The judge rules that the D.C. federal court has no jurisdiction over New York State officials.
If Trump is impeached, he can build a strong case against conviction — but he might be wiser not to.
Impeachment is neither a criminal trial nor a legal process, so the president does not have the constitutional right to confront his accuser.
It allows for the disclosure of the heretofore secret proceedings, but does not require it.
Being mentioned on a phone call is not a basis for recusal, and it is commonplace for the Justice Department to seek assistance from foreign governments.
Stop insisting there was no quid pro quo and cut to the chase.