A lone Republican voted against impeaching Philly DA Larry Krasner
When the Pennsylvania House of Representatives voted Wednesday to impeach Democratic Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner, a lone Republican voted “no.” Although the historic measure passed 107-85 over the objections of Democrats, state Rep. Mike Puskaric, R-Allegheny, broke ranks and voted against the action, which he said he believed would set a disastrous precedent for […]
Pa. House votes 107-85 to impeach Philly DA Larry Krasner; Senate will hold trial
'They have impeached me without presenting a single shred of evidence connecting our policies to any uptick in crime,' Krasner said.
U.S. House Dems say they have the votes to impeach Trump; What Pa. lawmakers say
There are 222 Democrats in the House and 211 Republicans, with one race still undecided and one vacancy, so Democrats would need 217 votes.
What happens in the Senate now that the House has impeached Trump: 5 questions answered
Now that impeachment has reached the Senate, Mitch McConnell will play a huge role in what happens next.
What Pa’s U.S. House delegation said about Wednesday’s impeachment vote
The articles now go to the U.S. Senate, where observers believe President Donald Trump will be swiftly acquitted.
The U.S. House is voting on the Trump impeachment. Where Pa’s House delegation stands, what they’re saying
On Wednesday. the majority-Democrat House will vote on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. Most observers agree the chamber will vote on party lines to send the charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress to the U.S. Senate for trial. Those same observers believe that the majority-Republican Senate will swiftly vote […]
Trump impeachment: This is why the U.S. Senate is not a neutral jury | Analysis
Democrats blasted Senate leader Mitch McConnell for saying the GOP would run an impeachment trial as President Trump wished. But senators are not held to a juror's neutrality standard during a trial.