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Drudge ReportDec 07, 2019
Founding Fathers Were Obsessed With Impeachment...




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Release of Trump Banking Records Delayed by Ruth Bader Ginsburg...
Dems spend weekend drafting charges...
Limited or broad articles?
Judiciary panel releases report defining offenses...
Amash says he will vote in favor...
The Senate Republicans who could convict...



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House Judiciary Committee releases report outlining grounds for impeachment ahead of hearing (Fox Politics)

Washington Post PoliticsDec 07, 2019
Republicans mount ad blitz on impeachment, making some vulnerable Democrats nervous
The Democrats worry party leaders are not adequately defending them with ads of their own.

Drudge ReportDec 07, 2019
Judiciary panel releases report defining offenses...




(First column, 10th story, link) Related stories:
Release of Trump Banking Records Delayed by Ruth Bader Ginsburg...
Dems spend weekend drafting impeachment charges...
Consequential choice -- limited or broad articles...
Amash says he will vote in favor...
The Senate Republicans who could convict...
WHITE HOUSE WON'T PARTICIPATE IN HEARINGS...
Comey blasts Mattis for silence...



Reuters PoliticsDec 07, 2019
Democrats huddle to draft impeachment charges against Trump
Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives met behind closed doors on Saturday to prepare for what could be the final week of their months-old impeachment inquiry that has imperiled Donald Trump's presidency.

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Vulnerable House Democrats anxiously eye impeachment vote (CNN Politics)

Drudge ReportDec 07, 2019
Amash says he will vote in favor...




(First column, 14th story, link) Related stories:
Release of Trump Banking Records Delayed by Ruth Bader Ginsburg...
Founding Fathers Were Obsessed With Impeachment...
Dems spend weekend drafting charges...
Limited or broad articles?
Judiciary panel releases report defining offenses...
The Senate Republicans who could convict...



Drudge ReportDec 07, 2019
Dems spend weekend drafting charges...




(First column, 11th story, link) Related stories:
Release of Trump Banking Records Delayed by Ruth Bader Ginsburg...
Founding Fathers Were Obsessed With Impeachment...
Limited or broad articles?
Judiciary panel releases report defining offenses...
Amash says he will vote in favor...
The Senate Republicans who could convict...



Washington Post PoliticsDec 06, 2019
White House rejects House Democrats' invitation to participate in impeachment process as Trump focuses on friendly Senate
The White House has largely looked to the Republican-controlled Senate to wage a full defense of President Trump.

Yahoo PoliticsDec 06, 2019
New Yahoo News/YouGov poll shows that Democrats have so far failed to seal the deal on impeachment
A majority of registered voters buy Democrats' central argument for impeachment, but Americans remain too polarized and uncertain about key details to back Trump's removal from office in the kind of numbers that could create real momentum, a new poll shows.


Democracy NowNov 20, 2019
Unusual. Improper. Inappropriate. Wrong: Officials Decry Trump's Pressure on Ukraine to Probe Bidens
"I couldn't believe what I was hearing." Those were the words of Army Lieutenant Colonel Alex Vindman during Tuesday's House impeachment inquiry hearings, describing his reaction to a July phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. During the call, Trump pressured Zelensky to investigate his political rival Joe Biden and his son Hunter, who served on the board of a Ukrainian natural gas company, Burisma. Vindman, who is the director for European affairs at the National Security Council, testified along with Jennifer Williams, a Russia adviser for Vice President Pence, in the first of two hearings on Tuesday. Former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker and Tim Morrison, former senior director for European and Russian affairs on the National Security Council, also testified. Republican lawmakers repeatedly criticized the impeachment process, while Democrats defended it. From Washington, D.C., we speak to Andy Kroll, D.C. bureau chief for Rolling Stone.
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