Jacob Chansley, also known as Jake Angeli, said he thought Trump had asked rioters to leave the Capitol: "Because, dude, he won the f***ing day, he f***ing won!"
"The filibuster was never intended to be used and abused the way it has been over the past decade," a coalition of 62 progressive groups wrote in a letter to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Friday.
Senator Joe Manchin was one of the Democrats to back the reconciliation resolution amendment.
"They're going to try to convict him in the eyes of the American people and smear him forever," Trump's former chief White House strategist said.
The Democratic senator said his Republican colleague was putting the health of staff at risk.
A majority of the Senate is seeking the new and unprecedented power to disqualify a future candidate for office who is now a private citizen.
Senators backed an amendment supporting the embassy move in a 97-3 vote on Thursday night.
The Senate is deep into a "vote-a-rama," working through a lengthy series of amendments as the Democrats try to pass a budget.
Senator Joe Manchin voted in favor of the pipeline as he snubbed the president's block on construction.
Jason Miller, a senior adviser to Trump, said the legal team was going to make the trial a "free speech" issue and target prominent Democrats for their past comments.
Representative Jamie Raskin is asking for Trump to respond to the request no later than 5 p.m. Friday.
Sasse was one of just five Republican senators to vote with Democrats to affirm that Trump's pending impeachment trial is constitutional.
Due to gaps and weaknesses in the CDC moratorium, as well as a lack of consistent adherence and enforcement of it, evictions have remained widespread across the country.
"The minimum wage hike, I do not believe, will fit in there at all," Democratic Senator Joe Manchin said.
The Missouri senator's move is the GOP's latest effort to have a say in a new economic relief package.
The Utah Republican highlighted that under GOP leadership the U.S. was "adding almost a trillion dollars a year to the national debt."
On Tuesday, attorneys David Schoen and Bruce Castor responded to the House's filing that Trump incited the January 6 Capitol insurrection.
Trump denied his remarks questioning the election's integrity were false and his attorneys said a "reasonable jurist" could not conclude they were inaccurate.
"Donald Trump blatantly violated his oath to protect and defend the Constitution," the group of Republicans and conservatives said.
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.
"The War on Drugs has been a war on people—particularly people of color," a trio of top Senate Democrats wrote in a joint statement released Monday.
A group of 10 Republicans want a bipartisan stimulus bill less than a third the size of what President Joe Biden has put forward.
"We're going to do what the American people overwhelmingly want us to do," the progressive senator from Vermont said.
The Republican senator said he is "not going to back down," and claimed he was within political right to challenge the election results.
"We recognize your calls for unity and want to work in good faith with your Administration," the GOP senators wrote Sunday.
South Carolina attorneys Butch Bowers and Deborah Barbier have reportedly left Trump's impeachment legal team.
President Joe Biden has said he's open to negotiate the specifics of who will be able to receive another stimulus check.
The minority leader is having to adjust to his new role, facing a loss of power and in favorability.