Democrats To Charge Trump With Two Articles Of Impeachment - Day That Was
House Democrats on Tuesday unveiled articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, charging the president with "high crimes and misdemeanor." The two articles, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, were announced by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Rep. Adam Schiff, and Rep. Jerry Nadler. Citing the president's conduct in relation to Ukraine, the articles read that "President Trump, by such conduct, has demonstrated that he will remain a threat to national security and the Constitution if allowed to remain in office." Aired on 12/10/19.
U.S. fighter jets intercepted two sets of Russian bombers that flew close to Alaska, following a similar incident last week.
A Russian military aircraft came within 32 nautical miles of Alaskan shores, but remained in international airspace. abcn.ws/3fqPuwW A new tell-all book by Pres. Trump's niece is roiling the White House with a string of allegations and scathing criticism. Tony Schwartz, the co-author of "The Art of The Deal," joins MSNBC's Ari Melber to explain why despite the President's general lack of interest in reading, he has always understood the branding and messaging power of books, and why this book may concern him and his re-election. The Supreme Court ruled that President Trump is not immune from a Manhattan district attorney's attempt to get financial records as part of an investigation into alleged hush money payments, and therefore, he is not above the law. But it also ruled that House Democrats could not subpoena Trump's financial records as it investigates possible ties to Russian entities. Both cases were sent to lower courts. What happens now? Aired on 7/9/2020. Dr. Cameron Webb is taking care of COVID-19 patients at the University of Virginia Hospital, and now he's also the Democratic nominee for Congress in Virginia's 5th District, which Trump won in 2016. Webb says you can't choose your moments in politics. "The crisis in healthcare, the crisis of racial injustice all over our country. I'm a physician, I'm a healer by background, and I've focused my entire career being at the intersection of healthcare and social justice. I think the timing is right."