Donald Trump

The Case for Impeachment

Aug 16, 2018
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Impeachment is in the air. At least it has been raised as the country moves into the final leg of the mid-term elections. A new book as been written making the case for such constitutional action entitled, "The Constitution Demands It: The Case for the Impeachmnent of Donald Trump". Delmarva Public Radio's Don Rush caught up with one of the authors, constitutional attonrey Ron Fein with Free Speech For People to talk about actions he considers might be impeachable.

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BALTIMORE (AP) - Several cities are suing President Donald Trump's administration in federal court for allegedly sabotaging the Affordable Care Act.

The lawsuit was filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore on behalf of Baltimore; Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio, and Chicago. Residents of Charlottesville, Virginia, also are part of the lawsuit.

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - The head of a University of Virginia affiliate focused on presidential scholarship is defending his decision to hire a departing member of President Donald Trump's administration as a senior fellow.

Miller Center CEO William Antholis said in a statement Friday that he'd received significant backlash for hiring Trump's legislative affairs director Marc Short.

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Maryland's congressional delegation has asked President Donald Trump to consider awarding the nation's highest civilian honor to a woman credited with saving lives in the newspaper shooting that killed her and four others.

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia has resigned.

John Whitbeck announced Saturday that he was leaving his unpaid position next month. He's held the position since 2015.

The state GOP is fractured and did poorly in last year's state-level elections.

Many Republicans do not support Corey Stewart, a diehard supporter of President Donald Trump who recently won the GOP primary for this year's U.S. Senate race.

Stewart is a conservative provocateur who has frequently mocked members of his own party.

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - A tea party group backed by billionaire conservatives plans to sit out the U.S. Senate race in Virginia.

News outlets report that Americans for Prosperity will not support Republican nominee Corey Stewart as he tries to unseat incumbent Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine.

Americans for Prosperity has been supported by conservative industrialists Charles and David Koch. The group spent heavily to help Stewart's opponent in the GOP primary earlier this year and was a major spender in last year's election for governor.

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The summit in Singapore between President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jung Un is now disappearing from national attention. But, what did the president get? Delmarva Public Radio's Don Rush talked with Salisbury University Associate Professor in the political science department Taehyun Nam about the outcome.

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Corey Stewart has won the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Virginia and will face incumbent Tim Kaine in the November general election.

Stewart beat state lawmaker Nick Freitas and Chesapeake minister E.W. Jackson in Tuesday's race.

Stewart is a conservative provocateur who often feuds with members of his party. He's a one-time state chairman of President Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and nearly won the 2017 Republican nomination for governor.

He has pledged to run a "vicious" campaign against Kaine.

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A roadside sign in southern Maryland has some upset.

It warns liberals they better get their guns if there is an attempt to impeach President Trump.

CNN reports that the Calvert County sheriff’s office has been hit with numerous comments from both supporters and those attacking the sign.

The Calvert Recorder says that law enforcement has talked with the owner who was not identified.

And it reports that he is thinking about changing it or taking it down.          

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BALTIMORE (AP) - Porn actress Stormy Daniels will be performing at a strip club in Baltimore.

News outlets report Daniels has performances scheduled for Thursday night, Friday and Saturday at Fantasies Nightclub and Sports Bar.

Fantasies bartender and manager Renata Welsh tells The Baltimore Sun there will be extra bartenders and security for Daniels' show. Welsh says everyone wants to see Daniels as she has been "all over the news."

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