As every day brings new testimony from former members of the Trump Administration that confirms there was widespread acknowledgment that what the President and his agents were doing in Ukraine was wrong, new questions emerge. How much more testimony will be required before an impeachment vote will take place? What will be the scope of the charges brought? How will the Congress deal with the refusal of central players in this drama–like Rudy Giuliani–to comply with subpoenas? How is this all impacting our standing in the world? Join us for a one-on-one conversation with Congressman Jim Himes of Connectictut, one of the most thoughtful and prominent voices on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. It is on the news and you won’t want to miss it.
January 31, 2020
Impeachment Surprise: Acquittal or Conviction Are Far From the Only Two Possible Outcomes of the Senate Trial
January 24, 2020