The impeachment executives who are prosecuting argued this week that Trump willfully turned on the violentJanuary 6 graphic, including clips from security cameras showing members of Congress running from people with firearms, baseball bats and riot shields after the gang smashed windows, smashed doors, and attempted to track down specific members of Congress and former Vice President Mike Pence.
The defense says the process is unconstitutional because Trump is no longer a sitting president. He rejected the request to testify under oath before or at the Senate trial.
Trump is the first president in US history to be impeached twice and the first to be subjected to impeachment after his term in office. Before he left office, the House232-197 on the article “incitement to insurrection”. If two-thirds of the Senate votes to condemn him, there could be an additional vote to disqualify Trump from re-taking public office.
Here’s where you can view Senate questions now. Here’s how to watchHere’s more so far.
What time will Trump’s impeachment process begin Saturday?
The planned Senate impeachment process continues Saturday at 10 in the morning ET (7 a.m. PT)Trump’s defense team closed its presentation early Friday, with questions from the Senate a short distance away.
A, but not before the closing arguments.
The House impeachment managers closed their case on Thursday.
Where you can watch the impeachment trial live
The Senate impeachment trial is broadcast on most major TV news networks. If you don’t have cable, you can check out the trial version for free here.