The article of impeachment accuses Trump of "incitement of insurrection" for the riots at the Capitol building on January 6, and according to a recent report from The New York Times, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell may be leaning toward voting in favor of impeachment.
The Democrat from New Jersey said in a Facebook live that congressional colleagues "abetted" the president's attempt to overturn the results of the election.
The president's adversaries continue to push his impeachment as part of a sustained backlash against him following the events of January 6.
Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff called for a quick impeachment of the president, following the riot at the Capitol on Wednesday.
The Senate wouldn't even begin its impeachment proceedings until Biden was officially made president, making Trump's removal from office via that route impossible.
Earlier, the Senate majority leader delivered remarks opposing his GOP colleagues' electoral vote challenge.
Republicans used the CRA to repeal 14 Obama administration rules including those designed to strengthen workplace safety, wage, environmental and consumer protection. Democrats can invoke the same law to undo Trump rules.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell criticized the Republicans trying to overturn the election results, saying it would send the U.S. democracy into a "death spiral."
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell directly rebuked the attempt by some Republicans to overturn the election of President-elect Joe Biden and give President Donald Trump a second term on Wednesday, comparing the effort to Democrats doubting the outcome of previous presidential elections they lost.
Expansive COVID relief, $15 federal minimum wage and renewable energy infrastructure package among calls made by progressive Democrats in response to victory in Georgia senatorial runoffs
Democrats have taken to social media to brag about the possibility of taking the Senate, meaning that the Kentucky senator may
After Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell killed the chances of a $2,000 stimulus check passing in the Senate, a third payment now appears to hang on Democrats winning the Georgia runoffs.
Biden is looking at a judiciary that will take seriously the separation of powers and will not let itself become a policy-making body.
McConnell isn't the only legislator to have his home targeted. On Friday, police responded to a report on Nancy Pelosi's home being vandalized.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called $2,000 direct payments "socialism for rich people" and a "universal cash giveaway."
"A huge chunk would essentially be socialism for rich people," Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said.
The president went after Republican Senator John Thune on Twitter.
With a standalone bill that would allow $2,000 stimulus checks apparently dead in the Senate, could President Donald Trump sign an executive order that would allow the higher direct payments to reach Americans?
The Vermont senator has attacked his colleague over stimulus "hypocrisy" and Kentucky's poor counties.
The national debt has doubled thanks in no small part to efforts to alleviate the impact of the economic lockdown used to prevent the disease from spreading.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell again rejected a plan backed by Democrats and President Donald Trump to bump up the latest round of stimulus checks for Americans to $2,000 on Thursday, as the Senate works through the new year.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked a vote on a standalone bill for the increased payments on December 30, and now it seems he also might have prevented the extension of mandatory paid sick leave.
Nearly 30 Republican legislators asked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to challenge the results of the election during Congress' certification session next week.
Is McConnell's legacy more transformative than Trump's? The Senate Majority Leader took Trump under his wing, got his judges appointed and tax cuts passed, but clashed with him in the president's final days.
The vice president-elect has long advocated for increasing direct payments for Americans who are hurting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It took Congress less than a month to pass legislation giving a $700 billion bailout to bank executives during the financial crisis. Lawmakers have spent eight months mulling the far less expensive stimulus bill.
The president has advocated for the $2,000 boost, but this has been tied to his other demands. Democrats have called for a vote solely on the checks.
The Senate majority leader has dashed hopes of the boost to stimulus payments being signed off swiftly, with Democrat lawmakers continuing to push for a vote on the matter.
The Vermont senator called for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to allow a vote on giving Americans $2,000.
The Vermont lawmaker appealed to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to allow a vote on giving $2,000 direct payments.