President TrumpDonald TrumpMore than two-thirds of Americans approve of Biden's coronavirus response: poll Sarah Huckabee Sanders to run for governor Mexico's president tests positive for COVID-19 MORE arrives for a "Keep America Great" campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio, on Jan. 9. Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty Images


Clerk of the House Cheryl Johnson, House Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving and the seven House impeachment managers walk through the Capitol Rotunda to deliver the articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate on Jan. 15. Greg Nash / The Hill


Democratic presidential candidate Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegThe Hill's Morning Report - Biden's crisis agenda hits headwinds Biden signs order to require masks on planes and public transportation Senators vet Buttigieg to run Transportation Department MORE greets a supporter after a town hall in Ankeny, Iowa on Jan. 30. Greg Nash / The Hill


Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenCancel culture comes for the moderates Biden expands on Obama ethics pledge Student loan forgiveness would be windfall for dentists, doctors and lawyers MORE (D-Mass.) addresses supporters and potential caucus voters in Des Moines, Iowa, on Jan. 31 after arriving to the state from the impeachment proceedings of President Trump in Washington, D.C. Greg Nash / The Hill


Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiBiden attends first church service as president in DC, stops at local bagel shop More hands needed on the nuclear football Sunday shows preview: All eyes on Biden administration to tackle coronavirus MORE (D-Calif.) rips up her copy of President Trump’s third State of the Union address after a joint session of Congress on Feb. 4. Amanda Andrade-Rhoades / for The Hill


Protesters gather outside the Capitol to demonstrate against President Trump's acquittal in his impeachment trial on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Greg Nash / The Hill


President Trump holds a copy of The Washington Post during a Feb. 6 event at the White House that Trump billed as a celebration of his acquittal by the Senate in his impeachment trial. Kevin Dietsch / UPI Photo


Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersBoycott sham impeachment Sunday shows - Biden agenda, Trump impeachment trial dominate Sanders: Senate may use budget reconciliation to pass Biden agenda MORE (I-Vt.) leaves after addressing supporters during a get-out-the-vote canvass launch in Hudson, N.H., on Feb. 10. Greg Nash / The Hill


Former Trump adviser Roger StoneRoger Jason StoneWould Trump have gotten away with a self-pardon? History will never know Trump's pardons harshly criticized by legal experts Presidential pardons need to go MORE leaves the E. Barrett Prettyman United States Courthouse in Washington, D.C., after being sentenced to 40 months in prison for lying to Congress and witness tampering, among other charges, on Feb. 20. Greg Nash / The Hill


Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenFive examples of media's sycophancy for Biden on inauguration week Drastic measures for drastic times — caregiver need mobile health apps Boycott sham impeachment MORE arrives to address supporters during a primary night event at the University of South Carolina’s Carolina Volleyball Center in Columbia, S.C., on Feb. 29. Greg Nash / The Hill


Senate Democrats prepare for a press conference to discuss paid sick leave legislation during the coronavirus outbreak on March 11. Greg Nash / The Hill


Defense Secretary Mark EsperMark EsperTrump administration official Norquist sworn in as acting Pentagon chief Watch Out: Progressives are eyeing the last slice of the budget Biden needs to fill the leadership gaps on Day One MORE and President Trump watch as the hospital ship USNS Comfort departs Naval Station Norfolk on March 28 in Norfolk, Va., en route to New York City to aid in the coronavirus outbreak. Jim Watson / AFP / Getty Images


Elections Chief Inspector Mary Magdalen Moser runs a polling location in Kenosha, Wis., in full hazmat gear as the Wisconsin primary kicks off despite the coronavirus pandemic on April 7. Derek Henkle / AFP / Getty Images


Reps. Eliot EngelEliot Lance EngelState Department sets up new bureau for cybersecurity and emerging technologies How Congress dismissed women's empowerment 2020: A year in photos MORE (D-N.Y.) and Frank Pallone Jr. (D-N.J.) clean their seats as they prepare to leave a House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health hearing discussing protecting scientific integrity in response to the coronavirus outbreak on May 14. Greg Nash / The Hill


Protesters demonstrate for racial justice outside the White House on May 30 following the death of George Floyd after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes. Bonnie Cash / The Hill


President Trump holds up a Bible outside of St. John's Episcopal Church across Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C., on June 1.  Brendan Smialowski / AFP / Getty Images


Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Democrats kneel to observe a moment of silence for 8 minutes and 46 seconds to honor George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and others in Emancipation Hall on June 8. Greg Nash / The Hill


Anthony FauciAnthony FauciFive examples of media's sycophancy for Biden on inauguration week Las Vegas-area district moves to partially reopen schools amid surge in student suicides Fauci: Receiving powder-filled envelope was 'very, very disturbing' MORE, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is seen in a mask after testifying during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the Trump administration's response to the COVID-19 pandemic on June 23. Kevin Dietsch / UPI Photo


The late Rep. John LewisJohn LewisThe Hill's Morning Report - Biden takes office, calls for end to 'uncivil war' Harris now 'the most influential woman' in American politics Georgia Democrat introduces bill to bar Trump from Capitol after term ends MORE (D-Ga.) lies in state at the Capitol on Monday, July 27. Due to coronavirus restrictions, the public paid their respects outside instead of inside the Capitol Rotunda. Lewis died on July 17 at the age of 80. Greg Nash / The Hill


White House chief of staff Mark MeadowsMark MeadowsThe Hill's 12:30 Report: Sights and sounds from Inauguration Day Trump leaves White House, promises to be back in 'some form' LIVE INAUGURATION COVERAGE: Biden signs executive orders; press secretary holds first briefing MORE and Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven MnuchinBiden can hold China accountable for human rights abuses by divesting now Pence delivers coronavirus task force report to Biden Treasury imposes additional sanctions on Cuba over allegations of 'serious human rights abuse' MORE walk to a meeting with congressional leadership to discuss a second round of coronavirus relief on Aug. 3. Greg Nash / The Hill


Jill Biden, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisBiden talks NATO, climate change in first presidential call with France's Macron Biden must wait weekend for State Department pick Senators introduce bill to award Officer Goodman the Congressional Gold Medal MORE (D-Calif.) and her husband Douglas Emhoff greet supporters outside the Chase Center in Wilmington, Del., at the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention on Aug. 20. Olivier Douliery / AFP / Getty Images


President Trump and his family watch fireworks after the president delivered his acceptance speech for the Republican Party nomination for reelection during the final day of the Republican National Convention from the South Lawn of the White House on Aug. 27. Doug Mills / New York Times / Pool


People gather for the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington on Aug. 28.  Bonnie Cash / The Hill


A group of girls sings outside of the Supreme Court building on Friday, Sept. 18, to honor Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgNYC street and subway signs transformed to welcome Biden, bid farewell to Trump Schumer and McConnell trade places, but icy relationship holds Schumer becomes new Senate majority leader MORE, a Supreme Court justice who died that evening due to complications of metastatic pancreatic cancer. Bonnie Cash / The Hill


President Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden debate at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland on Sep. 29. Olivier Douliery / AFP / Getty Images


President Trump removes his mask upon return to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Oct. 5 after spending three days hospitalized for the coronavirus. Win McNamee / Getty Images


President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney BarrettAmy Coney BarrettUndoing Trump will take more than executive orders Political peace starts with everyday interactions A Day in Photos: The Biden Inauguration MORE leaves for a lunch break during her Senate Judiciary confirmation hearing on Oct. 12. Greg Nash / The Hill


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellBiden attends first church service as president in DC, stops at local bagel shop Harry Reid 'not particularly optimistic' Biden will push to eliminate filibuster Senators spar over validity of Trump impeachment trial MORE (R-Ky.) gives a thumbs-up to photographers after the nomination vote of judge Amy Coney Barrett to be a Supreme Court Justice on Oct. 26. Greg Nash / The Hill


People gather at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 7 with signs, flags and champagne to celebrate former Vice President Joe Biden’s victory over President Trump in the presidential election. Bonnie Cash / The Hill


President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris react as confetti falls in Wilmington, Del., on Nov. 7 after being declared the winners of the presidential election. Jim Watson / AFP / Getty Images


Rep.-elect Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) arrives to Washington, D.C., on Nov. 12 for new member orientation for incoming House freshmen of the 117th session of Congress. Greg Nash / The Hill


President Trump supporters gather to protest in Freedom Plaza for the Million MAGA march on Nov. 14. Julia Nikhinson / for The Hill


President Trump’s lawyer Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiThe next hustle: What we should expect from Trump Lawyers group calls for Giuliani's suspension from law practice, ethics probe Would Trump have gotten away with a self-pardon? History will never know MORE speaks during a press conference at the Republican National Committee headquarters to discuss voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election on Nov. 19. Greg Nash / The Hill


Sen. Lamar AlexanderLamar AlexanderCongress addressed surprise medical bills, but the issue is not resolved Trump renominates Judy Shelton in last-ditch bid to reshape Fed Senate swears-in six new lawmakers as 117th Congress convenes MORE (R-Tenn.) plays Christmas music in the Hart Atrium on Dec. 16. Bonnie Cash / The Hill


Vice President Pence receives the COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 18. Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty Images