"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.
"I don't want to see any more violence, and I'm actually scared about what the future holds," Meghan McCain said.
"I didn't learn anything that I didn't already know," Trump attorney Bruce Castor told reporters Wednesday. "We know a mob breached the Capitol and wreaked havoc in the building. I'm waiting for them to connect that up to President Trump and so far that hadn't happened."
Senator Lindsey Graham spoke to Trump on Tuesday night and reminded him that 44 senators voted to dismiss the case.
House impeachment managers played security footage that had never been seen from January 6 on the first day of their arguments.
Never-before-seen footage from the insurrection that took place at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 was introduced by the House impeachment managers on day two of Donald Trump's trial.
Former President Donald Trump's allies who spoke during the January 6 "Save America" rally could face criminal charges for helping to incite the riot at the U.S. Capitol, legal experts say.
The Republican congressman discussed the former president's possible plans to run for office again during the second day of his impeachment trial.
Security footage that is expected to be shown during the U.S. Senate impeachment trial over allegations that he incited the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol is so unsettling that some lawmakers are warning aides and others who were present that day not to watch.
Democrats played a 13-minute video montage of the riot, which could set rioters' attorneys up for a tough jury selection and a difficult defense.
"I don't need the job. I enjoy doing it. I'd like to win again, but if I don't, I can look at myself in the mirror and I'm at total peace," Kinzinger said about the possibility of losing re-election after voting to impeach Trump.
House impeachment managers highlighted Trump's activity on Twitter, as well as remarks he made during his campaign rallies, to argue that he "primed" his supporters for the Capitol attack over the course of many months.
Pezzola's attorney pointed out Trump has "resumed his life of luxury" while many of his supporters will go to prison.
The U.S. Senate will hear hours of testimony in the case to convict former President Donald Trump of inciting the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, but many GOP senators already have made up their minds that they'll vote against a conviction.
Overall, just 37 percent of U.S. adults currently view the Republican Party favorably.
"Of course he can fire his attorneys," said Nick Akerman, a former Watergate prosecutor. "The problem he would have is a practical one: Who do you put in their place?"
The president's second Senate impeachment trial got underway on Tuesday, and his team's work has swiftly come under scrutiny.
The opening statement by Bruce Castor was cut off by the conservative TV network, which has been a staunch supporter of the former president.
The former president's second Senate impeachment trial is underway, focused on his actions surrounding the events of January 6.
"I know I should be enraged, disgusted, horrified, and outraged," the niece of the former president tweeted on Tuesday.
The unprecedented second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump began in the Senate this week.
The former president's defense lawyer promised his team would be "well prepared" in the future.
The purpose of the impeachment is not to make a legal argument so much as it is to establish a moral and rhetorical justification for the censorship and punishment of political speech.
The Fox News host spoke to Bruce Castor's co-counsel David Shoen about what went wrong during the opening for Trump's impeachment defense on Tuesday.
The GOP senators said the House impeachment managers had a stronger case on constitutionality.
"People are entitled to be idiots," Texas Senator Ted Cruz said Tuesday, "and you know what, in the United States Congress we get a lot of people doing that."
"Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone's entitled to a mulligan once in a while," Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) said Tuesday.
"I thought I knew where it was going," Senator Lindsey Graham told reporters on Tuesday, "and I really didn't know where it was going."