President Trump appears to be seen briefly on cell phone video NBC News has obtained from Les Parnas via his attorney. After the video appears to briefly capture the president on camera at a small donor dinner, the audio, which is over an hour long,
NBC News has obtained audio released by Lev Parnas through his attorney that appears to show President Trump ordering the firing of U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. NBC News national political reporter Josh Lederman reveals what else is heard
Former Sen. Claire McCaskill and MSNBC's Chris Matthews talk to Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., about how he received the three days of arguments from the House managers, and the points of the defense team that are resonating with him.
Sen. Mitt Romney indicated Saturday that he is likely to vote to call witnesses in Trump's impeachment trial, but would not commit to doing so just yet. I think it's very likely I'll be in favor of witnesses but I havent made a decision finally yet
Garrett Haake reports on the state of the Senate chamber during the presentation by President Donald Trump's legal team in the impeachment trial, saying they were more alert and attentive and were aking cues from the White House legal team.
Brian Williams, former Sen. Claire McCaskill and former Rep. Carlos Curbello discuss how some GOP senators said Rep. Adam Schiff insulted them during the trial on Friday night by repeating an anonymously sourced report that the White House had threatened
Following the opening statements by President Donald Trump's defense team, Senator Chris Murphy, D-CT., said that the lawyers 'peddled Russian propaganda' and helped make the case for witness testimony.
Sen. Tim Kaine joins Ari Melber and an MSNBC panel to discuss President Donald Trump's impeachment trial. The Virginia senator expresses a desire for his Republican colleagues to request evidence in the trial, including documents, and to treat it at
The House managers finished their opening arguments in their case against President Donald Trump, as recording has surfaced of a voice that appears to be that of President Donald Trump ordering aides to get rid of U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie
Joseph Bondy, attorney for Lev Parnas, joins Rachel Maddow and an MSNBC panel to discuss audio from 2018 that appears to show Donald Trump discussing Ukraine at a dinner attended by Parnas, and what this new material means to the Donald Trump impeachment
Joseph Bondy, attorney for Lev Parnas, joins Rachel Maddow and an MSNBC panel to discuss audio from 2018 that appears to show Donald Trump asking Parnas about how Ukraine would fare against Russia without U.S. aid.
A recording reportedly made in April 2018 appears to corroborate indicted Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas' account of a dinner in which President Trump ordered an aide to get rid of then-Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. Rachel Maddow airs a
Rachel Maddow shares audio first published by ABC News that appears to show Donald Trump ordering the removal of U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch as part of an exchange with Lev Parnas. Joseph Bondy, attorney for Parnas, joins an MSNBC panel
Lawrence ODonnell says that Democrats have done a great job of outlining the specifics of the evidence and outlining the general principles. Lawrence also brings up the challenges Democrats face during the impeachment trial on Saturday.
Chris Matthews says Democratic impeachment manager Rep. Adam Schiff is arguing that Pres. Trump's actions are part of a pattern that will only stop if he is removed from office. Matthews says Schiff is telling Republicans, Not only did he do this and you
In this The Beat Breakdown: Trump on Trial, MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber reports the key moments from the Democrats case against Trump, including showing key evidence that aligns with Rep. Adam Schiffs dramatic closing. Melber also shows
NBC News' Geoff Bennett shares reporting from Capitol Hill, saying that Senate Republicans are expressing growing confidence that the Democrats effort to call for new witnesses and testimony will be thwarted.
A voice that appears to be that of President Donald Trump ordered aides to get rid of U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch after two now-indicted Rudy Giuliani associates told him she had been badmouthing him, according to an audiotape reviewed