The House Judiciary Committee approved two articles of impeachment against President Trump, and the charges now go to the full House for a vote.
The House Judiciary Committee abruptly postponed a historic vote late Thursday on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, shutting down a divisive 14-hour session that dragged with sharp partisan divisions but had been expected to end with the charges being sent to the full House for a vote next week.
After considering amendments, the Judiciary panel is expected to approve the articles of impeachment against Trump — sending them to the floor for a full House vote.
Senior lawmakers announced a tentative agreement Thursday on an almost $1.4 trillion government-wide spending bill that would stave off a federal shutdown next weekend and split the differences on a number of contentious issues.
Democrats and Republicans on the panel used the prime-time hearing to make final arguments for and against impeachment.
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House Democrats have unveiled two articles of impeachment against President Trump that will serve as the basis for action by the House Judiciary Committee. One accuses Trump of abuse of power, and the other accuses him of obstruction of Congress.
The charges stem from Trump's pressure on Ukraine to announce investigations of his political rivals as he withheld aid to the country.
Lawyers for both parties laid out the case for and against impeaching President Trump during Monday’s House Judiciary Committee hearing.
A Trump supporter interrupted the House Judiciary Committee hearings Monday, calling for an end to the "impeachment scam" and that "Trump is innocent."
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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden blasted a man at an Iowa town hall as a “damn liar” Thursday -- and challenged him to a push-up contest -- after he accused the 77-year-old former vice president of being "too old" and took a swipe at son Hunter's role on the board of a controversial Ukrainian natural gas firm.
The announcement of next week’s hearing comes as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she was authorizing the drafting of articles of impeachment against President Trump.
In the historic announcement, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she was authorizing the drafting of articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
Three of four legal experts called by Democrats said the president's interaction with Ukraine amounted to high crimes and misdemeanors, the impeachment standard set out in the Constitution.
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