The House has passed a resolution authorizing impeachment managers, which sets up the Senate for the long awaited impeachment trial. The resolution passed 228-to-193 mostly along party lines Wednesday. Only one Democrat, congressman Collin Peterson of Minnesota, sided with Republicans on the “no” vote, while nine lawmakers did not cast a vote at all.
President Trump has continued to call out House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for continuing to hold off on handing over the articles of impeachment to the Senate. Meanwhile, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has signaled that he will begin the impeachment trial whether Pelosi delivers the articles of impeachment or not. One America’s John Hines spoke with conservatives who are demanding the Senate acquit the president and has more from Capitol Hill.
GOP congresswoman Elise Stefanik has continued to make waves in Congress. That’s according to a Wednesday press release from the New York representative’s campaign, which detailed her performance heading in to 2020.
Congress is back in session, meaning impeachment is back in focus for lawmakers. One America’s John Hines caught up with congressman Mark Meadows to discuss some of the recent events.
Representatives Mark Meadows, Andy Biggs and Jody Hice held a rally with activists at the U.S. Capitol to criticize Democrats’ inaction on impeachment. This comes as the articles of impeachment against President Trump have yet to be released to the Senate.
Democrat lawmakers are facing threats from their Republican colleagues, claiming changes will be made to the Senate impeachment trial if they don’t receive the impeachment articles soon. One America’s Meghann Dyke takes a look at how the issue may be impacted in the week ahead.
Voters against impeachment are dishing out cash to voice their support for President Trump. In a series of tweets Monday, GOP PAC ‘WinRed’ announced it raised $101 million in the second half of 2019, including nearly $35 million raised after the House’s October 31st vote to begin impeachment proceedings.
One America News takes a look back at how the Democrat-led impeachment inquiry into President Trump played out in 2019. Marty Golingan reports.
According to Democrat presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard, her party’s vote on impeachment may backfire in 2020. While taking to Twitter on Monday, the Hawaii lawmaker posted a video suggesting that the House impeachment push has increased the probability Republicans will flip seats red in 2020.