Trump's defense turned into a perfect argument for having John Bolton testify as they claimed not to know how to get into Trump's head.
Alan Dershowitz argued his theory that there has to be a crime for a president to be impeached by telling the Senate, that his theory is not bonkers.
Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow played a video of Nancy Pelosi handing out pens in a humiliating moment for the president's impeachment defense.
Democrats have the evidence in the impeachment case, as they turned over 28,578 pages of trial record while Trump introduced zero documents in his defense.
Trump's defense at his impeachment trial consists of a Russian propaganda conspiracy theory that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election.
Trump's lawyers are worried because they have watched the Democratic case against Trump and they are surprised that it has been so strong and good.
Trump is throwing a tantrum because his impeachment defense will start on Saturday, a day of the week of low TV viewership.
Republican Senators asked Trump not to add Rep. Jim Jordan, and other members of the House GOP circus to his defense team, but he ignored them.
House impeachment manager, Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO), gashed Trump's impeachment defense by arguing that requiring a crime means no president can be impeached.
The White House sent a terse two-paragraph letter to Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) announcing that they will not offer an impeachment defense.
The no quid pro call that Trump is using in his defense never happened. Instead, there was a call where Trump laid out his specific demands to Zelensky.