The European Saudi Organisation for Human Rights' 2019 report warned that the Saudi government's suppression of human rights "shows no signs of stopping."
"I think they [the Senate] should hear the testimony that they can get," Congressman Francis Rooney said.
The presidents lawyers argued that House Democrats had carried out "a dangerous perversion of the Constitution that the Senate should swiftly and roundly condemn."
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei suggested Washington does not want his regime's "religious democracy" to succeed.
The billionaire former New York City mayor argued that he can beat Trump by appealing to "middle of the road Republicans."
Democratic and Republican U.S. senators have been accused of partisanship over the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen designed the "enhanced interrogration" program used against detainees during the initial stages of the War on Terror.
John Dean on Sunday said that Senators won't buy Trump's legal defense brief because they're mostly lawyers and the document is "not legally sophisticated."
"Everybody has their own sets of problems," the Vermont senator said.
"I didn't say it was OK. People do things, things happen," Republican Senator Richard Shelby said.
"They are not articles of impeachment. The articles of impeachment are two non-criminal actions," the retired Harvard law professor argued.
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"That directly contradicts what you said as a Republican House impeachment manager in 1999 during the Clinton impeachment trial," Chris Wallace noted.
"It's also pretty damn cowardly. Imagine being this afraid," S.E. Cupp said.
"Ironically, this outcome will only further embolden Second Amendment supporters to be even louder for their rights," a gun-rights group said in response.
Two cases, brought by electors in Colorado and Washington, will be heard to determine a verdict.
Senator Bernie Sanders has risen to the top in recent polls, tying with frontrunner former Vice President Joe Biden in popularity with both registered voters nationally and the African American community specifically.
California Democratic Representative Ted Lieu responded to Congressman Devin Nunes' threat of a defamation lawsuit by sending a letter to Nunes' lawyer which read in part, "Take your letter and shove it."
Connecticut Republican Robert Hyde also alleged that Lev Parnas planned to have Rudy Giuliani kidnapped in Ukraine in order to blackmail the president.
Similar to the Ukraine affair that spawned the impeachment of President Donald Trump, the Tenure of Office Act has been denigrated as its own basis for impeachment.
After reports that Ken Starr would be joining President Donald Trump's legal defense team for Trump's upcoming impeachment trial, video resurfaced of a 1999 interview in which Trump called Starr a "lunatic" and a "disaster."
"It's not going to mean that...the Republican senators are going to change camps. But they might conduct the trial in a slightly different way depending on whether or not there is a lot of pressure from the public," Anne Kraatz said.