From “The Daily 202” podcast: Several GOP senators say privately that it would be much better to limit the trial and quickly vote to acquit Trump, rather than engage in what could become a political circus.
From “The Daily 202” podcast: The nation saw a split screen Tuesday, in which Nancy Pelosi dashed from a somber announcement of articles of impeachment against the president to a jubilant proclamation of a revised North American trade accord.
House Democrats unveiled two articles of impeachment against the president on Tuesday: abuse of power and obstruction during Congress’s investigation of Trump’s interactions with Ukraine. Aaron Blake explains the latest on "Post Reports."
House Democrats announced articles on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in its investigation of his conduct regarding Ukraine. On “Can He Do That?” reporter Mike DeBonis explains what the articles mean, why they matter and what happens next.
From “The Daily 202” podcast: Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee laid the groundwork for their charges Monday in a daylong hearing that showcased how partisan the proceedings have become.
In several conversations in recent months, Attorney General William P. Barr has counseled Trump in general terms that Giuliani has become a liability and a problem for the administration, according to multiple people familiar with the conversations.
This week, the impeachment inquiry offered plenty of new revelations. On “Can He Do That?” reporter Amber Phillips unravels Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s news conference, the debate over the Constitution, new call logs from the president’s lawyer, and more.
From “The Daily 202” podcast: Pelosi becomes the reluctant face of the impeachment effort, and phone records renew concerns over security of Trump’s calls.
From “The Daily 202” podcast: Top White House officials met with GOP senators Wednesday to discuss strategy for a likely Senate trial.
On "Post Reports," Shane Harris interprets the House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment report and analyzes the first Judiciary Committee hearing on impeachment, where legal scholars testified about the Constitutional roots of impeachment.
From "The Daily 202" podcast: As the impeachment inquiry moves to the Judiciary Committee, the hearings will feature a new cast of characters. Plus, what the Intelligence Committee report says about Giuliani's phone records.
On "Post Reports," Rosalind S. Helderman traces the origin of Rudolph W. Giuliani’s involvement in Ukraine.
Trump and his lawyers won’t be part of Wednesday’s hearing. Have we ever before seen a president’s legal team absent from impeachment proceedings? On “Can He Do That?” Paul Kane explains how Trump’s approach is different.
From "The Daily 202" podcast: House Republicans prepared a preemptive rebuttal Monday to Democratic allegations that President Trump abused his power and acted in contempt of Congress, arguing that the president did nothing wrong.
On "Post Reports," Congressional reporter Mike DeBonis discusses the Trump administration's decision to not participate in the House Judiciary Committee’s first impeachment hearing Wednesday.
From "The Daily 202" podcast: by the end of this month, more than 500 Ukrainian prosecutors will be out of their jobs as part of sweeping professional reviews under Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
From "The Daily 202" podcast: President Trump knew about the whistleblower's complaint before he reluctantly unfroze the military aid to Ukraine.
The White House’s review of President Trump’s decision to hold up Ukraine military aid showed an extensive effort to justify the move. On the “Can He Do That?” podcast Carol Leonnig explains what we know about the White House Counsel’s findings.
On "Post Reports," Amber Phillips outlines what comes next in the impeachment process.
From "The Daily 202" podcast: a federal court ruled last night that former Trump White House counsel Donald McGahn must comply with a House subpoena.