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President Donald Trump singled out Arizona Republican Reps. Andy Biggs and Debbie Lesko for their support throughout the impeachment case that ended in his acquittal in the Senate.
PHOENIX – During a triumphant speech one day after his impeachment acquittal, President Donald Trump gave shout-outs to a pair of Arizona congressional loyalists Thursday.
PHOENIX — Arizona political leaders were quick to respond Wednesday after President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial came to a close when the Senate voted against removing him from office.
As expected, opinions were split along party lines.
WASHINGTON – For Michael Waldman, a speechwriter for former President Bill Clinton, the guests at the State of the Union address are “often as interesting as what’s on stage.”
“You can tell lot of the message from the stagecraft,” said Waldman, now the president of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University’s School of Law.
The confluence of the State of the Union speech by President Trump and the failed impeachment efforts of the left gives us a clear vision of where America is today.
PHOENIX – Teachers, a veteran, a widow and a mother who lost a first responder son to a drunk driver will be among the guests of Arizona’s congressional delegation Tuesday night when President Donald Trump delivers his State of the Union.
Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema invited retired U.S. Air Force Major Gen. Ted Maxwell.
President Donald Trump is on deck to deliver his third State of the Union, and what he’ll say about impeachment is the big question of the night.
Whether he lets fly with the “i”-word or avoids it, congressional Democrats are trying to move on — or at least that’s what they’re signaling with the guests they’ve invited.
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo accused the Senate's impeachment trial for President Trump, on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, of not being a real trial on Monday because of the lack of witnesses during the Senate's deliberations.
The Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) is a national network of more than 700,000 pro-life Americans. The group’s president, Marjorie Dannenfelser, launched the group to help pro-life women win elected office.