The trial is far from over. Trump's legal defense team will layout a brief preview of their case Saturday and pick back up on Monday. Later next week, senators will have a question-and-answer period and a fierce debate over whether to subpoena witnesses is expected.
Congressman Jerry Nadler clashed with White House counsel Pat Cipollone and President Donald Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow during a testy exchange at the impeachment trial.
He advised President George W. Bush on judgeships and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney on his presidential campaign.
The president wants to keep the financial records his accountants Mazars holds private from Congress, but a federal appeals court ruled to hand them over.
Jay Sekulow told the Fox host that the second whistleblower could not add anything more because "it is not an impeachable offense, Period."
Top Republicans Mitt Romney, Mick Mulvaney and Jay Sekulow said Democrats will "never" see President Donald Trump's tax returns.
"There's a massive amount of risk. The risk of losing his office. That's the risk," Ari Fleischer said.
President Donald Trump's attorney Jay Sekulow blamed "bad information" for previous claims that the U.S. leader had no involvement in a statement about a 2016 meeting between members of his election campaign and a Russian delegation.
"Let's be honest with the American people, there are irregularities in this investigation, the likes of which we have not seen," Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow said.
Cobb also echoed the call by Jay Sekulow and others for a second special counsel.
The president's lawyer blamed former FBI chief James Comey for the Russia investigation.