Overwhelming majority of Republicans want President Trump to lead the GOP

Opinion 02/17/21, 02:23

Opinion Nearly all Republicans would like to see the previous president continue to play an important role in the party. A sample survey found 75% of GOP supporters want Donald Trump to continue to play a dominant role in the Republican Party. According to the latest Quinnipiac University National Poll, only 21% of ...

North Carolina GOP censures Sen. Richard Burr for supporting Trump impeachment

U.S. 02/16/21, 00:07

A senator from North Carolina became the latest Republican to be scrutinized for helping political rivals impeach the former president. The North Carolina Republican Party recently expressed deep disapproval of Sen. Richard Burr after he betrayed his national party president and voted to convict Donald Trump of the so-called incitement of ...

Democrats caught manipulating recording of President Trump at impeachment trial

D.C. 02/10/21, 02:20

A group of Democrats trying to convict the former president appeared to selectively edit his speech from the day of the alleged Capitol attack. Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) and his Democrat impeachment managers have been caught manipulating Donald Trump's address to the March to Save America Rally in Washington’s Ellipse Park ...

Trump is ‘simply not guilty’ of inciting insurrection says GOP Sen. Tim Scott

D.C. 02/09/21, 02:29

Opinion A Republican from South Carolina that witnessed the Capitol siege unfold found no legitimate reason to hold the previous president responsible. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) cannot see how anybody could possibly find former President Donald Trump guilty of ordering extreme protesters to storm the Capitol building on Jan. 6. "The president is ...

GOP censures Republican representatives who support impeaching President Trump

U.S. 02/08/21, 06:38

Elected officials who betrayed the former president now face a growing backlash from within the Republican Party. Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.), Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), and Rep. Peter Meijer (R-Mich.) are increasingly being scrutinized for agreeing with political rivals on impeaching former President Trump for the so-called incitement of insurrection charge. The ...

Overwhelming majority of GOP senators vote against holding Trump impeachment trial

D.C. 01/27/21, 02:30

Nearly all U.S. Republican senators do not support trying to remove the former president a second time. Forty-five GOP senators openly dismissed the Democratic Party-led impeachment of former President Donald Trump. Only five Republican senators expressed different views. They include GOP Sens. Susan Collins (Maine), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Mitt Romney (Utah), Ben Sasse ...

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