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Op-Ed: Blatantly interfering in U.S. election is grounds for impeachment

Interference in the U.S. election process is the most dangerous threat to our democracy - but never mind China or Russia meddling in our elections. Our biggest threat is the man we elected to protect our Constitution, President Donald Trump.

Trump recalls EU ambassador who testified at his impeachment: US media

Washington - President Donald Trump on Friday dismissed a second government official who had testified in his impeachment probe, recalling ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, US media reported.

Trump takes impeachment victory lap over 'vicious' Democrats

Washington - President Donald Trump celebrated his impeachment acquittal Thursday in a rambling, emotional speech raging against the investigations that have overshadowed his entire administration.

Post-impeachment, how far will unleashed Trump go?

Washington - Donald Trump was acquitted of high crimes in his impeachment trial Wednesday -- but could the unpredictable president now decide he's above the law?The question hangs over a nervous, divided Washington.

In political triumph, Trump acquitted in impeachment trial

Washington - President Donald Trump was acquitted by the US Senate on Wednesday following a historic impeachment trial that shone a harsh light on America's divisions, without ever shaking the loyalty of his voter base.

Republican Romney says he'll vote to convict Trump

Washington - Republican Senator Mitt Romney of Utah said US President Donald Trump is guilty of an "appalling abuse of public trust" and he will vote to convict him later Wednesday at his Senate impeachment trial.

Trump set for Senate acquittal in boost for reelection fight

Washington - President Donald Trump was set to win acquittal from impeachment on Wednesday, hours after his partisan State of the Union speech triggered unprecedented protests from Democrats in a seething display of US political divisions.

Inviting rival to speech, Trump vows to 'smash' Venezuela's Maduro

Washington - US President Donald Trump vowed Tuesday to "smash" the rule of Venezuela’s leftist leader Nicolas Maduro as he welcomed his rival to his annual address before Congress.

Inviting rival to speech, Trump vows to 'smash' Venezuela's Maduro

Washington - US President Donald Trump vowed Tuesday to "smash" the rule of Venezuela’s leftist leader Nicolas Maduro as he welcomed his rival to his annual address before Congress.

Unity in shreds as triumphant Trump makes case for re-election

Washington - President Donald Trump's State of the Union address became a shocking display of US divisions Tuesday with Democrats protesting the Republican's boasts before their leader, Nancy Pelosi, ripped up her copy of the speech on live television.

Democrats, White House wrap up case at Trump Senate trial

Washington - Democratic prosecutors declaring "no one is above the law" went head to head with White House lawyers as closing arguments wrapped up at President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial, setting the stage for his likely acquittal on Wednesday.

Block placed on email details about Trump hold on Ukraine aid: media

Washington - US officials have cited presidential privilege in withholding details of 24 emails related to President Donald Trump's hold on military assistance to Ukraine, US media reported on Saturday.

Trump acquittal 'meaningless' without witnesses: top Senate Democrat

Washington - US President Donald Trump's expected acquittal in his impeachment trial will be a hollow victory if the trial does not call any witnesses, top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer said Friday.

Trump set for midweek acquittal after witnesses blocked

Washington - The US Senate on Friday rebuffed Democratic calls for new witnesses at President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, paving the way for his acquittal next week of charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

Claim of Trump's near-absolute power riles impeachment trial

Washington - A claim by one of Donald Trump's lawyers that the head of state has virtually unchallengeable power inflamed his impeachment trial as Democratic prosecutors prepared Thursday for a last bid to breach Republican loyalty to the president.

White House seeks to quash Bolton testimony at Trump trial

Washington - President Donald Trump's defense team, seeking a speedy acquittal at his Senate impeachment trial, resisted Democratic efforts on Wednesday to have former national security advisor John Bolton testify, arguing that it could prolong the divisive proceed...

Battle for witnesses looms as defense rests in Trump trial

Washington - The fight over calling witnesses to testify in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial intensified Tuesday after Trump's lawyers closed their defense calling the abuse of power charges against him politically motivated.

Bolton revelations roil Trump trial, witness push grows

Washington - Donald Trump's lawyers, eager to attain his swift acquittal, pushed back forcefully Monday against explosive new allegations from former national security advisor John Bolton, insisting the US president's dealings regarding Ukraine were not impeachable...

Trump denies telling Bolton Ukraine aid was tied to probe

Washington - President Donald Trump Monday denied that he told his former national security advisor John Bolton that military aid to Ukraine was tied to Kiev investigating his political rivals.

Bolton says Trump wanted to tie Ukraine aid to probe: report

Washington - Former national security advisor John Bolton alleges in a book draft that President Donald Trump wanted to freeze Ukrainian military aid until Kiev investigated his political rivals, The New York Times reported Sunday.

White House say voters should decide if Trump remains in office

Washington - White House lawyers began their defense of Donald Trump at his historic Senate impeachment trial on Saturday, saying the president did nothing wrong in his dealings with Ukraine and American voters -- not Congress -- should decide his fate.

Democrats wrap up case against 'imminent threat' Trump, his team up next

Washington - Donald Trump's lawyers prepared to deliver his first full-throated defense Saturday in the Senate's historic impeachment trial, after Democratic prosecutors spent three days making their case for the US president's removal from office.

What's next in the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump

Washington - The US Senate voted along party lines on Tuesday to set the rules for President Donald Trump's historic impeachment trial.

On impeachment day, Trump sees only 'joy and optimism' in Davos

Davos - From his mountain perch at the Davos conference on Tuesday, US President Donald Trump saw only a perfect world.Back in Washington, the Senate was about to enter the heart of the impeachment trial threatening his presidency.

Trump arrives in Davos hours before impeachment trial reopens

Davos - US President Donald Trump arrived in Davos on Tuesday for the annual WEF forum, where he was to give a keynote speech just hours before his impeachment trial kicks into high gear in Washington.

Ken Starr, celebrity lawyer Dershowitz join Trump defense team

Washington - Ken Starr, who was at the center of Bill Clinton's impeachment in the 1990s, and America's biggest celebrity lawyer Alan Dershowitz were announced Friday to be joining President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment defense.

Celebrity lawyer Dershowitz to defend Trump

Washington - America's most famous celebrity attorney, Alan Dershowitz, said Friday he would be part of the legal team defending President Donald Trump in his Senate impeachment trial.

During impeachment trial, Trump will be chilling in Swiss resort

Washington - Far from feeling the heat, President Donald Trump will be chilling in Davos, a fancy Swiss ski resort, when the Senate hears opening arguments in his impeachment trial next week.

Ukraine launches probe into alleged surveillance of ex US envoy

Kiev - Ukraine said Thursday it had launched an investigation into alleged illegal surveillance of former US ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, who is now a key figure in President Donald Trump's impeachment inquiry.

Trump impeachment articles delivered to Senate

Washington - Two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump were delivered from the US House to the Senate on Wednesday, setting in motion the trial of the 45th US president.
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