Among the public at large, less than a third say they think the ex-president did enough to condemn the siege of the U.S. Capitol by his supporters.
Maybe he's sore about rioting Trump supporters chanting "Hang Mike Pence" as he fled the Jan. 6 insurrection.
House impeachment managers called for testimony from a House Republican who provided new information about Donald Trump's activity on Jan. 6. Democrats settled for a written statement instead.
An Air Force officer with the powerful "football" was hustled to safety right behind the vice president as violent Trump supporters roamed the building.
Donald Trump did not know Vice President Mike Pence was in danger when he criticized him on Twitter, said his lawyer, contradicting a Republican senator.
Donald Trump knew Mike Pence was in danger when he attacked the vice president on Twitter during the Capitol riot.
A statement from Sen. Tommy Tuberville shows Trump turned his mob against Pence minutes after hearing his vice president had to be hustled from the Senate.
Democratic impeachment managers used shocking footage and former President Donald Trump's own words to argue he incited the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
“President Trump said we are not giving up the White House. He said we are going to fight,” recounted a supporter at the U.S. Capitol on a Just Security video.
The New Jersey woman sent a number of incriminating texts and videos during and after the insurrection, the FBI said.