Impeachment trial of Donald Trump

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.
Legal troubles in New York and Georgia mount for the former president with his second impeachment trial having gone dark.
Friends and allies expect Trump to resume friendly media interviews after weeks of silence.
She "married goofy Eric Trump," one Twitter critic noted. 'Nuff said.
Former President Donald Trump was impeached twice. Now he's been acquitted twice too, thanks to Republican senators.
Impeachment attorney Michael van der Veen demanded Nancy Pelosi and Kamala Harris come to his office for depositions.
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.
Acquittal is expected in the evenly-divided Senate.
An Air Force officer with the powerful "football" was hustled to safety right behind the vice president as violent Trump supporters roamed the building.
Trump’s lawyers are focused on legal rather than emotional or historic questions and are hoping to get the trial behind him as quickly as possible.