Influence peddling has only grown rampaciously during the Trump administration. It now appears to touch all three branches and it's a bipartisan problem.
If Sessions were to regain the seat, certainly much of his agenda would track that of Trump's. But that doesn't mean Sessions would make things easy for his old boss.
It is trying to layer this prurient interest on top of what was a legitimate concern about a House member's inappropriate relationship which is absolutely wrong... and trying to intimate anything about Hill's bisexuality.
If the voters of Utah were to punish Romney in any way for this Pierre Delecto business, they are fools.
Americans of all political pursuasions owe Speaker Pelosi a deep debt of gratitude to know that someone in authority is still willing to stand up for American interests.
One has to wonder, however, if Trump can manage this level of magnanimity towards a political adversary in death, how much better off we would all be if he could have governed with this spirit of grace toward all on a daily basis.
Here in the United States, impeachment is not only fully legal....it is constitutional. This is because impeachment is inscribed in our US Constitution.
I hope Johnson thinks what he had to say Sunday was worth it. The fact that he is unlikely to be invited back to Meet The Press any time soon is the least of Johnson's problems.
Democrats must not--never--emulate the Trump team's habit for dissembling and dishonesty.
Although conventional wisdom in Washington seems to suggest that the House will impeach Donald Trump while the Republican-led Senate will vote to acquit, in reality, I think it’s in the Republican’s best interests to impeach him in the House and then convict him in the Senate.