Trump hasn’t said a word about the Justice Department's investigation into one of his fiercest defenders.
The New York Republican had been calling for Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s impeachment.
“We did not send him there to vote his conscience,” one Pennsylvania GOP chair said of Sen. Richard Burr.
The social media platform was removed from servers after the Capitol insurrection last month.
Trump’s legal team botched an easy layup. They were mocked and ridiculed. But now he's facing criminal probes in New York and Georgia.
Democrats had the votes to call a bombshell witness against Trump. Then they decided not to.
If all the Republicans who voted against Clinton turned on Trump, he’d be done.
Several Republican senators seemed bored by horrific images of violence during the Capitol riot.
Carlson went full conspiracy theorist, claiming that last summer's Black Lives Matter protests were based on a “carefully concocted myth.”
Never-before-seen graphic footage from the Jan. 6 attack also includes harrowing images of the mob searching the halls for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Trump himself reportedly exploded with rage at Bruce Castor’s performance—and was almost screaming over what he saw on television on Monday.
Republicans have a sneaky way to seal Trump’s fate in the Senate impeachment trial, even if they don’t have the guts to publicly vote against him.