The impeachment process against the former President of the United States, Donald Trump, continues. On Tuesday, the Senate approved the continuation of the case, with votes from Democrats and some Republicans, with the display of images of the assault on the Capitol in January.
Joe Biden has refrained from making any decisive statements regarding the current impeachment motion against outgoing US President Donald Trump. Speaking about the situation, Mr. Biden has indicated that he has no interest in taking part in the impeachment plans.
On Monday, Joe Biden proposed diplomat William Burns as the new Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Mr. Burns has held, among other positions, that of Ambassador to Russia. He has worked in the service of five administrations, both Democrats and Republicans and he commands high respect from his former work stations.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) was re-elected Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Sunday, albeit narrowly. Speaker Pelosi narrowly secured the position after having been deserted by five Democrats who supported someone else. All Republicans, however, voted for House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).
The US dollar exchange rate continued to weaken, and the US stock market fell in the afternoon to provide support for safe-haven assets, and gold futures closed up slightly. Gold futures for February delivery closed up $2.50, or 0.1%, to $1,882.90 per ounce. Gold futures fell 0.1% on Monday.
US President Donald Trump surprised everyone with this harsh criticism of the $900 billion coronavirus aid package that was passed by Congress on Monday. In a video message posted on Twitter Tuesday night, President Trump called the package a “shame,” and vowed that he would not sign the law if it isn’t revised.
The people of America have spoken and done so emphatically. Dearly missing civility and human empathy in their politics, they choose former Vice President Joe Biden as President.
President Donald Trump was rejected for his divisiveness. After all, the average American does not want a President who Tweets locker room insults at 3 AM.
The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has rubbished reports doing rounds that he intends to declare himself the winner of the presidential election pre-maturely if preliminary results show him as being on the lead. President Trump made the clarification on Sunday while addressing journalists in North Carolina.
In the European market on Wednesday, the dollar against the yen in the short-term refreshed a three-and-a-half-week high to 105.94, which is close to the 106 integer mark. On Tuesday, U.S. President Donald Trump suddenly stopped financial stimulus negotiations with Congressional Democrats.
US President Donald Trump is likely to win re-election this year, warns filmmaker Michael Moore. He has said that Trump is consolidating his base in the swing states at a higher rate than his political rival, Joe Biden. He cites the latest polls in the states of Minnesota and Michigan as proof of this.
The Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe, has said that he will be halting in-person security briefings to Congress. The security chief has asserted that it is best to pause these meetings because they cause leakage of sensitive information to the press. His statement comes less than ten weeks to the US presidential elections.
On Thursday, more than 70 major Republican party members, including diplomats and former national security officials in various fields, signed on to a letter that characterizes Donald Trump as “dangerously unfit to serve another term,” and that endorses voting for Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the November 3rd presidential election.
Controversy has erupted over voting in the upcoming presidential election in the United States between Democrats and Republicans. The fate of the United States Postal Service is also at stake. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has called for an end to the House summer recess and for a confrontation with President Donald Trump’s policies.
President Donald Trump’s suggestion to delay the 2020 elections, scheduled for November 3, has led to one of the few occasions when the leaders of the Republican Party have opposed a president from their party. The determination of the date of the elections corresponds, according to the Constitution, to the organs of the Congress.
US President Donald Trump has raised the idea of delaying the November 3 presidential election, which has met with immediate opposition from Democrats and his fellow Republicans in Congress. Under US law, only they have the sole authority to make such a decision.
US President Donald Trump is trailing in the polls against Democratic candidate Joe Biden. Trump’s disapproval rate is also skyrocketing, and currently stands at 49 percent. According to a new a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, only 40 percent of voters approve of the job he’s doing.
The House of Representatives has passed far-reaching legislation on police reforms Thursday night, a month after the horrible death of George Floyd. The vote was 281-181 in favor, with the vote mostly along party lines. Three Republicans crossed over to vote with the Democrats, who control the House.
As calls to defund, dismantle, or disband the police force in the US increase, President Donald Trump and the Republicans have used the call to attack the Democrats. “The president is appalled by the ‘defund the police’ movement,” White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said.
Democrats in the US House of Representatives have just proposed a bill for broad police reform, after weeks of protests against the brutality and racism of police officers spread across the country. The bill will make it easier to prosecute police offenses and handle racist acts, as well as prohibit chokeholds.
Congressional Democrats paid their tribute to George Floyd by taking a knee for 8 minutes and 46 seconds as a symbol of the duration that former Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin pinned him down. They then unveiled a package of police reforms as a response to the killing of African Americans by law enforcement officers.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has formally won the race for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination after attaining the necessary 1,991 delegates to be nominated at the Democratic National Convention. He will now square it out with the incumbent President, Republican Donald Trump, in November.
Wake up America, this is the year we fire those useless politicians which are for the most, Democrats. Nancy Pelosi, Jerry Nadler, and the rest of that poor example of real American leadership, have been in office so long they feel they own the position. Even though I disagree with the Democratic platform, there are some human leaders who are so afraid of Nancy and Jerry and their partners, that they have been looking the other way.
Now that the Democratic presidential field has been narrowed down to two candidates, it’s worth taking a more direct look into the candidates’ proposals. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, a self-described Democratic-Socialist, has proposed highly progressive tax reforms in order to alleviate income inequality and pay for his extensive social programs.
Democratic White House hopeful Joe Biden won the primary elections held on Tuesday in the states of Florida, Illinois, and Arizona, broadening his advantage over his closest rival, Bernie Sanders, to face Republican President Donald Trump in the November US presidential elections.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was declared the winner of last week’s Democratic presidential election in Washington. In doing so, he beat his rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in five of the six states that went to the polls on March 10. After nearly a week of counting, Biden retained a small lead over Sanders.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) remains in the fight to become the Democratic presidential candidate despite a series of recent defeats by his chief opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden. “Donald Trump must be defeated, and I will do everything in my power to make that happen,” Sanders said at a news conference, stressing that he is looking forward to his upcoming debate with Biden.
New York billionaire and former Mayor Mike Bloomberg threw in the towel for the Democratic Party’s nomination in this year’s United States presidential election after his disastrous performance in the Super Tuesday primaries. In making his decision official, Bloomberg also announced his support for former Vice President Joe Biden.
Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden won the the Democratic primary in South Carolina on Saturday, halting Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) winning streak. The contest was also marked by the withdrawal of billionaire Tom Steyer from the Democratic presidential race. Biden managed to win about 60% of the African-American vote in the contest, and more than half of moderates, according to research by the Edison Research Institute.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has won the Nevada presidential primary elections. The Vermont Senator leads the popular vote by 16 percentage points. U.S. President Donald Trump has congratulated Sanders for the win while adding that his team will have a lot of winning to do to win the main elections.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) won Nevada’s Democratic presidential caucuses on Saturday, several media outlets reported. One of the first to congratulate Sanders on the victory was none other than the President of the United States, Donald Trump. “Looks like Crazy Bernie is doing well in the Great State of Nevada,” Trump wrote on Twitter.
Following a revelation by The Washington Post, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who so far leads the Democratic race for the US presidency, says he was informed by US intelligence services about Moscow’s alleged support for his campaign. The independent U.S. Senator noted that the services briefed him about Russian interference in the coming 2020 presidential elections, after the Washington Post newspaper reported on Moscow’s alleged support for his candidacy.
Democrats, acting as prosecutors in Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, have asked Senators to do their duty and convict Donald Trump in a final attempt to remove him from office. This seems doomed to fail. “In America, nobody is above the law, even those elected President of the United States,” declared one of these Democratic prosecutors, Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO), to the 100 Senators charged with trying President Trump.
In the final stretch of the Senate trial of US President Donald Trump, it is less and less likely that the Democratic opposition will be able to approve the summons of witnesses to testify against the Republican. After the conclusion of the questioning stage of the senators for the prosecution and defense, one of the Republican senators who had been courted by the Democrats, Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN), announced on Thursday that he will vote against the call of witnesses.
After three days of Democrats presenting their case against President Trump in the impeachment trial, Donald Trump’s lawyers began their defense on Saturday, warning against the temptation to overturn the result of the 2016 election “without the slightest evidence.” Pat Cipollone, a lawyer for the White House, argued, “we believe when you hear the facts, and that’s what we intend to cover today, the facts, you will find the president did absolutely nothing wrong.”
On Wednesday, Democrats began presenting their initial allegations at the Senate trial of Donald Trump, a day after a contentious session to set the rules for the process. The Republicans are the majority in the US Senate, and going by their vivid unity and loyalty to their party and president, it is clear that President Trump will likely be acquitted.
The United States Senate early Wednesday morning, after 13 hours of debate, set the rules for the impeachment trial of American President Donald Trump. The Republican majority rejected all attempts by Democrats to call new witnesses against the president. The trial resumed this afternoon, local time.
Attorneys for US President Donald Trump said on Saturday that the impeachment case opened against him by the Democratic opposition is a “brazen and unlawful” attempt to try to overturn the 2016 election and interfere in this year’s November elections. The president’s lawyers, Jay Sekulow and Pat Cipollone issued the warning in a seven-page document to respond to the Senate notification that the trial of Trump’s impeachment process will begin on Tuesday.
The impeachment trial of U.S. President Donald J. Trump began in the Senate with a solemn reading of the allegations of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Senate Sergeant at Arms Michael Stenger opened the third presidential impeachment trial in American history with a warning to the 100 senators.
U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) announced Monday that he had abandoned his aspirations to be a candidate for the Democratic Party to face Donald Trump in the US presidential elections to be held in November this year. Through a statement, the Democrat made public his decision, in which he said it was not something simple.
John Bolton, President Donald Trump’s former National Security Adviser, says he is prepared to testify if the Senate summons him in their impeachment proceedings against President Trump. Democrats believe Bolton has direct information to support their allegations of abuse of power by the president. Trump dismissed John Bolton from the post of national security adviser last September. The US president said Bolton had made mistakes in his analyzes of North Korea.
The United States House of Representatives approved two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump Wednesday, after seven hours of debate. The move, therefore, makes Donald Trump the third president in U.S. history to be impeached by the House. The others were Andrew Johnson, in 1868, and Bill Clinton, in 1998. Richard Nixon resigned in 1974 before the vote.
Ahead of the House vote on his impeachment, which is set to take place today, President Donald Trump sent an angry letter yesterday to the Speaker of the House, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). He feels he is being subjected to unfair treatment. The Democrats, in Trump’s view, are waging an “open war on American democracy” by launching impeachment proceedings against him.
Democratic Party leaders in Congress released the first formal articles of impeachment against US President Donald Trump on Tuesday. Trump will be charged with obstruction of Congress, for trying to prevent investigations, and abuse of power, for putting his personal interest in the 2020 elections above the national interest and national security.
United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced Thursday that the House already has enough material to begin the drafting of the final report on the impeachment process of US President Donald Trump. “The president’s actions are a profound violation of the public trust,” said Pelosi. “His wrongdoing strikes at the very heart of our Constitution,” she added, and concluded that “today, I am asking our chairmen to proceed with articles of impeachment.”
The House of Representatives Intelligence Committee delivered its final report on Tuesday seeking the impeachment of President Donald Trump. He is accused of abusing his position as the US president by requesting foreign interference in the nation’s presidential election scheduled for next year.