Rep. Dan Meuser (R-Pa.) is predicting a Trump victory in the state of Pennsylvania in the 2020 election. During an interview with Breitbart News over the weekend, Meuser said the president will win the state next year because voters realize the ongoing impeachment inquiry is ridiculous.
Controversial political consulting firm Fusion GPS has rejected criticism of the Steele dossier by former White House aide Fiona Hill. In an interview Sunday, Fusion GPS co-founders Glenn Simpson and Peter Fritsch defended the anti-Trump dossier by saying Christopher Steele is more proficient in Russian affairs than Hill. Simpson and Fritsch rejected Hill’s assessment of the dossier as a “rabbit hole.”
President Trump has ordered the Senate to hold a full trial in the event the House impeaches him. A team of top level senators reportedly sat down with White House counsel Pat Cipollone this week to discuss a potential “dooms day” plan.
As impeachment proceedings continue, President Trump is saying the whistleblower is fake and the inquiry is a hoax. He made the comments to reporters on Friday at the NCAA Collegiate National Champions Day ceremony at the White House.
As a contentious week of impeachment hearings comes to a close, Rep. Mark Meadows and Rep. Devin Nunes gave their final thoughts and what to expect moving forward. One America’s John Hines has more from Capitol Hill.
Sen. Lindsey Graham is kick-starting an investigation into the Bidens and the Ukraine gas company Burisma. In a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee chair requested documents related to Joe Biden and his communications with Ukraine officials.
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 10:08 AM PT — Thursday, November 21, 2019 President Trump is raising serious doubts about whether a Ukrainian Embassy official overheard an…
House Intelligence Committee member Devin Nunes is calling out Democrats’ struggles on Thursday after another day of public impeachment hearings. In his opening statement, Rep. Nunes described the Democrats’ narrative as “always changing, depending on the day.”
According to a senior Pentagon official, Ukraine may have known that aid was being withheld before President Trump spoke to Ukraine’s president in July. While testifying in a public hearing Wednesday, Laura Cooper said her staff was contacted by a person at the Ukrainian Embassy the day of the president’s phone call. This person asked, “what’s going on with Ukraine’s security assistance?”