The action starts Tuesday. It might not last long.
Lawyers for the former president leveled a wide-ranging attack on the case, foreshadowing the claims they intend to present when arguments begin.
With Trump's acquittal virtually guaranteed, both parties are looking to move on — and quickly.
Donald Trump’s Senate impeachment trial, and his terrifying memories of the Capitol insurrection, are discussed by House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD), in conversation with Jonathan Capehart.
After spending the weekend in Delaware, the president plans to resume his focus on combating the pandemic. The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump gets underway in earnest on Tuesday.
Without Trump's advocacy and falsehoods, there's almost certainly no violence at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
There is plenty we still don't know and could learn from testimony.
The House impeachment managers responded to former President Donald Trump’s lawyers in a pre-trial brief on Monday that pushed back on Trump’s claims that the trial was unconstitutional and his speech did not incite the rioters at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
In a pretrial brief ahead of former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate, Trump's legal team accused House Democrats of engaging in "political theater" and argued that the upcoming trial is unconstitutional because Trump is no longer president.
House impeachment managers filed their response to former President Donald Trump's initial pretrial brief shortly after 12 p.m. ET on Monday, their last opportunity to push back ahead of the impeachment trial on the claims that both Trump and most Senate Republicans are making that the trial itself is unconstitutional. Read their briefing below:
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Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) said on Monday that he would not run for reelection in 2022.
Attorneys for former President Trump on Monday argued in a new brief that the Senate should qu
House Democrats say there is no “January Exception" to the Constitution as they pushed back on claims that the impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump is unconstitutional, instead urging the Senate to convict him for allegedly inciting an insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said the outcome of the Senate impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump is "really not in doubt."
Fifty-two percent of U.S. adults surveyed ahead of the impeachment trial favor the Senate convicting former President Trump, a poll indicated.
Schoen, Castor President Trump’s lawyers argued the Senate should immediately dismiss the articles of impeachment in a 75-page legal brief filed Monday morning. Trump’s lead lawyers David Schoen and Bruce Castor in a pretrial brief accused the House Democrats of suffering from “Trump Derangement Syndrome,” engaging in “political theater” and called the trial unconstitutional because…
The Morning Joe panel discusses this week's second impeachment trial of Donald Trump and why members of Congress need to be recorded for where they stand on Trump and the January 6 U.S. Capitol riot.
Donald Trump's legal team accused House Democrats Monday of engaging in "political theater" and argued that the upcoming Senate impeachment trial is unconstitutional because Trump is no longer President.
President Biden does not plan to watch much of his predecessor's impeachment trial this week, press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday, as the White House takes a hands-off approach to the Senate proceedings for former President Trump.
The House impeachment managers accused former President Donald Trump of "the most grievous constitutional crime ever committed by a President" in their final brief before Trump's impeachment trial begins in earnest Tuesday.
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