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The Memo: Day One shows conflicting narratives on impeachment

The third impeachment trial of an American president got underway in earnest on Tuesday, amid an atmosphere of instant recrimination and polarization.One small exception came when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) made a last-minute… Source: The Hill

Trump at Davos sends warning shot to Europe on trade

President Trump is leaning on the strong U.S. economy to project strength among the global elite as he gears up for a bruising reelection battle and a new round of tense trade negotiations with the European Union.Trump delivered a stark warning to… Source: The Hill

Trump's split-screen presidency takes stark form in impeachment

Impeachment is shadowing President Trump, whether he’s meeting with economic leaders in Switzerland or college football stars at the White House.Trump has kept busy over the last two weeks, but impeachment has still seeped into his day-to-day… Source: The Hill

Trump tweets 'read the transcripts' from Davos as impeachment trial begins

President Trump on Tuesday offered an all caps rallying cry as his impeachment trial in the Senate commenced with a debate over rules, urging his Twitter followers to read the transcripts.The president sent the tweet as he made his way back to… Source: The Hill

Trump has no plans to meet with Zelensky at Davos

President Trump says he isn’t planning to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.“I didn’t know he was here. I don’t think we had it planned,” Trump told The Wall Street Journal in an… Source: The Hill

Trump says he doesn't know 'very angry' Greta Thunberg

President Trump on Tuesday said he didn’t know anything about Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg but called her “very angry” in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.“I don’t really know anything about her,” Trump said of Thunberg when… Source: The Hill

Parnas attorney asks William Barr to recuse himself from investigation

A lawyer for Lev Parnas, an associate of President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, is asking Attorney General William Barr to recuse himself from an investigation into alleged campaign finance violations against Parnas.Joseph Bondy made the… Source: The Hill

Trump, Pence visit MLK memorial

President Trump and Vice President Pence visited the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in West Potomac Park on Monday, where they were greeted by cheering supporters.Video of the two showed the president and vice president arriving at the… Source: The Hill

Poll: 51 percent of Americans say Senate should convict and remove Trump

A majority of Americans say that the Senate should vote to convict and remove President Trump, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS. The survey, which was released on Monday, a day before the Senate impeachment trial convenes,… Source: The Hill

Kellyanne Conway: Martin Luther King would oppose impeaching Trump

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said on Martin Luther King Jr. Day that the late civil rights icon would not support impeaching President Trump.The comment came after Conway was asked by a reporter Monday how the president plans to… Source: The Hill

Trump lawyers urge senators to swiftly acquit Trump in impeachment trial

President Trump’s lawyers on Monday filed a brief urging the Senate to “swiftly” reject the impeachment charges against him, casting the articles as “flimsy” and accusing House Democrats of a partisan effort to damage Trump ahead of the… Source: The Hill

Read: Trump impeachment trial memorandum

President Trump’s lawyers in a memorandum released Monday called the articles of impeachment passed by the House “an affront to the Constitution and to our democratic institutions.””The Articles themselves—and the rigged process that brought them… Source: The Hill

Trump rails against impeachment in speech to Texas farmers

President Trump lashed out at congressional Democrats over his impeachment on Sunday during an address to the American Farm Bureau in Austin, Texas.In a roughly 45-minute speech to the crowd Sunday afternoon, Trump rattled off a list of… Source: The Hill

Trump administration planning to crack down on 'birth tourism': report

The Trump administration is reportedly planning to unveil a rule this week aimed at cracking down on “birth tourism” — a term referring to pregnant women travelling to the U.S. in order to give birth and secure U.S. citizenship for their child…. Source: The Hill

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