Donald Trump

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U.S. Representative Jim Himes from Connecticut has called for the impeachment of President Trump. He says the investigation is worth it, even if it doesn’t end in Trump’s removal from office.

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New York, Connecticut and 18 other states filed briefs this week in support of a lawsuit challenging President Trump’s diversion of federal funds to construct a southern border wall.

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The New York State legislature took final action on measures that could be used against President Trump and his associates, including a backdoor way for Congress to view the President’s tax returns.

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Two bills that challenge President Donald Trump and his policies are advancing in the New York State Assembly.

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Two bills approved in the State Senate Wednesday could affect President Donald Trump and his associates. One would permit the state tax department to give the president’s New York tax returns to congressional committees. The other would ensure that anyone the president pardons for federal crimes could still be prosecuted for crimes committed in New York State.  

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