In an interview with The Washington Post, the House speaker indicates that efforts to remove Donald Trump from office must be bipartisan.
The probe targets "threats to the rule of law" in all facets of the president's life, committee chair says. Trump dismisses the effort.
The Judiciary Committee will "initiate investigations into abuses of power, into corruption," Chairman Jerrold Nadler says.
With the president's national emergency declaration issued Friday morning, legal scholars argue that there's no time to lose.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., argues "[We] do not need to wait on the outcome of that criminal investigation before moving forward."
If Mueller proves he helped rig the election, it's not enough to remove him from office. His entire term must deemed illegitimate.
The guilty plea of former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen and the fraud conviction of onetime campaign chair Paul Manafort are presenting a loyalty test for Republicans, while Democrats fear calls for impeachment will galvanize GOP voters in November.