Trump's personal lawyer did all he could to stroke Dear Leader's soft spots, including saying Ukraine might have interfered in the 2016 election.
Yeah, let's all feel bad for poor, beleaguered Donald John Trump. Boo f*cking hoo.
The rep from Massachusetts offered to educate DeVos after she made a profoundly stupid and offensive comparison, but something tells us she won't take Pressley up on it.
Hey, you can't get the Senate to agree on much, these days, but maybe subpoenaing the Baseball Hall of Fame would work.
Sen. Ted Cruz claimed Hunter Biden had critical testimony to offer, insisting they'd bring him if Dems wanted Bolton to testify. McCaskill said "Not so fast, Skippy."
Rep. Jerry Nadler calls out White House legal team for lying, Pat Cipollone demanded an apology, and John Roberts said "Now, kids, play nice."
To be honest, not sure he'd be any more prepared or honest than the current White House legal team. Ahem.
Gee, only twenty years ago, McConnell was in favor of bringing live witnesses before the Senate during Bill Clinton's impeachment trial.
In an epic 10-tweet thread, the GOP strategist gives Republican Senators every reason he can think of to not act like Trump's and McConnell's cattle and sheep on the way to slaughter
No, David doesn't start supporting Trump, don't worry.
The Archives later apologized, but many are calling for answers about who ordered this very political move and why.
"The truth will out" says The Nation's justice correspondent on Joy Reid's AM Joy show. The Bidens "did nothing wrong." That's a trade worth making in the impeachment trial.
There is not one Constitutional scholar alive that thinks abuse of power isn't an impeachable offense. Especially at this level.
You know, when a guy submits electronic evidence of your phone call, it has a funny way of jogging the ole memory, Devin!
Joyce Vance gets into the legal weeds, yet makes it totally understandable to us why we should believe what Lev Parnas says about Trump, Giuliani, Pence, Barr, Nunes, the list goes on.