"Do not let fear be what makes us do the right thing in the country for the future of our country and our democracy, whether it's fear of that brute power or it's fear of a constituency that's loud, or the fear of a president who is loud," Murray said Friday.
The South Carolina senator told reporters that Trump was key to the Republican's future, Politico reported.
Some Republicans have suggested putting Trump on trial after leaving office violates the Constitution.
The former president's impeachment lawyers defended his widely criticized call to the secretary of state of Georgia.
Jaime Herrera Beutler revealed the conversation on January 6 between the former president and the House minority leader.
Beutler was one of just 10 Republican members of the House to vote in favor if impeaching Donald Trump.
Former President Donald Trump's defense team took the floor on day four of the Senate trial on Friday, and lawyer Mark Van der Veen raised eyebrows when he said Antifa was involved in the attack.
Donald Trump's first trial was "much fairer" than his second because senators weren't victims, the chief justice was presiding, and Republicans weren't sanctioned for breaking with the party, Alan Dershowitz said.
The former ambassador to the U.N. said: "He went down a path he shouldn't have, and we shouldn't have followed him, and we shouldn't have listened to him. And we can't let that ever happen again."
"Don't let Josh Hawley's casual demeanor fool you," the "Hellboy" actor tweeted to his followers on Friday.
The late-night host railed against Republican lawmakers for "tuning out" during the impeachment trial of Donald Trump.
President Trump on January 6 was protesting the actions of other branches of government — wrongly, but constitutionally nonetheless.
The Republican senator said he wasn't "leaning one way or the other" on Trump's impeachment.
The former president's defense team is to set out further arguments in his Senate impeachment trial on Friday.
Reps. Dean Phillips and Andy Kim say the glass symbolized "the fragility of our democracy," and should be put on display.
Former President Donald Trump's unprecedented second impeachment trial will continue in the Senate on Friday.
Twenty-seven percent of white evangelicals said it was "mostly" or "completely" accurate to say that Trump "has been secretly fighting a group of child sex traffickers that include prominent Democrats and Hollywood elites."
As the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump stretched into its third day Thursday, several senators appeared worn down by the ongoing argument that Trump incited the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
"None of us can avoid the fact that what he did that day was shameful. That was wrong," the longtime Trump friend and Fox News personality said.
Watkins allegedly used militant language to prepare the group to combat the "existential threat" of President Joe Biden's inauguration -- should Trump send them the call, a legal filing from the Department of Justice said.
Donald Trump was told "they just took the vice president out" by Sen. Tommy Tuberville shortly before the then-president posted about Mike Pence.
Before the trial of the former president, the North Dakota lawmaker said in a video message "Welcome to the stupidest week in the Senate."
The conspiracy theorists also claim Trump is using the Senate proceedings to set a precedent for convicting other ex-presidents.
A scathing op-ed in "The St Louis Post-Dispatch" damns Hawley and fellow Missouri Senator Roy Blunt for their support of ex-President Donald Trump.
Six Republican senators joined Democrats and affirmed that it was permissible to try a former president.
The Pennsylvania congresswoman said watching previously unseen video of the Capitol riots was deeply distressing.
Senator Josh Hawley has been criticized for appearing not to pay attention to arguments in the ongoing Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump.
"There are a few things that we need to tighten up," Donald Trump's adviser Jason Miller said of Trump's defense team in the Senate impeachment trial.
"I just don't see how Donald Trump will be reelected to the presidency again," Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) told reporters during the second day of former President Donald Trump's second Senate impeachment trial.