It was a groundbreaking week. President Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States alongside Kamala Harris, his barrier-breaking Vice President, both working to reunite the nation and combat the raging virus. As President Biden gets to work, lawmakers are still working to impeach his predecessor, former President Donald Trump. Our guest moderator Amna Nawaz of the PBS NewsHour discusses the inauguration with the panelists, as well as how the Biden administration is taking action.
History was made yesterday as President Donald Trump became the first president to be impeached twice. This came one week to the day after a mob of Trump supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol, disrupting but not stopping the counting of the Electoral College votes that confirmed Joe Biden's victory.
The push for an unprecedented second impeachment of President Trump took a dramatic bipartisan turn Tuesday, as several senior House Republicans joined the Democratic effort to remove Trump for his role in inciting an angry mob to storm the Capitol l
It was a chaotic week. As Congress met to confirm President-elect Joe Biden’s win, hundreds of President Trump’s supporters stormed into the Capitol to stop the electoral vote count, an event that stunned the nation. With just 12 days until Trump leaves office, Democrats are calling for him to resign, and calling for invoking the 25th Amendment or moving toward impeachment. Our guest moderator Yamiche Alcindor, discusses with the panel how the incident unfolded, and what deeper challenges could arise for Biden.