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Daily CBN News Coverage of the Senate Impeachment Trial of President Trump

01-21-2020
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President Trump is facing an impeachment trial in the US Senate

The Senate Trial Resumes Each Afternoon: Each Day after 1 p.m., CBN News will provide Video ABOVE for Live Coverage of the Impeachment Trial

Congressional Democrats have taken their impeachment effort against President Donald Trump to the US Senate where a trial phase is now taking place.

As the first session of the trial began Tuesday afternoon, Senate Chaplain Barry Black led lawmakers in prayer to God saying, "We declare that You alone are our hope."

Democrats in the House of Representatives have sent their prosecutors to the Senate to try and convince senators to remove President Trump from office. The president's defenders are finally given the chance to officially present his case since Democrats didn't allow his side during the House process.

Trial rules allow each side 24 hours to present their case over three days. House managers begin their prosecution when proceedings pick back up today as the jury of senators sits silently and listens.

Democrats are demanding the Senate call up new witnesses to testify against Trump in the Senate trial. Republicans say Democrats already called up their own witness during the House hearings and they seem unlikely to call up new ones.

CBN News is providing LIVE streaming coverage of the Senate trial which you can watch at CBNNews.com, on the CBN News app, or via the CBN News Channel in your area. When the Live feed of the trial is not available on the CBN News Channel, you can still watch it by clicking HERE.

For more about the Senate rules for Trump's trial and how McConnell plans to expedite the process, click HERE.

 

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