The authors state the evidence that Donald Trump committed crimes is "overwhelming," and the Senate has a legal right to impeach a former president.
Trump denied his remarks questioning the election's integrity were false and his attorneys said a "reasonable jurist" could not conclude they were inaccurate.
Senator Kaine said his bipartisan censure resolution, an alternative to the impeachment trial, does not have enough support from either the Democrats or Republicans.
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez accused Senator Ted Cruz and other Republican lawmakers of being eager to "move on" from the Capitol riot without discussing accountability.
He suggested that if any witnesses are called by Democrat senators, the FBI would be called in a move that might extend the trial by months.
David Schoen said the Capitol riots had nothing to do with Donald Trump, claiming the former president had "condemned" violence.
Donald Trump's unprecedented second impeachment trial is scheduled to begin in the Senate on February 8.
"Democrats do not get to score political points in an unprecedented act of political theater on one hand while also trying to claim the mantle of good government on the other," Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) wrote to incoming chairman Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.).
The U.S. House already voted to impeach Donald Trump on a single charge of "incitement of insurrection" for his role in the January 6 Capitol riot.
Donald Trump announced Bruce Castor and David Schoen would head his impeachment legal team, a day after it was reported he had fallen out with the previous five attorneys appointed to represent him.
The Ukrainian president hinted that he was angered by the former U.S. president's move to release details of the call.
Hutchinson discussed the controversy surrounding Greene's position in Congress during an appearance on ABC News' 'This Week' Sunday morning.
During his final speech as president, Trump promised he'd "be back in some form."
South Carolina attorneys Butch Bowers and Deborah Barbier have reportedly left Trump's impeachment legal team.
The former president spoke out one day after Matt Gaetz rallied to defeat Liz Cheney, the No. 3 Republican in the House who joined nine others in voting to impeach.
"I cannot think of a better way to turn the upcoming impeachment trial into a complete circus than to call the QAnon Shaman as a witness on anything," Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) tweeted on Friday.
Jake Angeli's lawyer told Newsweek his client "feels strongly" about doing "everything he can to help the government."
We should not pretend that there are authoritative constitutional answers here—just weaker and stronger interpretations. But a Senate trial is, as the Constitution emphasizes, an exceptional procedure.
The former president has been keeping out of the headlines as his second impeachment trial approaches.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul tabled a vote about whether impeaching Trump was constitutional. Only five GOP lawmakers backed the Democrats.
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz said the former presidents could be next in line for impeachment "because that's what we do in Januaries."
"It is extraordinarily unlikely the president will be convicted," Republican Maine Senator Susan Collins told reporters on Tuesday.
Senators Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Ben Sasse and Patrick Toomey joined their Democratic counterparts in voting to table a motion to dismiss former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
"If you get fired at Best Buy, they don't just let you steal a TV on the way out," Noah said on Monday's "The Daily Show."
No president has ever faced an impeachment trial in the Senate after leaving office but that may not matter.
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The House voted 232-197 to charge Donald Trump with "incitement of insurrection" in connection with the assault on the U.S. Capitol.
If former President Donald Trump is convicted in the Senate impeachment trial, the Senate could vote to prohibit Trump from holding a public office in the future.
Donald Trump is the only president in U.S. history to be impeached twice, but some things will change will this Senate trial.
A slightly higher share of Republicans and Independents support Trump's second impeachment compared to the first, the latest Monmouth University poll finds.