On ABC Trump brought up Article II of the Constitution, which he claimed gave him the authority to fire the special counsel and "do whatever I want."
“The historical record categorically refutes the idea that the American revolutionaries gave their new president an unspecified array of royal prerogatives."
Reprinted with permission from Alternet. Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Friday set out to change a decades-old rule which allows a U.S. president to abuse power in any number of ways without being held accountable. In ...
Contrary to what the Justice Department wants us to believe, the First Amendment is not a special privilege that belongs only to officially recognized journalists.
The most recent poll on impeachment, by Reuters/Ipsos, shows 45 percent believe that Trump should be impeached now, with 42 percent opposed.
The Judiciary Committee cannot simply wait for its process litigation to play out. House Democrats must think creatively about highlighting Mueller’s findings.