WATCH: Sen. Klobuchar says new evidence keeps coming out about Trump | Trump impeachment trial







Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., said the truth about President Donald Trump’s actions will come out sooner rather than later, adding that evidence is coming out 「literally on the hour.」 Shortly before Friday’s impeachment proceedings, a New York Times report provided more details about a book manuscript by former national security adviser John Bolton, who wrote that Trump instructed him to help apply pressure on Ukraine. Klobuchar said House managers are asking for four witnesses, including Bolton. 「That will not be unfair to have four witnesses and have the people who are actually been in the room where in happened.」

After days of arguments posed by the House managers and Trump’s legal team, followed by questions posed by senators, the lawmakers debate and vote on whether they wish to subpoena new witnesses and documents on Friday, Jan. 31. Then the Senate must decide whether to acquit the president or convict him of the charges and remove him from office. The House of Representatives impeached Trump in December on two articles — abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

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WATCH: Senators question whether new evidence could be leaked after Trump verdict







Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., asked House managers in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial what would happen if the …



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WATCH: Senators question claim that Ukraine didn’t know about aid pause | Trump impeachment trial







President Donald Trump’s lawyers were questioned about their assertion that Ukraine did not know there was a pause on U.S. military aid until POLITICO published an article on the topic in August. Deputy White House counsel Mike Purpura said a Defense Department official’s testimony that Ukrainians were asking about the aid earlier via email in the summer was too vague and did not specify that they asked about a pause on the aid. House Democrats then countered that the Senate should subpoena those emails, and presented other instances of Ukrainian officials asking about the aid prior to the POLITICO article. Senators had their first chance to ask questions of the House managers and Trump’s legal team on Wednesday, Jan. 29. That came after both sides were given three days, respectively, to present their case. The House of Representatives impeached Trump in December on two articles — abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The questions come ahead of a vote on whether to bring forward witnesses and documents as part of the Senate trial. The senate must now decide whether to acquit the president or convict him of the charges and remove him from office.

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WATCH: Trump impeachment trial is about ensuring that votes matter, Rep. Demings says







The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump is about more than any one president or one election, Rep. Val Demings, a House manager, said during her arguments on the Senate floor on Jan. 23. “This moment is about the American people. This moment is about ensuring that every voter, whether a maid or a janitor, whether a nurse, a teacher or a truck driver, whether a doctor or a mechanic, that their vote matters, and that American elections are decided by the American people,” Demings, D-Fla., said. House managers have been allowed 24 hours over the course of three days to present their case. The White House will then make its defense. The House of Representatives impeached the president in December on two articles–abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The trial will determine whether Trump is convicted of those charges and removed from office, or acquitted.

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