House Democrats Turn Their Gaze to Bill Barr

House Democrats frustrated by the Senate’s acquittal of President Trump are pushing their oversight efforts to the Justice Department and what they call Attorney General William Barr’s efforts to politicize federal law enforcement.

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Impeachment Over, Pelosi Cuts Loose About Trump

President Trump was gone, the House lights were dimming, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi looked up to her friends and family in the gallery overhead.  She held up the speech she had shredded behind Trump’s back on live television. She put her hand to her heart, dipped her head and gave a little bow.

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In Lock-Step With White House, Senate Acquits Trump on Impeachment

Save for one astonishing defection, Republicans cemented what Democrats long suspected would be the preordained conclusion of the Senate proceedings on Thursday: a speedy acquittal without witness testimony to further stain President Donald Trump’s legacy as the third impeached commander-in-chief in U.S. history.

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Romney Will Cast First-Ever Vote to Remove Own Party’s President

Just two hours out from the final vote, Senator Mitt Romney has shaken up the stagnant final day of the presidential impeachment trial, announcing he will side with Senate Democrats and vote to convict President Donald Trump of abuse of power. 

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Michigan’s Democratic Governor Rebuts Trump’s State of the Union

Defeat for Democrats looms in the Senate impeachment trial, and the party struggled with tech problems during the Iowa caucus, but Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer assured Americans during her rebuttal to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union that Democrats across the country are “getting things done.”

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