“I am angry that President Donald Trump has treated his oath and office so disrespectfully that now we must hold him accountable,” said Rep. Jim Himes.
Reps. Jim Himes and John Larson support a new trade deal that will replace NAFTA, but Rosa DeLauro, a key negotiator of the pact with the White House, is undecided about the agreement.
Nancy Pelosi says there’s enough evidence for the House to draw up articles of impeachment, but CT lawmakers say they want to see them before committing to a yes vote.
Himes urged Americans to read the report, which says Trump placed his political interests above national interests.
The lawmakers said the proposed food stamp rule would “dramatically undermine Connecticut’s ability to assist families in need and will disproportionally impact our state’s most vulnerable populations.”
As the impeachment inquiry enters a new phase, Rep. Jim Himes predicts fellow Democrats will have a hard time agreeing on what charges to bring against the president.
Rep. Jim Himes condemned the GOP for its “failure to name and shame the Russians for the attack in 2016″ during Thursday’s impeachment hearing.
Rep. Jim Himes pressed Gordon Sondland, U.S. ambassador to the European Union, about a key phone call he received from President Donald Trump.
Rep. Jim Himes came to the defense Tuesday of impeachment inquiry witnesses derided by President Donald Trump.
Rep. Jim Himes on Friday told former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch that he is an angry man, made so by President Donald Trump’s treatment of the longtime career diplomat.
Rep. Jim Himes began his questioning at the first public impeachment hearing by criticizing the behavior of his Republican colleagues.
House Democrats said the impeachment resolution will bring transparency and order, while Republicans said it is an undemocratic ‘sham.’
An impeachment resolution expected to pass Thursday will move the work of Rep. Jim Himes, and others tasked with investigating the president, into public view.
The latest FEC filings show Rep. Jahana Hayes has raised more than $1 million for her re-election, while Republicans in Connecticut running for Congress have hardly raised any political cash.
Rep. Jim Himes’ role on the House Intelligence Committee has thrust the lawmaker into the center of the Trump impeachment inquiry.