WASHINGTON, D.C. (KTIV) - As House managers lay out their case in the second impeachment trial of former president Donald Trump, 100 U.S. Senators listen to testimony as jurors in the case.
On Tuesday, U.S. Senator Charles Grassley, of Iowa, joined 43 other Republicans who voted that trying the former president now that he's out of office is unconstitutional. That said, Grassley told reporters today that vote doesn't indicate how he'll vote in the trial. "I'll be sitting as a juror," said Sen. Charles Grassley, (R) Iowa. "And, as a juror, you don't say what you're going to do. But, there's no connection between yesterday's vote and what I may be voting when the subject of guilt or non-guilt comes up."
Wednesday, House Democrats presented security footage, social media videos, police radio calls and former President Trump's own Twitter posts to argue that he stoked the flames of violence, inciting the January 6th riot at the Capitol. The impeachment trial is set to resume at noon Thursday. Trump's defense lawyers will present their arguments Friday and Saturday.