Power of the purse, and investigations are two extremely useful tools at Congress' disposal to, at the very least, shine spotlights on Trump's criminal misdeeds.
Former White House counsel during Watergate, John Dean, went after Sen. Marco Rubio and his cohorts in the Senate for defending Trump retaliating against those who testified against him during impeachment hearings.
Sen. Mitt Romney announces that he will vote to remove Trump from office for abuse of power.
CBS News reports that Trump is threatening senators to vote for his acquittal - or else.
Georgetown law professor John Mikhail explained why the portion of President Donald Trump’s defense which is being covered by Alan Dershowitz is likely to fail, because it has “no sound basis” in history and law.
There is not one Constitutional scholar alive that thinks abuse of power isn't an impeachable offense. Especially at this level.
Alan Dershowitz tries to convince Ari Melber that abuse of power is not a crime, so effectively Trump is a king
Rep. Joe Kennedy discusses with CNN's Jake Tapper whether there's a possibility of more articles of impeachment against Trump before he leaves office.
Rep. Joe Kennedy weighs in on whether there's a possibility of additional articles of impeachment against Trump before he leaves office.
Apparently Alan will say anything to keep a chair warm on Fox News.
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