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Igor Bobic

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Recent articles by Igor:

Democrats Growing Nervous About Next Week's Vote On Trial Witnesses

They're not confident about winning enough Republican support to subpoena witnesses and new documents in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump. → Read More

Historic Senate Impeachment Trial Of President Donald Trump To Begin

Republicans have all but promised the swift acquittal of the president, who is charged with using the power of his office to further his political ambitions. → Read More

Mitch McConnell Proposes Quick Impeachment Trial With No Guaranteed Witnesses

Senators will be able to call for witnesses, but making them actually testify will require Republican support. → Read More

Supreme Court Chief Justice, Senators Sworn In Ahead Of Trump Impeachment Trial

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the trial will begin "in earnest" on Tuesday. → Read More

Texas Senator Disagrees With Gov. Greg Abbott Over Refugees

But John Cornyn said it's ultimately the governor's call whether to allow the resettlement of refugees in Texas. → Read More

GOP Senator Blasts Proposed Limits On Press During Impeachment Trial

“I think it’s a huge mistake," Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) said of possible restrictions on the media. → Read More

Senate Looks Poised To Limit War With Iran

President Donald Trump is expected to veto the measure, however. → Read More

House Votes To Limit Iran War

The war powers resolution approved Thursday, however, is unlikely to tie President Donald Trump's hands. → Read More

Angry GOP Senator Trashes 'Insulting' Trump Administration Briefing On Iran

Sen. Mike Lee, a Utah Republican, called it “probably the worst briefing, at least on a military issue, I’ve seen.” → Read More

Senate Democrats Signal They're Ready For Impeachment Trial To Start

Sen. Dianne Feinstein said she didn't "think there’s much more to be gained" by continuing to delay the proceedings. → Read More

Mitch McConnell Unites Republicans On Impeachment Trial Rules

Senate Republicans are prepared to move forward with an impeachment trial without a guarantee on witness testimony as Democrats had demanded. → Read More

Mitt Romney Says He Wants To Hear John Bolton Testify At Trump's Impeachment Trial

"He's got firsthand information; I think that would be helpful," the Utah senator said. → Read More

Congress Begins New Year With No Deal On Trump's Impeachment Trial

Leaders of both parties are at an impasse over whether to guarantee witness testimony. → Read More

GOP Sen. Susan Collins Sides With Mitch McConnell On Impeachment Trial

The Maine senator said she's "open" to calling witnesses at President Trump's trial, but argued it’s too early to decide definitely. → Read More

Democrats Home In On Rudy Giuliani's Meddling In Ukraine

They want to know why the president's personal attorney was trying to dig up dirt on Joe Biden. → Read More

Senate Votes, Again, To Terminate Trump's Border Emergency Declaration

The president, though, is likely to veto the resolution that passed with bipartisan backing. → Read More

Impeachment Fervor Starts Spreading To The Senate

Several Senate Democrats, including Minority Whip Dick Durbin, said Tuesday they support beginning impeachment proceedings against Trump. → Read More

Donald Trump Mocks Mitt Romney For Losing To Barack Obama

The president took a dig at the Utah senator on Twitter after he expressed mild criticism of Trump's Ukraine phone call. → Read More

Democratic Front-Runners Spar On Stage For The First Time In Key Presidential Debate

The much-anticipated confrontation between leading 2020 candidates Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders never really came to fruition. → Read More

Trump Under Pressure To Lay Out Path Forward On Gun Legislation

The president is expected to be briefed on potential gun control proposals this week. → Read More