Barely two weeks after Donald Trump took office, Eric Ciaramella — the CIA analyst whose name was recently linked in a tweet by the president and mentioned by lawmakers as the anonymous “whistleblower” who touched off Trump’s impeachment — was overheard in the White House discussing with another staffer how to remove the newly elected president from office, according to former colleagues.Continue reading “Whistleblower was overheard in 2017 discussing with ally how to remove Trump”
- The Kremlin may have been laying the groundwork for blaming Ukraine for 2016 as early as 2015.
- Efforts to remove Trump didn’t start with Ukraine. And won’t end there.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) ahead of a vote on Wednesday to send House-passed articles of impeachment to the Senate for a trial doubled down on comments that impeachment will forever be a part of President Trump’s legacy.Continue reading “Pelosi: Trump’s impeachment ‘cannot be erased’”
Whoever wins, we win, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on This Week with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday. If you want to read between the lines, that is.Continue reading “Pelosi to Trump: You are impeached forever (and your tweets are crazy)”