Rep. Doug Collins says House Dems didn’t do their job
Meadows slams Dems’ ‘urgency’ for impeachment: It’s been 26 days
Former Defense Sec. William Cohen on partisanship and impeachment evidence

Former Defense Sec. William Cohen on partisanship and impeachment evidence

JUDY WOODRUFF: Before we look ahead to the political stakes of the upcoming impeachment trail, we want to step back to listen to lessons of the past. William Cohen offers a unique perspective. He was among a handful of Republicans on the U.S. House Judiciary Committee to vote in 1974 for the impeachment of President

Lindsey Graham on calls for witnesses in impeachment trial
Gowdy on Bolton: Why pick a witness that will invoke executive privilege?
Nunes says Dems have been ‘hell-bent to impeach’ for three years
What did Pelosi gain by withholding articles of impeachment from the Senate?

After House impeaches Trump, battle turns to Senate trial

JOHN YANG: The stage is set tonight for the next act in the impeachment drama: a Senate trial of President Trump. But there are questions about just when that will happen. Those questions arose after House Democrats finished their work last night, and the answers remained unclear today. The morning after the House voted to

Collins reacts to being named to represent Trump in Senate impeachment trial