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New York Post › Politics › 13 hours ago
President Trump responded to Thursday’s House Judiciary Committee debate about articles of impeachment with a flurry of tweets in which he brought up other issues, touted his successes and blasted back at comments made by congress members. “Dems...
New York Post › Politics › 14 hours ago
Democrats and Republicans retreated to their partisan corners during debate in the House Judiciary Committee Thursday as both sides quarreled over the introduction of an amendment to strike the first article of impeachment against President Trump for...
New York Post › 1 day ago
Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to throw Rudy Giuliani crony Lev Parnas behind bars — claiming he’s been lying to the government about how much money he has and where he’s getting it. The feds’ sudden change of heart follows a request...
New York Post › 3 days ago
House Democrats are expected on Tuesday morning to unveil at least two articles of impeachment against President Trump.
New York Post › 3 days ago
Have you seen this committee chair? Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee punctuated their calls for having Rep. Adam Schiff testify by putting his photo on an image of a milk carton and displaying it in the hearing room. The image, unveiled...
New York Post › Opinions › 3 days ago
According to Democrats, any investigation of possible Democratic corruption, or of Democratic collusion with foreign officials to interfere in our elections, is itself impeachable interference in our elections.
New York Post › Politics › 3 days ago
After firing off more than 100 tweets or re-tweets on Sunday — mostly attacking Democrats and the impeachment proceedings targeting him — President Trump picked up where he left off on Monday as the hearings resumed. “Read the Transcripts!” the...
New York Post › 3 days ago
The heads of the House Judiciary Committee squared off Monday as the panel prepared to hear evidence in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Rep. Doug Collins, the ranking Republican on the panel, characterized the hearing as a “show” that...
New York Post › Politics › 3 days ago
The House Judiciary Committee will meet Monday morning to receive a report detailing the findings of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump that could lead to articles of impeachment being voted on as early as this week. Rep. Jerrod Nadler, the...
New York Post › 4 days ago
Gaetz, an ally of the president's in the House, said Trump was leery about squandering US taxpayers dollars in Ukraine because of its history of being corrupt that extended into former Vice President Joe Biden's son Hunter's work with a Ukrainian gas...
New York Post › 4 days ago
Gaetz, an ally of the president's in the House, said Trump was leery about squandering US taxpayers dollars in Ukraine because of its history of being corrupt that extended into former Vice President Joe Biden's son Hunter's work with a Ukrainian gas...
New York Post › 4 days ago
Rep. Jerrold Nadler, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee that is drawing up articles of impeachment, said his panel has enough evidence against President Trump that a jury would convict in “three minutes flat.” “We have a very rock...
New York Post › 5 days ago
In a “House of Cards”-worthy drama, a political one-two punch is set to roil the nation’s capital this week. On Monday, a hotly anticipated watchdog report on the FBI investigation into President Trump’s 2016 campaign collides with a House...
New York Post › Opinions › 6 days ago
“The test of a first-rate intelligence,” F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote, “is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.” I make no claim to being a first-rate intelligence. I’m...
New York Post › 6 days ago
Team Trump is turning the heat up on vulnerable Democratic House members who could face voter backlash if they vote for impeachment. The Trump campaign released a poll Friday that shows voters in first-term Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi’s upstate...
New York Post › 6 days ago
The White House ended days of speculation and declared Friday it will not participate in the House impeachment inquiry probing allegations President Trump pushed a foreign government to investigate a top political rival. Trump’s top White House...
New York Post › 1 week ago
Parnas -- who was arrested while boarding a flight to Vienna with one-way tickets -- is currently out on $1 million bond following charges of violating U.S. campaign finance laws and subject to home detention and electronic monitoring.
New York Post › Politics › 1 week ago
"I am concerned about lowering impeachment standards to fit a paucity of evidence and abundance of anger," Jonathan Turley, professor at George Washington University and Republican-called witness, told the panel.
New York Post › 1 week ago
Rep. Doug Collins, the ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, blasted Democrats for holding an impeachment inquiry into President Trump without having fact witnesses testify, saying it’s a “simple railroad job.” “There’s no fact...
New York Post › Politics › 1 week ago
The Republican witness at the House Judiciary Committee’s hearing Wednesday morning will warn that the “slipshod impeachment” inquiry into President Trump will have serious consequences on future administrations. “That is why this is wrong. It...
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