This historic hot mess is too important to just ignore and cast aside for national news outlets or local newsies who only really care about their makeup.
There are a few local angles for this one if only because our Democratic Party stronghold in the urban core seems enthusiastic along Ward Parkway & Brookside even if nobody else really cares . . . Meanwhile, the battle for hearts and minds in JoCo is more intense as drunk uncles confront angry aunties for control of the discourse whilst the nextgen simply enjoys their Chinese social media tech spyware.
And so, we share some of our favorite news items on the topic for this morning . . .
Real Fight Is About Process
Senate Majority Leader (R-Ky.) and Minority Leader (D-N.Y.) will try to negotiate a deal on ground rules, similar to the arrangement made before the 1999 trial of then-President Clinton. Talks haven't started yet, as lawmakers wait for the House to write and vote on any articles of impeachment.
Clash expected at House Judiciary briefing on report about Trump's dealings with Ukraine - impeachment latest
WASHINGTON - Another partisan clash in the House impeachment inquiry is expected Monday as the Judiciary Committee receives a briefing about two reports: one report from three other panels that found President Donald Trump solicited foreign interference in the 2020 election, and another about the constitutional basis for impeachment.
WASHINGTON - Late in the afternoon of Aug. 7, 1974, Republican leaders in Congress traveled up Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House to deliver a stark message to Richard Nixon: His presidency was over. The public had turned on Nixon as evidence emerged about his role in the Watergate scandal and the bottom fell out once his own party abandoned him.
The House Judiciary Committee's second hearing on the Donald Trump impeachment inquiry was instantly derailed on Monday when a supporter of the president launched a protest at the start of the proceedings. As Jerry Nadler (D-NY) called the hearing to order and began his opening statement, Infowars host Owen Shroyer started yelling at the committee chairman, accused him treason and blasted the "impeachment scam."
Making The Case
The impeachment of President Donald Trump is almost at hand. House Democrats are just days away from unveiling formal charges that Trump abused his power, and on Monday they presented their case to Americans that he deserves to be removed from office for it. "The evidence shows that Donald J.
A protester from the conspiracy site InfoWars interrupted the latest impeachment hearing as soon as it began, shouting 'Trump is innocent!'
A protester who works for right-wing news outlet InfoWars, which traffics in conspiracy theories, interrupted the first minutes of Monday's impeachment hearing by yelling loudly in the hearing room. "We know who committed the crimes and it wasn't Trump. Trump is innocent!" the protester, Owen Shroyer, yelled as he was escorted out of the hearing room.
Former 1st Lady Conclusion
Michelle Obama views the impeachment proceedings involving President Donald Trump as "surreal," but believes the nation can make it through the current political turmoil. The former first lady gave her thoughts on the impeachment inquiry in an exclusive interview with Jenna Bush Hager on TODAY Monday during a trip to Vietnam to raise awareness about the importance of educating young girls.
As always, we welcome predictions, insight and all manner of comments from "many sides" of this truly American circus.
You decide . . .