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By Associated Press
Trump is accused of incitement of insurrection in the mob siege at the Capitol. Five people died. Senators will next be able to ask the lawyers questions when the trial resumes.
Once the video finished, lawyer David Schoen pointed at both the senators and the impeachment managers and told them to “stop the hypocrisy.”…
By Eric Tucker, Lisa Mascaro, Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
Trump attorney David Schoen said Thursday that the defense's case should go quickly on Friday, making clear they have no intention of using the 16 hours available to them.
By Yamiche Alcindor, Lisa Desjardins
Thursday was the second and final day for the House of Representatives to make their case against former President Trump for inciting an assault on the U.S. Capitol. Senators serving as the jury at his impeachment trial heard that the…
House Democrats on Thursday zeroed in on the argument that former President Trump wanted rioters to invade the U.S. Capitol. Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia, one of the jurors in the trial, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss his views…
President Trump's defense team will make their argument Friday in his impeachment trial. Elizabeth Chryst, the Republican Senate secretary during President Bill Clinton’s impeachment trial, and Melody Barnes, of the University of Virginia's Democracy Initiative, helped broker that trial's rules…
By Daniel Bush
Most Republicans appeared unmoved after the House managers concluded their presentation Thursday. Former President Donald Trump’s defense team will make their rebuttal Friday, giving them the final word before senators consider whether to convict the former president.
To get a sense of how the impeachment trial is being seen and heard across the country outside Washington, D.C., we spoke with two political reporters in Phoenix, Arizona and Ann Arbor, Michigan. Yvonne Wingett Sanchez, a national political reporter…
Rep. Jamie Raskin implored senators in his closing speech to exercise “common sense about what just took place in our country” and find Trump guilty of inciting an insurrection. Raskin is the lead prosecutor for the House.
Lead House Impeachment Manager Jamie Raskin argued in the Senate trial that there is a First Amendment defense against the impeachment charge is "absurd."…
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