The Daily DC: Impeachment Watch

CNN's Political Director David Chalian and his colleagues bring you a daily update on impeachment proceedings, every evening, Monday through Friday. Stay informed on all the latest developments, as they unfold.

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'Don't mess with me' about 'hate' Pelosi says after green lighting impeachment


There's no turning back now. Speaker Nancy Pelosi instructed her House colleagues to draft articles of impeachment. What will those articles look like? Will obstruction of justice related to the Mueller investigation play a role? Plus, Pelosi has a heated exchange with a reporter about whether or not she hates President Trump. CNN political director David Chalian previews the consequential days ahead with CNN senior political reporter Nia-Malika Henderson and CNN legal analyst Michael Zeldin.


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What is impeachable? Experts weigh in


The impeachment inquiry has moved to a new venue: the House Judiciary Committee. Today, four legal scholars - including a Republican witness - provided historical context and explained the intentions of the Founding Fathers when they enshrined impeachment in the Constitution. Meanwhile, Democrats seemed poised to include obstruction charges in the case against President Trump...


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The impeachment report is out


There's "overwhelming" evidence of President Trump's misconduct, according to the impeachment report released today by the House Intelligence Committee. While the report paints a damning portrait of the president, none of the facts are new...


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The impeachment inquiry is America's Rorschach test


December marks the potential beginning of the end for the impeachment inquiry. With a self-imposed deadline looming, Democrats are likely preparing to draft articles of impeachment. Yet the White House is still resistant to participation...


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'Presidents are not kings,' judge declares


The courts have weighed in on the impeachment inquiry. A federal judge sided with Congressional Democrats, asserting that the White House can't block the testimony of Don McGhan. What are the other implications of the historic decision? Plus, why does a debunked conspiracy theory keep coming up? CNN senior writer Zach Wolf guest hosts and previews the next stage of the impeachment inquiry with CNN reporters Katelyn Polantz and Marshall Cohen.


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Are Democrats just going through the motions?


It seems that every politician in Washington has their mind made up on impeachment. Republicans continue to support Trump. Democrats are eager to wrap up the inquiry as soon as possible...


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The public hearings are over. Did Democrats make their case?


Democrats have essentially rested their case to the American people that President Trump should be impeached. Will it change any minds among Republicans in the House or Senate? And how is President Trump handling all this? Zachary Wolf, senior writer and publisher of the Impeachment Watch Newsletter, discusses the "never Trumpers" rhetoric the President is pushing with CNN reporter and producer Marshall Cohen...


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Witness warns a key GOP argument is actually Russian propaganda


The damning testimony continues as two new witnesses - both foreign policy professionals - appeared before the House Intelligence Committee today. Dr. Fiona Hill warned the House members that some of them were inexplicably believing a "fictional narrative" about 2016 election interference by Ukraine. David Holmes, meanwhile, provided colorful details about Gordon Sondland's phone call with President Trump...


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Does 2+2 = Quid Pro Quo?


Gordon Sondland didn't just drop a bombshell, he unleashed an artillery. In testimony that might change the dynamic of the impeachment inquiry, the Ambassador to the European Union confirmed the existence of a quid pro quo, linked President Trump to the effort to pressure Ukraine, and pointed a finger at senior administration officials like Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Vice President Mike Pence...


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They were on the call. Today, they testify.


Lt. Col. Vindman says he never thought he'd have to testify in front of Congress. But he was the center of attention on Tuesday as he described the Trump-Zelensky phone call as "inappropriate" and "improper." He added "I couldn't believe what I was hearing." His emotional testimony - including a reassurance to his Dad that he was safe from retribution - highlighted a revelatory day as three other witnesses appeared in public hearings...


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