The third impeachment trial of a US president is now underway in the Senate. Gene Healy, Vice President at the Cato Institute in Washington, outlines the benefits of the impeachment process and why it should be possible to fire a president.
Trump has warned John Kelly to keep his mouth shut. Kelly had sprung to the defense of national security aide Alexander Vindman, who testified against Trump in the Democrats' impeachment inquiry, only to be fired.
Donald Trump will stay in office after the majority of the US Senate voted "not guilty" at the end of his impeachment trial. Republican lawmaker Mitt Romney broke party ranks to vote against Trump.
The US Senate voted against hearing additional testimony from witnesses in Donald Trump's impeachment trial. The Republican-dominated body is set to decide on the US president's acquittal in the final vote next week.
The US Senate is set to vote on whether to call witnesses in Trump's impeachment trial. The outcome could prompt new and potentially damaging testimony — or bring a swift end to the trial. DW breaks down what to expect.
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