Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters escalated her rhetorical assault on President Trump over the weekend – vowing to “get him” and repeating the word “impeachment” over and over. Waters, who took heat earlier this year for urging her supporters to confront Trump administration officials in public, told a group gathered in Los Angeles that some Democratic leaders have asked her to stop talking about impeaching Trump.
Professor Allan Lichtman joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book ‘The Embattled Vote in America,’ and why he believes impeachment is still likely for the president.
If the House flips, Representative Jerry Nadler would head the committee that could try to oust the president. But he’s not convinced it’s warranted. BROOKLYN-“Right now, I don’t want to talk about it,” Jerry Nadler told his curious, concerned constituent. ” We don’t want to talk about it.”
A majority of Democratic voters want President Donald Trump impeached, and, in at least one poll, a plurality of all Americans want the impeachment process to begin. And, regardless of their own opinion on the matter, nearly three out of four voters expect that Democrats will move to impeach Trump if they take back the House this fall.
Democrats will impeach if they win a majority in November, no matter how much their leaders try to pretend otherwise. The Democrat leadership is doing its utmost to play down the prospect of impeaching the President. House Minority Leader said in June that impeachment is “not the path the party should go on,” claiming it’s a “divisive issue” and “not a priority.”
An anti-Trump Democrat congresswoman is reminding America what the upcoming midterm elections are all about, vowing at a recent event that she’s going to “get” President Trump, laughing as she repeatedly announced her dream of “impeachment” over and over again.
Andrew Hall watched from within the courtroom as four of Richard Nixon’s top advisers were sentenced to prison for their roles in the Watergate coverup. He had been hired as counsel by John D Ehrlichman, the former president’s senior adviser for domestic affairs, who was convicted of conspiracy, obstruction of justice and perjury.
In the wake of the shocking op-ed published by The New York Times by an anonymous senior Trump official who detailed a “secret resistance” inside the administration, you might be wondering what the odds of Trump impeachment are. Surprisingly, Trump’s odds of impeachment haven’t changed markedly on any prediction-based websites.
At a rally in Montana Thursday, President Trump suggested to crowds that he could be impeached if Republicans don’t triumph at the midterms.
According to an explosive new by legendary reporter Bob Woodward, many people in the White House readily admit that President Donald Trump has lost his mental capacity and is a danger to the country. In her own recent book, former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman that, when she first met him in 2003, Trump was sharp.
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CLOSE Donald Trump’s attack on Jeff Sessions for not politicizing the Justice Department is the single most serious, potentially impeachable thing he has ever done. That’s it. Line crossed. It came Monday when President Donald Trump tweeted: “Two long running, Obama era, investigations of two very popular Republican Congressmen were brought to a well publicized charge, just ahead of the Mid-Terms, by the Jeff Sessions Justice Department.