(The Washington Post)
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The president’s lawyer has used his singular perch to try to influence U.S. policy and criminal investigations — at times pushing the interests of foreign figures who could benefit him financially.
The diplomatic community is gearing up for witnesses to be called to testify in a likely Senate impeachment trial, and raising money to cover legal fees.
The president said his personal lawyer “has found plenty.”
  • Perspective
In the House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearing, Democrats and Republicans are likely to reveal starkly different views of federal employees.
The Democrats worry party leaders are not adequately defending them with ads of their own.
  • Analysis
Democrats ought not underestimate President Trump’s capacity to use it to attack them and fire up his base.
  • Analysis
Moderates want the articles to focus narrowly on Ukraine while liberals want them to encompass the Mueller report in an internal debate that has roiled House Democrats for months.
Former New York mayor’s trip to the country at the center of the impeachment scandal sends a brazen signal of disregard for House proceedings.
  • Analysis
This was the week House Democrats shifted from an impeachment inquiry into actual impeachment.
President Trump had until 5 p.m. Friday to decide whether to allow a lawyer to testify before the House Judiciary panel before it determines articles of impeachment.
The president has routinely spoken to Giuliani and others on cellphones vulnerable to monitoring, according to current and former officials.
The professors signed on to an open letter posted by the nonprofit group Protect Democracy.
  • Analysis
Republican lawmakers articulated what has been a trend.
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'No one is above the law': Pelosi asks House to proceed with articles of impeachment against Trump
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) delivered a statement Dec. 5 outlining next steps in the House impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
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