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.
Democrats and Republicans on the panel used the prime-time hearing to make final arguments for and against impeachment.
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.
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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."
House Democrats have issued a lengthy report drawing on history and the Founding Fathers to lay out the legal argument over the case against President Trump's actions toward Ukraine.
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.
Pelosi, once reluctant to engage in a strictly party-line impeachment proceeding, is now leading colleagues to a likely vote after a House investigation found that Trump seriously misused the power of his office to seek foreign interference in the U.S. election and then obstructed Congress in its efforts to investigate.
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.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday dismissed the significance of repeated contacts between his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and phone numbers linked to the White House and its budget office — contacts that were revealed in the House intelligence committee’s impeachment report.
A legal expert and law professor at Stanford called out Republican Rep. Doug Collins when he said the experts did not care about facts during the latest impeachment inquiry hearing.
The U.S. House of Representatives’ Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence released a report Tuesday on the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
The impeachment inquiry into President Trump will shift to the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday and feature four legal scholars who will examine the constitutional grounds for impeachment.
With the Judiciary Committee set to launch its first hearing Wednesday, the impeachment proceedings are presenting a historic test of political judgment in a case that is dividing Congress and the country.
President Trump seemed to declare himself a heavyweight champion in politics on Wednesday, tweeting out a picture of his face superimposed onto one of actor Sylvester Stallone as Rocky.
The House Judiciary Committee will be taking over the impeachment probe of President Donald Trump starting next week on Dec. 4.
The witnesses have spoken, the politics are largely settled. Now impeachment investigators will make the case for public opinion.