The White House pulls Elaine McCusker’s nomination amid the Ukraine aftermath.

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Norman Eisen has been the man behind the hearings and the impeachment briefs. He deserves recognition.

Trump recognizes zero obligation to temper his rhetoric, even to avoid the very worst.


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A pattern of presidential misbehavior has become a crisis in the rule of law.

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The Alabama Democrat insists he didn't consider politics when he made his vote.

The former White House chief of staff knows Trump is guilty, just as we all do.

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The suggestion that the president’s actions are criminal is ironic on several levels.

  • Jonathan Turley
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  • Opinion

They were supposed to serve at the pleasure of the president. And Trump is within his rights to expect loyalty.

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Trump's opponents must resist the temptation to respond in kind to Trump's contempt and cynicism.

  • Nancy Gibbs
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Trump’s narcissism won’t allow him to put anyone else’s interests above his own.

  • George T. Conway III
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  • Letters to the Editor
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  • Opinion

Words aren’t enough. We need laws specifically prohibiting foreign interference and its acceptance by future candidates.

  • Jeffrey H. Smith and John B. Bellinger III
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  • Opinion

Trump is making an example of everyone who exposed him in the past so he can get away with worse in the future.

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We’ve been distracted from Trump’s other bad deeds.

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The People’s House will always insist that no one is above the law.

  • Nancy Pelosi
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  • Opinion

How it is possible that they didn’t get up and walk out?

  • James B. Comey
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  • Opinion

President Trump's remorse was plain for all to see.

Trump is a man of the lowest character — and his partisans cheer.

Sen. Chris Murphy sounds the alarm about another hidden abuse.

  • Opinion

In voting to remove President Trump, the senator from Utah did what he thought was right.

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