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"I get criticized in my own party for not being in support of it," House minority leader Nancy Pelosi said.
Senior Democratic leaders have said that if Democrats take the House of Representatives, they will not move to impeach President Donald Trump.
‘This is war’: The fight to impeach Brett Kavanaugh is about to become a defining issue of the 2018 elections — and beyond
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the court over the weekend — but the battle over impeaching the new justice has only just begun.
If Democrats flip the House in November, some have indicated they will support an investigation into, and possible impeachment of, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who is expected to be confirmed on Saturday.
Some Democratic lawmakers have avoided fueling rumors of impeachment to avoid energizing Republican voters ahead of the midterms.
Democrats are incredibly cautious about discussing Trump’s impeachment even after 2 of his top aides have been convicted
The possibility of President Donald Trump's impeachment finds itself at center stage after his former longtime lawyer took a plea deal and his former campaign manager was found guilty this week. One group avoiding the topic? Democrats.
As Rosenstein announces new indictments of Russian hackers who targeted the 2016 US election, Republicans renew push to impeach him
A group of conservative House Republicans are moving a step closer to filing impeachment documents targeting the deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein. The push came just hours after Rosenstein announced new indictment of 12 Russian hackers who targeted the 2016 US election.
Supporters of President Donald Trump are threatening to boycott Walmart for selling clothing with the phrase "Impeach 45" in its online store. The "Impeach 45" apparel is made by a third-party seller, Old Glory, and sold through Walmart Marketplace.
Bill Clinton says Al Franken’s ouster was a ‘grievous’ mistake and questions sexual misconduct allegations against him
Former President Bill Clinton suggested that former Sen. Al Franken, a Minnesota Democrat, should not have been forced from office earlier this year amid mounting sexual misconduct allegations. "I think it's a grievous thing to take away from the people a decision they have made," Clinton said.
Can the commander in chief pardon himself? President Donald Trump sure thinks so, even though lawmakers broadly agree that such action would be "catastrophic" for him from both a legal and political perspective.