Author Archive: Janet

John Bolton hopes Soleimani strike ‘first step to regime change in Tehran’

John Bolton praised the killing of Qassem Soleimani and voiced hope it could lead to “regime change” in Iran – a longtime goal of President Trump’s former national security adviser.

Continue reading →

Protester to Adam Schiff on Capitol Hill: ‘Move to Venezuela, Mr. Schiff!’

Several angry protesters got up close and personal with House impeachment manager Adam Schiff on Capitol Hill during President Trump’s Senate trial, calling the California Democrat a “liar,” among other things, and advising him to “Move to Venezuela!”

Continue reading →

Could Roe v. Wade be overturned? Hundreds of members of Congress sign amicus brief ahead of key SCOTUS case

Several hundred members of Congress filed “amicus,” or supporting, briefs in a closely watched upcoming Supreme Court case that could decide the future of abortion access.

Continue reading →

Schiff refers to CBS ‘head on pike’ story, infuriating GOP: ‘Every one of us knows it is not true’

Senate Republicans — including potential swing-voters — expressed outrage Friday after lead House Impeachment Manager Adam Schiff, D-Calif., referred in his closing remarks at President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial to a report that GOP members were told they’d face dire consequences if they voted to convict the president.

Continue reading →

Republican senator: no rules, many options for Trump impeachment trial

Sunday Republican Senator John Kennedy, a frequent defender of President Donald Trump, said there were no real rules for how the U.S. Senate should run its impeachment trial and that the chamber could choose to hear witnesses and evidence.

Continue reading →

Joni Ernst calls out Democrats over aid to Ukraine: ‘Hypocrisy is on full display’

Demonrats claim that the Trump administration broke America’s promise to protect Ukraine from Russia by withholding military aid is just an example of the party’s hypocrisy, Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, claimed Thursday.

Continue reading →

Trump, Putin discussed Russia attack, arms control, relations

U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the state of relations between their two countries in a phone call instigated by Putin, the White House said on Monday.

Continue reading →

Sen. Josh Hawley: Nadler basically accused senators of treason before Chief Justice Roberts admonished him

Wednesday Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that he had never seen U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts admonish litigators the way had admonished House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y. and members of President Trump’s legal team near the end of the first day of the Senate impeachment trial.

Continue reading →

Biden Would Pick Obama for Supreme Court ‘If He’d Take It’

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said he would nominate Barack Obama to the Supreme Court if he won the White House next year — and if the 44th president wanted the job.

Continue reading →

Impeachment-weary Trump tees off on ‘sleazebags’ Nadler and Schiff, says he’d ‘love’ to attend trial

President Trump slammed the House impeachment managers prosecuting the case against him as “sleazebags” during an impromptu press conference at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Wednesday — while saying he’d “love” to attend his ongoing Senate trial back home.

Continue reading →