As the impeachment inquiry continues, President Trump is applauding House Republicans for their performance during the public hearings Tuesday. One America’s Emerald Robinson has more from the White House.
As the public impeachment inquiry hearings continue, GOP Sen. Ron Johnson, who attended Ukrainian President Zelensky’s inaguratation, explains his recollections. One America’s Christina Howitson has more
GOP House Intelligence Committee member Elise Stefanik highlighted the issue of Hunter Biden’s work for Ukrainian energy firm Burisma during Tuesday’s public impeachment hearings. She said her constituents have many concerns about the fact Biden “sat on the board of a corrupt company like Burisma.”
Many new candidates are making a name for themselves as numerous House members announce their retirement. One of those is congressman Pete Olson, who represents the 22nd District of Texas. One America’s Stephanie Myer’s spoke with Keli Chevalier, a congressional candidate who is hoping to fill that seat, to find out why she’s the best choice.
Republican Sen. Ron Johnson recently received a request for firsthand information relevant to the Ukraine impeachment probe by the House GOP. Congressmen Jim Jordan and Devin Nunes sent a letter to the Wisconsin lawmaker on Monday, reluctantly asking him for any direct evidence about President Trump’s actions between April and September.
As the public impeachment testimonies are conducted on Captiol Hill, GOP members are questioning the validity of the proceedings. One America News caught up with House representatives to get their thoughts.
Republican lawmakers say Wednesday’s public impeachment hearing was a dud for Democrats. One America’s John Hines has more from Capitol Hill.
Prescription drug prices are skyrocketing, jumping nine percent per year from 2008 to 2016. According to reports, these costs have left the average American paying nearly $1,200 out of pocket per year. U.S. senators tried to pass a bipartisan bill Wednesday that would have lowered the price of prescription drugs by penalizing corporations that mimic anti-competitive practices.
Democrats are zeroing in on new information revealed in the testimony of acting Ukraine ambassador Bill Taylor, who claimed one of his staffers overheard a cell phone conversation between European Union ambassador Gordon Sondland and President Trump.