The US House pressed toward its historic votes to impeach President Donald Trump on Wednesday, arguing over the charges he faces and the legitimacy of the probe that brought Congress and the day that was to leave a lasting mark on his tenure at the White House.
President Donald Trump was impeached by the US House of Representatives on Wednesday night, becoming only the third American chief executive to be formally charged under the Constitution’s ultimate
Global stock markets mostly dipped on Thursday after the US House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump and the central banks of Japan and Britain kept their interest rates low.
Surprise, surprise, the US government — over the last three presidential administrations — has lied to us about progress in the Afghan war, the longest conflict in American history.
An enraged US President Donald Trump said he was being subjected to an “attempted coup” and a witch trial as Democrats set a historic Impeachment vote for Wednesday.
Prior to Wednesday, when the spectre of impeachment was still hovering over Republican hearts like a death-summoning pall, some conservatives tried very hard to deny the political gravity of what it would mean for Donald Trump
Although a poor potential candidate, former US vice president Joe Biden remains front runner for the Democratic party’s nomination to stand against Republican Donald Trump in the November 2020 presidential election.
At the same time, Turkey and Russia have managed to work closely on the Syrian conflict despite supporting opposing sides, and are expected to seek a similar balancing act with regards to Libya.
Gargash said on Twitter, “In light of the rapid regional developments, wisdom, balance and political solutions must prevail over confrontation and escalation. The issues facing the region are complex and suffer from a loss of confidence between the parties. Rational engagement requires a calm approach that is free from emotions.”