Over the last few days there have been some suggestions that the process to impeach Donald Trump has already begun. The first hints come from Rep. Ted Lieu, who is a member of the House Judiciary Committee.
Earlier today the Washington Post broke the story that a senior adviser to Trump was among people investigators in the Trump-Russia case wanted to talk to. Because this "person of interest" was a current member of the White House administration, it eliminated many of the usual suspects: Page, Manafort, and Flynn.
Tom Prigg, who is running for the the Pennsylvania 12th District, contacted us at The Trump Impeachment to talk about, well, impeaching Trump.
Sally Yates will be interviewed tomorrow night at 8 PM by CNN's Anderson Cooper. This is the first television interview Yates has given since she was fired by Trump on January 20 for refusing to support his first Muslim ban.
Democratic insider Claude Taylor is now reporting that there is recorded evidence against three of Trump's children: Ivanka, Eric, and Donald Jr. He is claiming both an intelligence community source and a legal source telling him the same thing.
Legal experts argue that Sessions involvement in the firing of FBI Director James Comey could cost him his law license, which would be a major problem for the Attorney General.
After the shocking firing of FBI Director James Comey by Donald Trump, Republican Congressman Justin Amash (Mich.) tweeted that he is looking into legislation with a goal of establishing an independent commission on Russia.
Rep. Ted Lieu suggests that Donald Trump may have broken the witness intimidation law (18 USC 1512) when he tweeted about Sally Yates before her testimony at the Senate hearing yesterday.
Rep. Heck: "There is so much smoke, every smoke alarm in the house is going off. There is so much smoke in here, you can't see a foot in front of your face."
The news breaking today that Carter Page passed documents to a Russian intelligence operative shines new light on the abrupt firing of Preet Bharara in early March.