ABC: Poll shows majority of Americans say Trump should be convicted, barred from federal officehttps://t.co/bCk2llYl29
— David Jolly (@DavidJollyFL) February 7, 2021
Trump: it wasn’t me
Science: pretty sure it was you https://t.co/BlPmFw4dof
— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) February 6, 2021
the claim that the president's words could not be reasonably seen as a call to violence is kind of refuted by the fact that, you know, it was. there was violence. he said the thing, and then they did the thing.
it's literally what happened.
— Peloton InfoSec Analyst (Incident Response) (@CalmSporting) February 8, 2021
ok we will just see if the people who breached the capitol have filed any defenses in court claiming trump told them to breach the capitol and uh oh nevermind this was a poor plan https://t.co/FOgds0Umrv
— kilgore trout, back in some form (@KT_So_It_Goes) February 8, 2021
Biden took one question on south lawn at White House after Delaware trip. When asked about Trump’s political life, Biden commented about Trump not testifying in impeachment trial. https://t.co/em0ITUkNKP
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) February 8, 2021
A summary of the White House position this week: “I’m just not going to have any more for you, weighing in on impeachment,” @PressSec says. "It’s a big story. But our focus is on the American Rescue Plan."
— Matt Viser (@mviser) February 8, 2021
The Washington Post has Trump’s lawyer’s full 70-plus-page trial brief, if you’re that curious.
New: McConnell and Schumer close to a deal on trial rules. Some of the details below, per person familiar pic.twitter.com/FbnwKQgltz
— Manu Raju (@mkraju) February 8, 2021
The young kids coming up today are going to think Trump being put on trial in the Senate is just an annual thing like the Super Bowl or the Winter Solstice. Wonder what he'll do for 2022.
— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) February 6, 2021