"These people are vicious," Trump said.
The Senate majority leader announced he will acquit President Trump.
Schiff, in a broad final plea, seemed to zero in on moderate Republicans who might toe the party line.
Starr urges senators to follow King's example and uphold "freedom and justice."
Impeachment managers in Trump's Senate trial have overplayed their hand by claiming that Ukrainians perished because he blocked aid from the country.
Dershowitz Defends Trump's Quid Pro Quo Logic: 'If I'm Not Elected the National Interest Will Suffer Greatly'
"If a president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest, that cannot be the kind of quid pro quo that results in an impeachment."
Republicans are setting a dangerous precedent they may come to regret the next time a Democrat occupies the White House.
"You must do what the Constitution compels you to do: reject these articles of impeachment, for the Constitution and for the American people," said White House counsel Pat Cipollone.
"Purely non-criminal conduct, including 'abuse of power' and 'obstruction of justice,' are outside the range of impeachable offenses," Dershowitz said.
Bolton Book Claims Barr Was Worried About Trump's Deals With Dictators. The Justice Department Says Bolton's Projecting.
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John Bolton's account of the Trump-ordered freeze on military aid to Ukraine highlights a contradiction at the heart of the president's defense.
Corruption Allegations Against Biden Are 'Completely Groundless,' Says Democratic Impeachment Manager
Rep. Sylvia Garcia threw cold water on accusations that former Vice President Joe Biden acted improperly in Ukraine.
A 'Danger to Liberty': Adam Schiff Invokes Alexander Hamilton as Democrats Take the Impeachment Stage
"President Trump corruptly abused the powers of the Presidency to solicit foreign interference in the upcoming presidential election for his personal political benefit," said Schiff.
Senators who take their constitutional responsibilities seriously would seek more evidence about Trump's motive for the aid freeze.
President Donald Trump is still heading for an almost certain acquittal.
Why slippery slope concerns are a bad argument against impeaching and removing Trump for abuse of power.
He also implicated Vice President Mike Pence and Rep. Devin Nunes.
The Government Accountability Office says Trump's spending delay was illegal.
President Donald Trump's trial will likely begin next week.
The big question is whether Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will allow any witnesses at all.
His case now heads to the Senate, where he will almost certainly be acquitted.
Justin Amash on Impeachment: Republicans Are Betraying the 'Principles and Values They Once Claimed To Cherish'
The libertarian congressman announced on the House floor that he will vote in favor of impeachment.
Many of the president's beefs are frivolous, but he is right that impeachment has been rushed.
If I were Trump, I would not want to find out.
The motion passed along party lines.
The gaps in the record invite the public to dismiss impeachment as a purely partisan exercise.
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Steve Castor and Daniel Goldman seem to disagree on most everything.
Nunes attacked those who wanted to restrain NSA’s snooping. Clearly he never considered whether his call records would be exposed.
At House Impeachment Hearing, Legal Scholars Disagree on the Meaning of 'High Crimes and Misdemeanors'
The three witnesses for the Democrats said Trump clearly committed impeachable offenses, while the lone witness for the Republicans said he wasn't so sure.
"CNN is the mother of fake news," reads the introduction to Nunes' new lawsuit.
House Democrats say the president "endangered national security."
The minority report dismisses all witness testimony and maintains that Trump did nothing wrong.
Trump Once Again Falsely Claims That Ukraine's President Has Exonerated Him of Abusing His Powers for Personal Gain
Given Ukraine's dependence on Trump's good will, Volodymyr Zelenskiy's comments about quid pro quos should be viewed as aspirational rather than factual.
"The Trump administration has engaged in some pretty bad behavior. It's a little hard to defend it on the merits," says Keith Whittington.
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The allegations against Trump are more serious than the offenses that led to Bill Clinton's impeachment because they relate directly to his duties as president.
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House Republicans Are Spreading 'Fictional Narrative' on Ukrainian Election Interference, Says Former Top White House Adviser
Russia is seeking to "delegitimize our entire presidency," Fiona Hill testified.
"It was no secret," he testified.
"I have learned many things that I did not know at the time of the events in question," the former special envoy to Ukraine testified.