Trump had no patience for White House lawyers' warnings that a plot to have Mike Pence overturn the election might cause violence.
“The mayor was definitely intoxicated,” Trump senior adviser Jason Miller said in testimony to the House Jan. 6 Select Committee.
A Watergate prosecutor has thoughts on those 7 hours of missing White House records from Jan. 6.
CEO John Poulos said the company’s latest lawsuit is “definitely not the last.”
These unlucky loyalists are now facing the consequences on their own, after Trump has left the building.
But don't rule out secret pardons.
“Those were outrageous comments that those individuals, including the president of the United States, made,” Karl Racine said of the speeches at Trump's “March to Save America” rally on January 6.
State Rep. Cynthia Johnson shared screenshots and audio of hundreds of messages she's received in the past week—including one calling for her to be lynched.
Giuliani's indicted associate flatly contradicted more of team Trump's explanation about what they were going after in Ukraine.
“Giuliani specifically mentioned the 2016 election (including the DNC server) and Burisma as two anti-corruption investigatory topics of importance for the president.”
Here's the ambassador's opening statement, released ahead of his hotly anticipated appearance before Congress as part of Trump’s impeachment inquiry.
They run the spectrum from experienced American diplomats to a Soviet-born businessman who trades in coffee and baby food.