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Lawfare and Goat Rodeo bring you the third day of President Donald Trump's impeachment trial boiled down to the most essential one hour and 38 minutes.
The proceedings of the impeachment trial should be heard by each and every American, but the reality is that most do not have the luxury of sitting through the daily grind of lengthy testimony. Which is why Lawfare and Goat Rodeo are releasing a daily cut of the impeachment distilled to a manageable and accessible podcast.
The controversial member of the president’s impeachment defense team argues that the withholding of military aid to Ukraine did not violate the Impoundment Control Act.
The impeachment managers of the House of Representatives released a reply brief on Tuesday to President Trump’s brief, filed on Monday, which defended his own actions in the impeachment trial. The House managers claim that the brief “lacks a legitimate defense of his misconduct” and calls on the Senate to convict and remove President Trump from office during its impeachment trial beginning today.
Watch the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump here.
The Senate impeachment trial of President Trump starts Tuesday. The President now has a legal team. And over the weekend, both the House impeachment managers and the President's lawyers filed initial briefs. In this special edition of the podcast, Benjamin Wittes, Margaret Taylor, Susan Hennessey, David Priess, Scott Anderson, and Paul Rosenzweig talk it all through. What should we make of the president's legal team? What do the briefs say? And what should we expect from the trial to come?
The president has filed his brief for the impeachment trial, responding to the brief of the House filed yesterday. The brief is available here and below.
The Trump Impeachment and the Question of Precedent, Part II: The Trouble With Alan Dershowitz’s ‘Constitutional Argument’
Alan Dershowitz and Sen. Mitch McConnell are helping each other set an impeachment precedent in which there would be no room for removing a president for serious abuse of power.
The House of Representatives has released its trial brief in the impeachment trial of President Trump, available here and below. The president's defense team is set to file their response on Monday, Jan. 20.