Tennessee’s two Democratic representatives voted with the majority in favor of impeaching the president for inciting an insurrection. Not a single Tennessee Republican voted in favor of the measure.
President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser John Bolton believes the U.S. House of Representatives committed “impeachment malpractice.” Bolton’s remarks Wednesday at Vanderbilt University received criticism from another former adviser, Susan Rice.
The Senator from Tennessee said in a statement that he got to his final decision after hearing the arguments from both sides.
The partisan divide over impeachment comes as no surprise. But a bit of a gap has also opened up between the Tennessee senators who are engaged in the impeachment trial.
A day before the U.S. House of Representatives is expected to impeach President Donald Trump, a new Vanderbilt University poll shows most Tennesseans do not want that. Vanderbilt reached the conclusion by surveying 1,000 registered voters from all across Tennessee.
Tennessee Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander said he has yet to make a decision on whether President Donald Trump should be impeached. Alexander has been hesitant to weigh in on how he’d vote during the expected impeachment trial in the Senate. Talking to reporters in Nashville on Friday, Alexander reiterated his thoughts on the inquiry.
President Donald Trump still has the support of many Republicans in Tennessee. That’s amid the impeachment inquiry currently going on in Washington, D.C. 62-year-old James Lively, a retired factory worker living in Murfreesboro, is one of them.
“24 Hours of Reality: Truth in Action.” That’s the name of a world-wide educational event former Vice President Al Gore launched Wednesday in Nashville.
On a recent chilly afternoon last week at Nashville’s Centennial Park, Sean Michel was walking his dog with a friend. This was also the first day of impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump. Michel didn’t hesitate to share his thoughts on impeachment.
Liar. Corrupt. Immoral. Those are some of the terms Democrats in Congress are using to describe President Donald Trump, as they weigh impeaching him.