Some Democrats are considering invoking Section 3 of the 14th Amendment following the attack against the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
The House Judiciary Committee announced Friday that lawyer Barry Berke will be serving as a Chief Impeachment Counsel during President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial, about a year after he was on the House Democrats' legal team during the first Trump impeachment trial.
Howard Falcon, chief assistant county attorney, told Newsweek that "there is no basis" for the county to end its lease with Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach.
"I'm hoping he will have been stripped of the perks of a former president by being convicted by the U.S. Senate and barred from further participation in public office," Comey said.
Whether the outgoing president will be convicted for "incitement of insurrection" is truly an unknown, as Trump's former firewall of GOP support on Capitol Hill has diminished significantly since helping to incite the January 6 riot.
Fifty-six percent of U.S. adults think Trump should be removed from office and disqualified from running for a federal post again in the future.
Democrat faces focus being drawn elsewhere as he looks to set the nation on a course of his choosing.
The House GOP conference chair has faced calls to resign from that position by some colleagues who objected to her stance.
Just 10 Republican members of the House supported impeaching Donald Trump following the Capitol riot.
Cawthorn told Newsweek the future of the Republican Party is "more conservative" than Crenshaw, but "less bombastic" than Gaetz.
"Shame, shame on the ten Republicans who joined with @SpeakerPelosi & the House Democrats in impeaching President Trump yesterday," evangelist Franklin Graham tweeted on Thursday.
Rep. Tom Rice (R-S.C.) reportedly said that the decision vote in favor of President Donald Trump's second impeachment after years as a staunch Trump supporter "hurts my heart."
However, she stopped short of revealing whether she will vote to convict the president for "incitement of insurrection."
Michigan Congressman Peter Meijer was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump on Wednesday.
"They're at home. They could have a trial on Friday," the Democratic congressman said, referring to the Senate.
Legal scholars are divided on whether it would be possible for the president to pardon himself, and the case becomes even weaker after impeachment.
"I would like to announce on behalf of the American people, we have to make sure that our leaders are held accountable," Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said on Wednesday. "So on January 21, I will be filing articles of impeachment on Joe Biden."
Le Monde, El Pais and The Times of London were among major publications featuring Trump's impeachment on their front pages.
Some Republicans have called for leadership change after their House Conference chair backed impeachment.
"If you think that's leadership, then I would encourage you to rethink what it means to be a representative," the Republican congressman said about proxy voting in a floor speech last year.
The CNN anchor said the call by GOP lawmakers during the impeachment about uniting the U.S. "rings hollow" after the protests.
As we watch this process play itself out, more and more evidence mounts suggesting that our political leaders either do not care about healing our divisions.
Kinzinger was one of 10 Republican members of the House who voted in favor of impeaching Donald Trump on Wednesday.
The House Speaker wore the same black dress for the president's first impeachment, leading some on social media to say she "should donate that outfit to the Smithsonian."
James Comey, the former FBI director fired by President Donald Trump in 2017, said the U.S. needs to "focus on things that are going to matter."
"Time for President-elect Biden to reject post presidential impeachment because of the destructive force it would have on the presidency and nation," Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Wednesday after the House voted to impeach President Donald Trump for a second time.
"It's so funny because, you know, I would've thought that I'd care more about this," Sean Hannity said about the second impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Rep. Tom Rice (R-S.C.) indicated that he opposed the second impeachment of President Donald Trump on Monday. But he voted to impeach the president two days later, citing his "utter failure" as "inexcusable."
The varying rationales from many of the president's allies illustrated the lack of coordinated strategy to rebut the assertion that he fueled the insurrection against the Capitol.
Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said, "We cannot have a President of the United States that is willing to abuse the power of the presidency and be easily bought off by foreign governments, Chinese energy companies, Ukrainian energy companies."