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6 Revelatory Moments From the Video of Trump’s Private Donor Dinner

By Aimee Ortiz, Michael Levenson and Mihir Zaveri

The video of the 2018 event made headlines for capturing conversations now tied to the impeachment inquiry. But it also showed remarkable exchanges that weren’t about Ukraine.

In Impeachment Trial, Geography Dictates Politics

By David E. Sanger

Republicans want to cast President Trump’s impeachment as a narrow argument over aid to Ukraine. Democrats want to describe it as part of a broader struggle with Russia.

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GOP senator hopes impeachment will be 'instructive' for Trump

By Andrew O'Reilly

Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., said on Sunday that he hopes undergoing impeachment and the trial in the Senate will “be instructive” for President Trump.

Republican senator blasts Dems' impeachment efforts as 'odd political strategy'

By Andrew O'Reilly

Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., blasted the House impeachment managers on Sunday for wanting to drag out President Trump’s trial, even while admitting that Republicans prefer to rush the trial to a conclusion.

Schiff on impeachment: Not calling witnesses 'deprives public of fair trial'

By Andrew O'Reilly

Rep. Adam Schiff, the leader House manager in President Trump’s impeachment trial, said Sunday that the president’s defense team’s main strategy is to argue against calling witnesses to testify before the Senate and to “deprive the public of a fair trial.”

Dershowitz changes his mind on impeachment requirements, argues crime must be committed

By Andrew O'Reilly

As President Trump’s impeachment trial moves into the defense phases, Alan Dershowitz on Sunday said that he has changed his mind on whether a crime is needed to remove a president from office in a reversal of his stance during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton in 1999.

Schiff, Calling Trump β€˜Wrathful and Vindictive,’ Sees Tweet as a Threat

By Sheryl Gay Stolberg

In an extraordinary back-and-forth between a president and a congressman, President Trump warned that Representative Adam Schiff, the lead House impeachment manager, “has not paid the price, yet.”

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Day 5 of Trump’s Trial: The Defense Opens

By Michelle Cottle

The White House counsel, Pat Cipollone, promised to make quick work of the House managers’ case against the president.

Trump Team, Opening Defense, Accuses Democrats of Plot to Subvert Election

By Peter Baker

President Trump’s lawyers argued against his removal in the Senate impeachment trial, saying Democrats are “asking you to tear up all of the ballots” by convicting him of high crimes and misdemeanors.

Lamar Alexander, Set to Leave Office, Is G.O.P. Wild Card on Witnesses

By Sheryl Gay Stolberg

The Tennessee Republican was a protege of Senator Howard H. Baker Jr., another Republican from Tennessee, who turned against Richard Nixon. Now Mr. Alexander may hold the fate of President Trump in his hands.

Trump Impeachment: Highlights of Saturday’s Trial

By The New York Times

After a three-day presentation from House Democrats, President Trump’s lawyers took the stage in a short Saturday session to begin arguing against his removal. Here were the highlights.