House Speaker Kevin McCarthy reneged on his promise not to move forward with an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden without having a full vote by the House of Representatives. When defending his reversal, McCarthy blamed his predecessor, Demo
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GOP Rep. Ken Buck isn't thrilled Speaker Kevin McCarthy has started throwing around ‘the I-word.’
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Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced on Sept. 12 that he would direct the House to open a formal impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden. The unilateral move came just a week and a half after McCarthy told Breitbart News that an impeachment inq
On moving forward with an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden with a House vote.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announces an inquiry into President Joe Biden.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy ordered the House to open an impeachment investigation into President Joe Biden over his family. Here’s what it means.
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For months, House Republicans have been investigating President Joe Biden’s son Hunter over payments received from a Ukrainian company. There’s increasing talk that this could morph into a formal impeachment probe in the House. Here’s what to know.
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Video shows “articles of impeachment to be filed against President Joe Biden today!”
CLAIM: President Joe Biden was impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors in June 2023. AP’S ASSESSMENT: False. Biden has not been impeached.
Kevin McCarthy “announces impeachment proceeding for Biden regime.”
The House GOP dabbles in alternate history.
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Did Lauren Boebert threaten President Joe Biden's life live on stage? No, that's missing context: She did not threaten his life directly, and was speaking in the context of impeachment -- but the Bible verse she quoted in her speech is co
“Nancy Pelosi set to resign from Congress as Trump files impeachment lawsuits against her.”
Is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi "set to resign" as former President Donald Trump "files impeachment lawsuits against her"? No, that's not true: The headline that contains this claim is for a video posted on Facebook that does not feature Tr
Ken Starr, a former federal appellate judge and a prominent attorney whose criminal investigation of Bill Clinton led to the president’s impeachment, died Tuesday at age 76.
The South Dakota Senate convicted Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg of two impeachment charges stemming from a 2020 fatal crash, removing and barring him from future office.
Is the impeachment of President Joe Biden "in progress" as Sen. Ted Cruz and GOP lawmakers file a lawsuit? No, that's not true: The video in the Facebook post does not show Cruz and other GOP lawmakers announcing the impeachment of Biden
On February 9 2022, Trendolizer identified an article that was purportedly (and partly) headlined, “First Article of Impeachment Laid Out Against Joe Biden.” Trendolizer flagged it as virally popular; Facebook shares of the link looked lik
Some social media users reacted with considerable schadenfreude to the embarrassing typo in the controversial Republican Congresswoman's initial announcement.
On September 2 2021, a story with the shocking headline “Biden And Harris Served With Impeachment Charge – Gun-Toting Boebert Accuses Them Both Of Dereliction Of Duty” popped up as post that quickly went viral. A Facebook post by “
A blue verification checkmark was accidentally added to screenshots of the tweets, but the text content of the tweets remained unchanged.
Acquitted by the Senate of inciting the U.S. Capitol insurrection, former President Donald Trump faces more fallout from the unrest, including a lawsuit from a congressman.
Was $33 million spent on Donald Trump's first impeachment? No, that's not true: No government accounting of what was spent has been released. Independent estimates vary, but all put the cost of the trial at way under $33 million. One was
Donald Trump took in the win at Mar-a-Lago, surrounded by friends and family. His lawyers celebrated with hugs and smiles. One joked, “We’re going to Disney World!”
By a vote of 57 to 43, the Senate acquitted former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., cautioned that Trump might still face charges or lawsuits for his role in the attack on the Capito
Now a private citizen, Trump is stripped of his protection from legal liability that the presidency gave him.
For Trump’s loyalists, the acquittal offers a vindication of sorts and a fresh connection to the former president's fiery base.
While most Democrats were expected to vote to convict the former president, acquittal appeared likely with a two-thirds majority required for conviction and the chamber split 50-50 between the parties.