Trump pictured entertaining guests maskless at Mar-a-Lago days after COVID outbreak caused its partial closure
- Trump was spotted entertaining guests at his Mar-A-Lago club on Tuesday.
- It comes days after a COVID outbreak forced the club partially to close.
- Footage from a recent event at the resort shows a maskless Trump hugging people.
- A 500-person fundraiser is currently scheduled to go ahead on Sunday.
Mollie Hemingway on some of the many Trump hoaxes the media ‘created’
Today’s reveal that WaPo allowed a political opponent to anonymously invent Trump quotes is quite the story. But my favorite “anonymous” story remains “Anonymous”! That was when the NYT tried to suggest a disgruntled low-level staffer was Trump cabinet official or family member.
Mollie Hemingway, via Twitter
DOJ watchdog criticizes Trump’s firing of IGs, but omits key facts in matter
Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department inspector general who wrote the Dec. 9, 2019, Review of Four FISA Applications, recently reaffirmed his earlier statements that Trump fired two inspectors general “for doing their jobs” and called Trump’s presidency “a challenging time … particularly in the last year” during a Feb. 10 online discussion hosted by Harvard Law School and moderated by Jack Goldsmith.
Trump acquitted in second impeachment trial
Former President Donald Trump was acquitted of an insurrection incitement charge by the Senate on Saturday.
Donald Trump’s full statement on impeachment trial acquittal
I want to first thank my team of dedicated lawyers and others for their tireless work upholding justice and defending truth.
After impeachment farce ends, next comes 14th Amendment
With the result of the second impeachment charade a forgone conclusion in Washington, let us now turn to the final partisan tool remaining in Democrats’ torture closet: The 14th Amendment.
Trial authorization vote signals that Senate will acquit Trump
Forty-four Republicans voted against proceeding with the trial against former President Donald Trump, the clearest signal yet that the Senate will ultimately acquit the president of the impeachment charge against him for a second time.
Trump lawyers to use videos of Democrats inciting violence during impeachment defense
Former President Donald Trump’s lead impeachment defense attorney Bruce Castor said he will use video clips of top Democrats inciting violence during the coming impeachment trial.
Trump impeachment trial is unconstitutional – here’s why Senate must dismiss it
- Because the 45th president is now a private citizen, impeachment proceedings are rendered null and void
Declassified! The Russia informant transcript the FBI didn’t want Americans to see
In secretly recorded talks with informer Stefan Halper, Carter Page dispelled key Russia collusion allegations before FISA warrant was even approved.
45 Republican Senators vote against Trump impeachment trial, say it’s unconstitutional
Forty-five Republican senators voted against holding an impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump over his remarks at the U.S. Capitol, saying it would be unconstitutional to impeach a former president.
Sen. Leahy to preside over Trump’s impeachment trial
Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), president pro tempore of the Senate, will preside over next month’s impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, Leahy said on Jan. 25.
House formally sends impeachment to Senate, putting Trump on trial for Capitol riot
House Democrats on Monday sent to the Senate their single impeachment article against former President Trump, officially putting the former president on trial for his role in the deadly mob attack on the Capitol earlier in the month.
Monday Article of Impeachment
On Monday The House will send an Article of Impeachment to The Senate which will charge Donald Trump with an open and shut case of inciting Insurrection. Every Senator will have to decide whether they will uphold the Constitution and convict or drive a stake into Democracy.
Rob Reiner, via Twitter
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich praises second impeachment: ‘Good move’
San Antonio Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich praised the effort of House Democrats to impeach Trump for a second time, calling it a “good move.”
McConnell won’t agree to reconvene Senate early for impeachment trial
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) office told Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer’s (D-N.Y.) staff on Wednesday that the GOP will not agree to reconvene the Senate before Jan. 19 to allow an impeachment trial while President Trump is still in office.
Democrats, 10 Republicans vote for 2nd impeachment of Trump
Democrats in the House of Representatives, joined by ten Republicans, voted to impeach President Donald Trump for a second time, in a 232–197 vote on Jan. 13. The single article of impeachment alleges that the president incited an insurrection that resulted in the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
McConnell privately backs impeachment as House moves to charge Trump
- The House formally called on Vice President Mike Pence to move to wrest power from the president, as Republican support built for impeaching him of inciting violence against the nation.
McConnell believes impeachment push will help rid Trump from the GOP, but has not said if he will vote to convict
Washington (CNN) — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has indicated that he believes that impeaching President Donald Trump will make it easier to get rid of the President and Trumpism from the Republican Party, according to a source with knowledge of the matter.