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Democratic prosecutors make opening statements to build a case against the President in the Senate trial

Fact check: Trump lawyers make at least three false claims
President Donald Trump's legal team made at least three false claims during Senate impeachment proceedings on Tuesday, plus two more claims we'll call misleading. [read more]

Roll the tape: Schiff uses Trump's words against him
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) argues that President Trump is not allowing any witness testimony in his impeachment trial despite saying he would allow it in the past. [read more]

Opening arguments: Democrats make case against Trump
House impeachment managers begin making their case for removing President Donald Trump from office on Wednesday following a marathon opening session in the Senate's impeachment trial to approve the rules of the trial. [read more]

Trump: I'd love for these people to testify, but ...
President Donald Trump says former national security adviser John Bolton, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and former Secretary of Energy Rick Perry can't testify at his impeachment trial due to national security concerns. [read more]

Former Nixon White House counsel answers impeachment questions

Chief justice's rebuke at impeachment trial highlights rising tensions
The Senate is still reeling from a combative exchange between the House impeachment managers and the President's defense team that triggered a rebuke from Chief Justice John Roberts and highlighted rising tensions at the impeachment trial. [read more]

Schiff: This year fewer people live in freedom than before
During the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) said that if American democracy falls it will be the autocrats who fill the void, stating Americans have less freedom this year than previously. [read more]

Conway: Trump charges 'more serious' than those against Clinton
Conservative attorney George Conway said Wednesday that documents from the Trump administration should be subpoenaed in the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. [read more]

George Conway was in the middle of taking Justice Dept. job. Here's what stopped him
George Conway said the reason he didn't take a job in the Justice Department's civil division was because of President Donald Trump's continued attacks on the Justice Department, among other "disturbing attacks." [read more]