‘If Trump’s abuse of power … isn’t impeachable, nothing is’: Pa’s Scanlon says as Judiciary Committee votes to impeach Trump
Pennsylvania's two Democratic members of the Judiciary Committee voted yes. The state's lone Republican voted no, foreshadowing the floor fight to come.
Pa. Rep. Conor Lamb says he’s a ‘yes’ on impeachment
"The articles were pretty carefully written and ... they match the evidence that I’ve spent a lot of time reviewing,” Lamb said. “And so I intend to support both articles,"
Pa. Rep. Scanlon says Trump’s behavior ‘exactly what our founders feared’ as House panel takes up impeachment
Pennsylvania has three members of Congress taking part in the historic proceedings before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee.
Abuse of power, bribery, obstruction: Democrats’ impeachment plan takes shape
The hearing comes after the House Intelligence Committee approved a report Tuesday night that details allegations that Trump abused his power by pressuring Ukraine’s president to investigate Trump’s political rival.