Strong faith in the judicial system seems to have no place in the playbook for ex-members of Trump's political team.
1600: Trump lets anguish show as Senate trial begins
With a two-thirds majority required to remove Trump from office, odds favor acquittal by the Republican majority. But there's no guarantee that he won't end up bruised and battered,
Janison: Serious reveals but no shockers
Since Trump likes tariff threats, for instance, it was no shock that he threatened tariffs on autos if Europeans did not help dismantle the Iran nuclear deal.
1600: A new book has eye-popping stories about Trump
It paints him as an erratic narcissist, "dangerously uninformed" and treating the law as an obstacle to his wishes and ideas.
1600: Start the countdown for Trump impeachment trial
Senators and the public may think they've heard it all already, but there might be surprises when the big show starts next week.
Janison: New views of Rudy's place in the stew
Giuliani has been pushing to join Trump's impeachment defense team, but it hasn't always been clear who the ex-mayor works for.
1600: Impeachment trial could get witnesses after all
Enough GOP senators may want to hear from witnesses to help Democrats get testimony, and Bolton could be at the top of their wish list.
Janison: Doubts about Trump's mystery money
Trump has his own special brand of truthlessness when it comes to assertions about money.
1600: It's getting hot in Iowa as Sanders, Warren tangle
Tensions in the Democratic field boiled over into the usually friendly rivalry on the last weekend of campaigning before Tuesday's debate.
Janison: McConnell's career moment is coming
How many legislative leaders get to conduct a legal process that saves a president from their party?
Janison: Tariffs and tax cuts deepen the swamp
The Trump administration's tariffs have created a whole new sub-industry for lobbyists seeking exclusions for their clients.