President Donald Trump"s legal team on Monday filed a lengthy response calling the charges he committed impeachable offenses a "charade" in a preview of the case they will make on the Senate floor when the impeachment trial commences.
President Donald Trump"s legal team on Monday filed a lengthy response to charges he abused his office and obstructed Congress, decrying the attempt to remove him from office as a "charade" and calling on senators to quickly reject it.
When Pat Cipollone steps foot onto the faded blue carpet of the Senate chamber next week, the relative anonymity he has enjoyed for much of his three-decade law career will be stripped away by the glare of cameras and the scrutiny of history.
As the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump begins on Tuesday, many questions remain about how the process will play out and how it will ultimately impact Trump. This much is for sure: the stakes are stratospheric — for Trump, for those who surround him and for the United States.