Former President Donald Trump broke his silence on his impeachment trial acquittal and took aim at the GOP establishment.
Nearly all of the Republican senators who voted in favor of convicting President Trump during his impeachment trial are facing censures.
The head of the North Carolina GOP defended a decision to censure Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.). North Carolina Republican chair Michael Whatley sparred with a CNN anchor over the actual meaning of the censure.
The senior senator from Wisconsin has come to the defense of the 45th president. In a recent interview, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said President Trump’s legal team completely defeated all Democrat arguments for impeachment.
Hundreds of patriots recently showed their love for the 45th president while throwing a parade to celebrate his recent acquittal. On President’s Day in West Palm Beach, Florida, President Trump’s supporters gathered near Mar-a-Lago.
Now twice acquitted in impeachment trials, what comes next for President Trump and the GOP? OAN White House Correspondent Jenn Pellegrino sat down with Trump senior advisor Jason Miller to find out.
The National Legal and Policy Center is challenging Democrat hypocrisy during the Senate impeachment trial, saying Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) should be reprimanded for attempting to incite violence. Here’s One America’s John Hines from Washington.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said he’s backing candidates who can win in the midterms. In a Politico interview Saturday, the Kentucky lawmaker said his goal in every way possible is to have nominees representing the Republican Party who can win.
As President Trump makes history as the only U.S. President to be impeached and acquitted twice, White House Correspondent Jenn Pellegrino caught the reactions from Capitol Hill.