The impeachment managers who were so successful in proving the case against Trump now stand ready to help ensure justice is finally done.
Mitch McConnell basically said that the justice system must do what he and his Republican colleagues were too spineless to do.
Those who helped Trump get away with inciting the deadly insurrection at the Capitol should have no role in a commission to investigate it.
House impeachment managers only wanted testimony from one witness, which they got in the Senate deal.
Voting to acquit Trump may be in the best short-term interests of GOP senators hoping to keep their jobs, but it may come back to haunt them.
One of Donald Trump’s impeachment lawyers, Michael van der Veen, blew a gasket on Saturday morning after the Senate chamber erupted in laugher over his tantrum about calling witnesses.
The lawyer said that if the impeachment managers want to start subpoenaing individuals related to the events of Jan. 6, then he wants to depose House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Vice President Kamala Harris at his office in Philadelphia.
Five Senate Republicans joined with Democrats in voting to call witnesses in Trump's impeachment trial, as things just got real.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell made a big show of being upset over the Jan. 6 MAGA attack at the U.S. Capitol that left multiple people dead, but he is reportedly planning to acquit Donald Trump.
Trump's lawyers claimed that House impeachment managers took Trump out of context then played manipulated video of Democrats
Republican senators may have taken an oath to be impartial jurors in Trump's second impeachment trial, but they sure aren't acting like it.
A handful of Republican senators on Thursday openly refused to uphold the oath they took to be impartial jurors.
In a powerful argument, Rep. Joaquin Castro told the Senate jurors that Donald Trump left them for dead during the attack on the Capitol.
Democratic House impeachment managers are using Trump's tweets as evidence against him at his second impeachment trial.
Sen. Coons said he was stunned that any Republican could side with Trump's defense team after their embarrassing performance.
Lindsey Graham is essentially admitting that he has no intention of being an open-minded juror in Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial.
President Joe Biden was asked once again if he is going to be watching Trump's impeachment trial and the President made it clear that he has better things to do.
House Democrats have put together a video that shows the insurrectionists taking direction from Trump to go to the Capitol.
On Fox News, Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) dismissed Trump's attempt to overthrow the government by saying that every president should get a mulligan once in a while.
Maddow tore into McConnell for trying to have it both ways on the timing of Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) called Donald Trump's Senate trial – set to start on Tuesday – an open-and-shut case against the ex-president.