” of an impeachment “proceeding” or “inquiry” is unnecessary.
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    Almost Half of House Democrats Now Support ImpeachmentThe Mueller hearings seemed to have moved the needle within the Democratic caucus, but not anywhere else.
  27. mueller time
    If Impeachment Depended on Mueller, It’s Not HappeningSome Democrats already thought there was sufficient evidence to impeach Trump, but Mueller’s testimony did nothing to add momentum to the cause.
  28. mueller report
    Robert Mueller to Testify Before House Committees on July 17The House Judiciary and Intelligence committees issued subpoenas for the special counsel to testify publicly, despite his reluctance to do so.
  29. mueller time
    House Democrats Strike Deal With DOJ for Mueller Report DetailsIn return, the House will not vote on holding Barr in contempt. It’s a truce, not a treaty, in the war between Democrats and the Trump administration.
  30. impeachment
    Does Congress Need Impeachment Hearings to Investigate Trump?An argument for impeachment that’s gaining strength: It’s the only way to force the release of information central to congressional investigations.
  31. mueller time
    White House Bans Release of Mueller Documents; Barr to Be Held in ContemptThe ongoing fight between House Democrats and the administration over disclosure of Mueller documents escalates.
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    White House Blocks Release of McGahn Documents Sought by CongressAs prelude to a claim of executive privilege and then litigation, the White House has extended its stonewalling of Congress to McGahn’s testimony.
  33. politics
    Democrats Schedule Vote to Hold William Barr in ContemptThe AG refuses to give Congress the unredacted Mueller report.
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    Democratic Voter Support for Impeachment Cooling As Fight for It Heats UpDemocratic rank-and-file support for impeachment proceedings was higher last August than now, though that could change again.
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    Elizabeth Warren Comes Out for ImpeachmentWhere Warren leads, will other candidates follow — and will House Democrats be taken where they have so far refused to go?
  36. mueller time
    Mueller Report Subpoena Fight Is the First Skirmish in a Long War to ComeAmong other things, the House Democratic leadership needs to show an impeachment-hungry base it’s willing to fight.
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    Trump Deserves Impeachment. But Should the Democrats Do It?Yes, Mueller seems to have provided an “impeachment referral.” But it remains risky and perhaps unnecessary this close to the 2020 election.
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    The Impeachment Option Grows DimThings could change if the administration refuses to release the full Mueller report. But in likelihood, the fight to remove Trump will move to 2020.
  39. investigations
    House Judiciary Begins Probe of Trump’s Alleged Corruption and ObstructionThe panel has requested documents from 81 people and entities tied to Trump.
  40. Losing Congressional Candidate Quotes Hamilton, Not Hamilton“As Alexander Hamilton says, ‘This is not a moment, this is the movement.’”
  41. occupy wall street
    Bloomberg Still Testy About Occupy Wall StreetThe mayor is publicly battling with a New York congressman.
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    Democrat Congressman Calls for OWS InvestigationCongressman Nadler was “especially troubled” by the NYPD’s alleged mistreatment of journalists.
  43. 9 11
    Anthony Weiner Wants to Give Bin Laden Bounty to 9/11 SurvivorsIt’s an idea.
  44. paladinosaur
    Carl Paladino Calls Congressman ‘Ass Kisser’At least he’d liven up the governor’s race.