"A moment of reckoning for the country and for the rule of law and for the Constitution."
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum asserted on Sunday that President Donald Trump's conspiracy theory about FISA abuses in the Obama administration will have a larger impact on the election than impeachment.
We may see some fleeting moments of truth telling from these Republicans, but don't hold your breath waiting for any of them to be profiles in courage.
Jake Tapper put Donald Trump's claim that 4 embassies were targeted by Qasem Soleimani under bright lights where it wilted rapidly.
How pathetic is it that the only question Sec. of State Mike Pompeo was asked about impeachment while making the rounds on the Sunday shows came from Fox's Chris Wallace and it was in the context of whether impeachment is "emboldening" Trump's enemies?
Sen. Elizabeth Warren explains to CNN's Jake Tapper why it's perfectly acceptable to weigh in on the evidence that's already been presented on impeachment when this administration is refusing to put forward a defense and obstructing any first-hand witnesses from testifying.
Rep. Joe Kennedy weighs in on whether there's a possibility of additional articles of impeachment against Trump before he leaves office.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul punted and refused to answer CNN's Jake Tapper when he pushed him on the ridiculous notion that anyone should believe Trump actually cares about "rooting out corruption."
Adam Schiff Shoots Down Jake Tapper's Assertion That It's Democrats' Fault If Republicans Won't Vote For Impeachment
Sorry Jake Tapper, but Republicans enabling these criminals running the White House right now is not due to impeachment being a "partisan" exercise or the fault of Democrats.
CNN’s Jake Tapper on Tuesday called out President Donald Trump and the White House for spreading misinformation about the impeachment inquiry.
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