Top Republicans in the Senate are hoping to put a stop to the push for witnesses in the impeachment trial against President Trump. Some conservatives, including Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.), are warning both moderates in their conference and Democrats that if Democrats can call witnesses then the president should be able to call whoever he wants.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he wasn’t aware of any surveillance carried out on former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch. He made the comments during an interview Friday.
The White House has responded to new interviews and evidence from Lev Parnas, who is the former associate of Rudy Giuliani.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reportedly made the decision to withhold the articles of impeachment after watching an infamous political commentator, who has had his own reputation tarnished by impeachment. One America’s Marty Golingan reports.
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 10:57 AM PT — Friday, January 10, 2020 House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is speaking out against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s decision…
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.
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.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is seeking to force the chamber to vote on witnesses at the start of the impeachment trial. During remarks on the Senate floor Tuesday, Schumer said there will be votes at the beginning of the trial on whether to call four witnesses Democrats have recommended.
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.