House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sends the articles of impeachment over to the Senate, where Sen. Chuck Schumer plans to force swing-state Republicans to vote on whether to bring witnesses to the trial. Will moderate Senators cross President Trump in a desperate effort to save their seats in states where public opinion favors witness testimony? Right […]
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has done every crazy thing but froth at the mouth during the impeachment process. A sane person trying to understand her tactics might conclude that Pelosi has gone wild. Stephen Green leads Scott Ott and Bill Whittle in an effort to make sense of her approach.
Join Bill Whittle, Scott Ott, Steve Green, and your fellow Members and fans, aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise to the Bahamas in May 2020. Get details and reserve your cabin. New Democrat threat to impeach President Trump again emerges from court filing. They may do it if former White House counsel Don McGahn doesn’t testify […]
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans a speedy impeachment trial that rapidly acquits President Donald Trump of the two charges brought by the House. But why even have the trial? If the Republican-controlled Senate took a vote to dismiss the articles of impeachment, the country could move on.
Bill Whittle thinks he now understands why Democrats continue to pursue their Quixotic impeachment dream. It’s the Democrat Party’s 2020 election concession speech. They know they can’t convict or remove him from office, and they know they can’t beat him in November. Why do you think they continue down this path?
Democrats are in a pickle for 2020, as the Labor Department reports a 6th straight month of record job growth, and a 50-year low in unemployment. How can they compete with this economic juggernaut. Quick, impeach Trump!
Who will defend Donald Trump in his Senate trial if the House passes articles of impeachment, and how? That’s the question posed by former Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan in the Wall Street Journal, who says Trump will face “charges almost everyone will believe are true.”
Why do the impeachment hearings fail to convince anyone? A new NPR/PBS Newshour/Marist poll shows that the vast majority of Americans can’t imagine anything in the hearings will change their minds about President Trump’s guilt or innocence.
Amped up trouble with China, North Korea, Hong Kong and the Middle East, compete for President Trump’s attention even as he’s besieged daily with the impeachment inquiry that divides his friends and excites his enemies.
Bill Whittle, in an epic rant, explodes over the Democratic 2016 election do-over charade called impeachment hearings. Watch this as your pre-game show for — or in lieu of — the House hearings. The gloves come off as Bill calls the hearings “absolutely, monumentally, evil.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi threatens President Trump with new obstruction of Congress charges if the White House fails to submit to subpoenas from House committees as part of the impeachment inquiry. But even if Democrats manage to impeach Trump, and a Senate super-majority removes him from office, could he still get reelected in 2020?
New York Times “conservative” columnist David Brooks makes the never-Trump case against impeaching the president. Why not just let Trump lose, rather than throw fuel on the fire of his devoted base?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces an impeachment inquiry against President Trump. Bill Whittle thinks she has just handed the president a 2020 election victory. But how does a president under impeachment run a campaign?
President Donald Trump orders the release of the transcript of his July 25 phone call with Ukraine President Voldymyr Zelensky, believing it clears him of an anonymous whistle-blower’s accusations of self-dealing. Democrats in Congress read the same transcript and believe it proves Trump used the power of his office to pressure a foreign leader to help his own reelection campaign.
Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee launch probe into allegations that President Trump violated campaign finance law with 2016 hush money payments to porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal, both of whom alleged affairs with the Donald J. Trump. Will this Democrat effort succeed where the Russia collusion case failed? Can it lay the groundwork for impeaching Trump before, or after, the 2020 election?