Rep. Val Demings spoke about the possibility of impeachment and court packing as ways to prevent Trump from appointing a new Supreme Court justice.
Joe Biden's campaign dismissed the report as an attempt "to bail out Donald Trump's reelection campaign."
Representing New Jersey's second congressional district, Van Drew trails Democrat Amy Kennedy, according to a survey by Public Policy Polling.
The House Speaker didn't rule out a second impeachment against Trump, or new articles of impeachment against Attorney General Bill Barr, as she looks to "meet the needs of the American people."
Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a former National Security Council director and impeachment witness, warned that President Donald Trump's efforts to please Russian President Vladimir Putin are a direct threat to American democracy.
"Government by fear and intimidation must end," the Republican state legislator who launched the impeachment effort said in a news release.
It's been six months since President Trump's acquittal in the U.S. Senate.
Former White House official Norman Eisen says that Democrats calculated a wider set of accusations would not be supported by the whole party.
President Donald Trump once again singled out the few dissenting members of the Republican Party who criticized him publicly.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler said Attorney General William Barr "has shown us that there is one set of rules for the President's friends, and another set of rules for the rest of us."
House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler said Attorney General Bill Barr deserves impeachment, but such a move is futile due to the GOP Senate majority.
Democrats on Capitol Hill have a dilemma over Trump's former national security adviser.
Despite serious accusations from the former Trump national security adviser in a forthcoming memoir, Senate Republicans said they have no qualms about refusing to subpoena John Bolton during the president's impeachment trial.
"There's no one to root for in a Trump vs. Bolton fight. They're both megalomaniac sociopaths looking out for themselves," Meyers joked.
In Tuesday's lawsuit, the DOJ alleges that Bolton "breached his legal obligations" by submitting the manuscript to publishers without finishing the White House's standard prepublication review.
"Maybe [Bolton]'s not telling the truth," President Donald Trump told reporters on Monday. "He's been known not to tell the truth, a lot."
"This is the book Donald Trump doesn't want you to read," the former national security adviser's book publisher said.
An approval rating tracker found almost 55 percent of voters disapproved of the president's record in the Oval Office.
"The only real reason he was hired—everybody knows this and he even admitted it—was because his last name was Biden," Paul said.
Solicitor General Noel Francisco alleged that Congress had no need to see the documents since Trump had already been impeached and acquitted.
"I'm withdrawing from the race," Hyde said on Friday. But other state Republicans had publicly called on him to drop out long before.
Bolton's book release has been moved from May to June.
Tripp, who exposed the affair between Monica Lewinsky and President Bill Clinton, died at the age of 70.
The Senate majority leader's re-election campaign raised $7.45 million in the first three months of the year and has the "most-ever cash on hand for any campaign" in the state's history, with $14.85 million.
"He's decapitating the leadership of the intelligence community in the middle of a national crisis," Schiff argued. "It's unconscionable."
"It is vital that I have the fullest confidence in the appointees serving as Inspectors General," Trump wrote Friday. "That is no longer the case with regard to this Inspector General."
The president responded to Schumer's call for a military "czar" to coordinate supply distribution with an angry letter which contained numerous false claims.
"This is yet another attempt to impeach the president," Regan said.
Stefanik said she found the note after she had been grocery shopping.
"The Republicans stuck together, except Romney of course -- low life," he said. "Low life! Except Romney, they stuck together, and even him I got half a vote. I was thinking, because he did actually vote one part.," Trump said during his speech at CPAC.