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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The President angles for a dismissal


The impeachment drama is about to enter a new phase: the Senate trial. But the fight over what rules will govern the proceedings continues. The White House now wants to preserve the option of moving to swiftly dismiss the charges against President Donald Trump after opening arguments. Meanwhile, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is working to keep his conference unified...


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Finally, the Senate trial is coming


After a contentious standoff, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi finally signaled that she will transmit the articles of impeachment, which will likely trigger the Senate trial next week. What did the Democrats gain with their delay? CNN political director David Chalian and CNN national security reporter Jeremy Herb discuss the mood among moderate GOP Senators...


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Is Pelosi's slow-play paying off?


The Speaker of the House is taking her time. Despite pressure to transmit the articles of impeachment, Nancy Pelosi announced that she'll act "soon" when she's "ready." Meanwhile, President Trump is contemplating who should defend him at the Senate trial...


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Pelosi and McConnell continue high-stakes staring match


They're both political heavyweights and neither seem prepared to budge. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi continues to hold on to the articles of impeachment, while Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refuses to commit to witnesses at the trial...


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McConnell keeps his party in line


The Senate majority leader is unflappable. Despite pressure stemming from both John Bolton's willingness to testify and constant criticism from Democratic leaders, Mitch McConnell is confident he can start the impeachment trial without committing to witnesses...


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John Bolton has something to say on impeachment


Ambassador John Bolton shocked the world today. The former National Security Advisor, who reportedly described the Trump administration's efforts to pressure Ukraine as a 'drug deal,' announced that he was willing to testify at the upcoming Senate trial if he's subpoenaed...


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Impeachment and the 2020 election.


Two major political dramas are overlapping - the impeachment of President Trump and the 2020 presidential race...


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How we got here


President Donald Trump made history when he became just the third U.S. president to be impeached by the House of Representatives. This week, CNN political director David Chalian and CNN senior writer Zach Wolf revisit the dramatic moments that led up to this consequential event, providing important context and analysis along the way.


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Schumer touts 'explosive' new evidence


The July 25th phone call between Presidents Trump and Zelensky is one of the most scrutinized events in American history. Yet, new details about that day are emerging. Should Democrats have waited to learn more before proceeding with impeachment? Plus, will impeachment galvanize Trump supporters? CNN senior writer Zach Wolf discusses the latest developments with CNN reporter and producer Marshall Cohen and CNN political analyst Sarah Isgur. Subscribe to Zach's impeachment newsletter at cnn...


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 2019-12-23  23m
 
 

What is Nancy Pelosi up to?


Impeachment has become a waiting game, as both parties maneuver to shape the Senate trial, testing President Trump's patience. Meanwhile, candidates at the Democratic presidential debate tried to move past the effort to remove President Trump from office. But will their early advocacy for impeachment help or hurt them at the polls? CNN senior writer Zach Wolf makes sense of the road ahead with CNN reporter & producer Marshall Cohen and CNN political analyst Seung Min Kim...


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