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Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial Day 4

Warning: Some video shown during the trial may contain graphic images of violence and profanity.

President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial continues Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. EST. On its fifth day, the trial over whether to convict the former president of inciting an insurrection for his role in the Jan. 6 attack is expected to conclude after final arguments and a vote.
Trump was impeached by the House last month while still in office, the first president ever to be impeached twice. It was a largely party-line vote, but 10 Republicans also joined Democrats in condemning the president for stoking violence. In order to convict him, the full Democratic caucus plus 17 Republican senators will have to agree that Trump is guilty of the charge against him.

Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial Day 4

Warning: Some video shown during the trial may contain graphic images of violence and profanity.


President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial continues for a fourth day beginning at noon EST on Feb. 12. With House Democrats having concluded presenting their evidence against Trump, his defense team now takes over, making the case for why he should be acquitted of the charge of inciting an insurrection for his role in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.Trump was impeached by the House last month while still in office, the first president ever to be impeached twice. It was a largely party-line vote, but 10 Republicans also joined Democrats in condemning the president for stoking violence

Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial Day 3

Warning: Some video shown during the trial may contain graphic images of violence and profanity.


President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial continues for a third day beginning at noon EST on Feb. 11. House Democrats will present further evidence demonstrating why they believe Trump should be convicted for his role in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. Trump was impeached by the House last month while still in office, the first president ever to be impeached twice, on a single charge of incitement of insurrection. It was a largely party-line vote, but 10 Republicans also joined Democrats in condemning the president for stoking violence. The first day of the Senate trial was spent debating whether lawmakers had the authority to impeach a president no longer in office, which a majority decided it did, while the second saw Democratic House managers presenting their evidence against Trump, including some footage of the Jan. 6 from inside the Capitol that had not been made public before. When Democrats conclude, Trump’s defense team will have up to 16 hours to rebut.

Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial Day 2

Warning: Some video shown during the trial contains graphic images of violence and profanity.

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President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial continues for a second day beginning at noon EST on Feb. 10.

House Democrats will present evidence demonstrating why they believe Trump should be convicted for his role in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

Trump was impeached by the House last month while still in office, the first president ever to be impeached twice, on a single charge of incitement of insurrection. It was a largely party-line vote, but 10 Republicans also joined Democrats in condemning the president for stoking violence. After the first day of the Senate trial was spent debating whether lawmakers had authority to impeach a president no longer in office, a power supported by many conservative and liberal law scholars, six Republicans sided with Democrats in voting to proceed with the trial. Democrats will need to win over more Republicans in order to convict Trump, which requires a two-thirds majority vote.

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Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial Day 1

Warning: Some video shown during the trial contains graphic images of violence and profanity.

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Warning: Some video shown during the trial contains graphic images of violence and profanity.

Former President Donald Trump faces his second impeachment trial in the Senate on Feb. 9,

when lawmakers will begin the process of considering whether to convict him on a charge of incitement of insurrection following the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Trump was impeached by the House last month while still in office, the first president ever to be impeached twice. It was a largely party-line vote, but 10 Republicans also joined Democrats in condemning the president for stoking violence. Unlike his last impeachment trial before the Senate in 2020, when he faced charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, this trial comes weeks after the end of his term, another first. Most Senate Republicans voted not to proceed with the trial because they view it as unconstitutional to try Trump once no longer in office, but that motion failed in a 55-45 vote. Democrats have a razor thin majority in the Senate, giving them the power to push forward with the trial and on their terms, but they will need to win over some Republicans in order to convict Trump, which requires a two-thirds majority vote.

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