House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has it exactly backward. President Donald Trump will be exonerated, and she and the Democrats will be condemned by history.
Reince Priebus accused MSNBC host Rachel Maddow of being involved in a conspiracy, after she interviewed Lev Parnas on Thursday.
A new book claiming to have the "definitive insider narrative" on President Donald Trump's time in office claimed an early interaction between Bannon, Pelosi and Trump left quite an impression on the then-White House chief strategist.
Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo tweeted with a picture: "These are the pens Nancy Pelosi used to sign the articles & she gave them out to colleagues."
Appointing a diverse group of lawmakers to represent their case to the Senate was Pelosi's final act, the last bit of power she wields to convince the Senate that the president has committed impeachable offenses.
"But when he acted the way he did—in relationship to withholding funds from Ukraine, in return for a benefit to him that was personal and political—he crossed a threshold," Pelosi said on Wednesday.
Pelosi's announcement of the managers comes nearly a month after the chamber voted to impeach Trump on two charges: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
President criticized for retweeting image of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in religious attire in front of Iranian flag.
"It is unconscionable that an American president would mock Islam and Muslims in such a derogatory manner," a spokesperson for the Council on American-Islamic Relations told Newsweek.
Twitter users accused Pelosi of defending the regime in Tehran, though she condemned its shooting down of a passenger airliner last week and its regional strategy.
Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw also asked why House Democrats did not subpoena President Donald Trump's former national security adviser during the impeachment inquiry.
She said the House could file new articles of impeachment against the president, but expressed confidence in the case she plans to send over to the Senate this week.
The GOP senator said Nancy Pelosi "gave in" to Mitch McConnell, and that the "dangerous" Senate impeachment trial will end in days, not weeks.
Chip Roy instructed House Speaker Pelosi how to walk from the House of Representatives to the Senate in a video expressing GOP frustration at her weeks-long decision to hold onto the articles of impeachment.
Speaking with Fox News host Laura Ingraham Friday, President Donald Trump said his poll "numbers are the highest they've ever been" thanks to the "impeachment hoax."
The transfer of the articles will mark a major political win for the Senate majority leader, who was successful in corralling enough support for trial rules that will largely mirror those in Bill Clinton's impeachment trial.
"When they started something like this and Iran responded proportionately, that phase was over. So, if the U.S. is going to start again, definitely we'll have to respond," Iranian Ambassador to the United Nations Majid Takht-Ravanchi told CNN.
The House speaker's continued refusal to name impeachment managers and transfer the articles to the upper chamber for a trial is despite a growing number of Democrats stating it is time to do so.
Former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders criticized the House's vote on a war powers resolution Thursday.
"Hats off to Mitch McConnell for playing this very well. We'll take the trial up next week," Graham said.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer signaled that Democrats are ready to proceed with a looming impeachment trial and force Republicans at a later date to consider subpoenaing witnesses.
Speaking to Fox News host Sean Hannity, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley said it is "time for the Senate to fight back" against the House delay on sending up articles of impeachment for a trial.
Andrew Napolitano cited "new emails of people getting instructions directly from the president to hold up on the sending of the [military] funds [to Ukraine]."
The legislation, which is privileged and means the GOP-led Senate will be forced to vote on the matter, comes amid extremely intensified tensions with Iran in the wake of a U.S. airstrike in Iraq that killed one of Iran's top military generals, Qasem Soleimani.
The Senate minority leader said he wants the Senate and the American people to "hear all the evidence."
"So, for now, we're content to continue the ordinary business of the Senate while House Democrats continue to flounder," the Senate majority leader said.
Don't give President Donald Trump the satisfaction of an acquittal. Instead, focus on taking the Senate.
There are more Americans in favor of President Donald Trump's removal than against as he awaits a trial in the U.S. Senate following his impeachment by the House.
Washington saw a constant stream of unprecedented events in 2019, from a scandal that will forever be a stain on the president's legacy to a record number of Democrats vying to unseat him.
"I think Senator McConnell is entitled to his opinion and his approach, so is Senator Murkowski," Kennedy told CNN.