In a rare Saturday session, the U.S. Senate will again take up the impeachment of Donald Trump with the attorneys for the president attempting to make the case that Trump should not be removed from office. You can watch below:
Trump’s lawyers will argue that the actions being debated in the Senate impeachment trial are not impeachable, instead of engaging in a legal battle over the facts
The high-profile lawyer and member of Trump's legal team assailed Democrats’ case as mostly “campaign ads designed to try to show that you should vote for a different candidate.”
On the eve of the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump, NBC’s Today show co-host Craig Melvin lobbed several softballs on the topic to 2020 Democratic candidate Michael Bloomberg. The anchor especially wanted to know: “What makes Donald Trump so dangerous?”
WASHINGTON, D.C. (CNN) – Now the tables will turn in the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. After three days of arguments from the House impeachment managers, the President’s legal team will take over the Senate floor to deliver their side of the story, detailing the defense of the President against the two articles of impeachment. The President’s team is delivering its presentation as Senate Republicans feel more confident that the House managers did not convince enough...
On Tuesday Democrats failed to convince Republicans to subpoena witnesses. But now they have all day to lay out evidence against Trump.
It’s pretty contradictory, some legal experts suggest, and could affect the administration’s efforts in those cases.
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Congressman John Garamendi (D-CA) said Tuesday on CNN that he did not believe President Donald Trump’s justifications for the killing of Iranian general Qassem Suleimani. “If you take a look at the president’s record of lies, half-truths, and fabrications — what, over 15,000 in the three years he has been in office — there’s a very good [