Impeachment Trial: Senators Get Their Turn

While House Democrats and President Trump's lawyers argued for and against impeachment, senators were bound to silence. During the question-and-answer phase of the trial, however, it's the senators' turn to make their voices heard—in a manner of speaking. The trial provides lawmakers with up to 16 hours to submit written questions for the House managers and Trump's defense team, read aloud by Chief Justice John Roberts. Read on for insight into who asked what and why.

Impeachment Trial: Senators Get Their Turn

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