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While Democrats consider whether to impeach President Trump, the Democratic base, the Constitution, and history weigh down on their decision.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report makes it clear that President Trump should be impeached for his lawless abuses of power.
We read and analyzed the Mueller report to save you some time. Bottom line: it is politically ruinous for President Trump and contradicts AG Barr's claims.
On Thursday, a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report is set to be released. Here's what to expect and what could happen next.
AG William Barr's dodgy behavior in today's hearing did nothing to assure Americans that he is playing an objective role in redacting Mueller's report.
As Attorney General Barr's summary looks more like an effort to protect the president, Trump seeks refuge in his authoritarian tactics.
The New York Times reports that Mueller's team believes AG William Barr downplayed their findings, and they were more damaging for President Trump.
Attorney General William Barr's summary says more about his expansive view of presidential power than it does about Mueller's report.
Multiple polls this week have all told the same story: Public opinion on President Trump is baked in and Americans want the Mueller report to be released.
If the Mueller report is a "total exoneration" of President Trump (it isn't) then why is Senator Mitch McConnell blocking calls for its release?