U.S. Senator Cory Booker says there’s nothing untoward on the side of Joe Biden and his son Hunter -- when it comes to the story of Trump asking Ukraine to investigate Biden. “That this president is trying to change the subject, and he was willing to put national security interests at stake in order to pursue his petty political agenda… It's unacceptable, and if it proves true, then I think it's also an impeachable offense,” Booker says.
Presidential hopeful Cory Booker on impeachment and child poverty
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Text messages about Ukraine by White House officials: Do they show quid pro quo?
Speaking with reporters today, President Trump said Congress does have the votes to impeach him, but predicted he would win in a trial in the senate.
Whistleblower claims interference in audits of tax returns from Trump and Pence
There’s another whistleblower complaint in Washington. This time, from an IRS official.
Presidential hopeful Cory Booker on impeachment, and why he’s not worried about lagging in polls
The Trump-Ukraine saga continues as former Ukraine Special Envoy Kurt Volker released text messages on Thursday showing the administration considered withholding aid and...
‘The Joker’ is shallow and not worth the controversy, says critic
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