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They’re Not Done: House Judiciary Floats Possibility of Impeaching Trump Again Over McGahn Testimony

House Democrats are open to impeaching President Donald Trump a second time if White House counsel Donald McGahn’s potential testimony reveals the president committed other offenses. A second impeachment could be necessary if House Democrats see evidence that Trump attempted to obstruct investigations, House counsel Douglas Letter noted in a filing in federal court Monday. Letter was referring Democrats’ pressure ...

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The Senate Confirmed Four Federal Judges While The House Heard Impeachment Testimony

The Senate confirmed four trial court nominees to the federal bench Wednesday, among them a public interest lawyer Democrats say will trim abortion rights. Senators confirmed the nominee, Sarah Pitlyk, to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri on a 49-44 vote that largely followed party lines. “Sarah’s strong legal experience, sharp intellect, and commitment to the ...

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Watch Live: Schiff’s Impeachment Circus – Day Two – 11/15/19

Rep. Adam Schiff continues his public display of idiocy as the Democrats host day two of their political impeachment hearings. Live Streams of the Impeachment Inquiry – Day Two Fox News PBS NewsHour The Sun Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is available for re-publication without charge under the Creative Commons license. Visit our syndication ...

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House Democrats Must Find Seven More Votes to Pass Assault Weapons Ban

The majority of House Democrats oppose an assault weapons ban and they are still seven cosponsors short of passing legislation. Democrats have been critical of the president’s changing stance on stronger background-check legislation since mass shootings killed over 50 people in the month of August alone. Republican Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie said House Democrats “want to take your guns,” but ...

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Lawyers: Judge Should Toss House Lawsuit For The President’s Tax Returns

“Judicial resolution of political disputes might sometimes be more expedient than ‘political struggle and compromise,’ but the separation of powers stands against expediency, not for it,” the filing reads elsewhere. “Indeed, political struggle and compromise are its defining feature, not some defect to be removed or avoided.”

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Democratic Support For Medicare-For-All In The House Just Crossed A Major Hurdle

The majority of House Democrats now support a Medicare-for-all bill following an endorsement by the chairman of the House Democratic Caucus on Thursday. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of New York, considered the fifth most powerful Democrat in the House, became the 118th member of the House to sign onto Washington Rep. Pramila Jayapal’s Medicare-for-all bill, which has been described as the ...

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House Schedules First Hearing On Mueller’s Findings

The House Judiciary Committee scheduled its first hearings focused on former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report into interference between Russia and the Trump campaign Monday. The committee, which is led by New York Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler, plans on interviewing those mentioned in the Mueller report to focus on “the most overt acts of obstruction.” The hearings are titled “Lessons ...

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Trump Reaches A Deal With Lawmakers To Temporarily Hold Off Publicizing His Financial Records

President Donald Trump’s attorneys have reached a deal with House lawmakers to temporarily hold off on enforcing the subpoenas for the president’s financial records, CNN reported Saturday, citing court documents. The agreement, forged with the House Intelligence and Financial Services committees Saturday, allows for an expedited appeal schedule for Trump, who is trying to stave off Congress’ attempts to obtain ...

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House Democrats Move To Block Any Additional Spending For the Border Wall

House Democrats introduced legislation that would block the Pentagon from reallocating money to border wall construction, an attempt to undercut President Donald Trump’s trademark campaign goal. A defense spending bill introduced Tuesday by Democrats on the House Appropriations Committee not only gives the Department of Defense far less money than it requested, but also limits its authority to shift funds ...

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Militant Anti-Semitic Imam Gives Opening Prayer in House Of Representatives

A Muslim cleric who called for violence against Israel and expressed support for Hamas gave the opening prayer before the House of Representatives Thursday, angering several representatives. Omar Suleiman, an imam and founder and president of the Yaqeen Institute, delivered the invocation at the invitation of his congresswoman, Democratic Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas, according to the Jewish Telegraph ...

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Watch: Democrats Met With Celebrities for Three Days to Form Their Legislative Agenda – Here’s What They Came Up With

House Democrats met with celebrities John Legend, Chrissy Teigen and others during a 3-day policy retreat during which they formed their legislative agenda. After having accomplished nothing during the first 100 days of House control, Democrats are desperate to show voters that they can do anything legislatively. So far, the House has been overwhelmed with investigations into the president that ...

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House Democrats Cancel Budget Vote Due To Divided Party

Democrats in the House of Representatives canceled a scheduled vote on a two-year budget bill Tuesday as the more moderate members of the party are clashing with the progressive members. Many member of The Congressional Progressive Caucus pushed back against the budget bill, saying the bill is too focused on funding for the Pentagon than funding for domestic programs, according ...

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Pelosi: Democrats Will Maintain Control Of The House In 2020

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi says Democrats will maintain control of the House in 2020, saying she will have the necessary seats secured by November. In an interview with The Washington Post, Pelosi said she will have the majority of the House fully controlled by November of this year, one year ahead of the 2020 presidential elections, saying “I’m ...

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Democrats Threaten Consequences After Pentagon Shifts $1 Billion For Trump’s Wall

Democratic lawmakers suggested there would be consequences for the Pentagon if it moves forward with its plan to reallocate $1 billion for border wall construction. The Pentagon on Monday informed Congress that it has authorized $1 billion to the Army Corps of Engineers for new border walls on the U.S.-Mexico border. The money will pay for 57 miles of 18-foot-high ...

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House fails to override Trump’s veto over national emergency

The U.S. House of Representatives has failed to secure the votes necessary to end President Trump’s national emergency at the U.S. Southern Border. In a 248-141 vote, the House was unable to secure the votes to override the president’s veto of a measure that would have ended the national emergency declaration along the U.S. – Mexico border. 14 Republicans joined ...

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