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During the hours of arguments in the Senate impeachment trial, Senators took notes of the proceedings. Now you can see what they were wrote.

The Senate impeachment trial will end Wednesday when senators, who have served as jurors through weeks of arguments and debate, take a final vote.

The Senate impeachment trial will end Wednesday when senators, who have served as jurors through weeks of arguments and debate, take a final vote.

The Senate impeachment trial will end Wednesday when senators, who have served as jurors through weeks of arguments and debate, take a final vote.

The Senate impeachment trial will end Wednesday when senators, who have served as jurors through weeks of arguments and debate, take a final vote.

The Senate impeachment trial will end Wednesday when senators, who have served as jurors through weeks of arguments and debate, take a final vote.

The Senate impeachment trial will end Wednesday when senators, who have served as jurors through weeks of arguments and debate, take a final vote.

The Senate impeachment trial will end Wednesday when senators, who have served as jurors through weeks of arguments and debate, take a final vote.

Closing arguments in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial were aimed more toward history than to sway the outcome, one final chance to influence public opinion and set the record ahead of his expected acquittal in the Republican-led Senate.

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The way the Senate decides to handle mid-trial questions such as witnesses could have institutional consequences that go far beyond this trial and this presidency. We are not going to rush into these questions without even hearing opening arguments.

Analysis: Alan Dershowitz's brazen legal arguments in Senate impeachment trial have legal scholars and former colleagues shaking their heads

Those claiming Senate GOP going to hold trial without witnesses is lying: We are using same rules used in Clinton trial: 1. During INITIAL arguments will only consider testimony of witnesses used in House; 2. After initial phase Senate can hear additional witnesses if needed

Here is the moment I voted to conclude the Senate impeachment trial of President@realDonaldTrump  and move to closing arguments. We have heard from both sides through a fair process. It is now time to conclude this trial and get back to work for the American people.

Senators will soon hear closing arguments from House managers & the President’s defense team, bringing this show trial closer to its rigged conclusion. The American people wanted the truth—in rushing to an ending without witnesses or documents, the Senate is failing them.

NEWS: House Dems just now point the US Court of Appeals DC Circuit to the arguments President Trump's lawyers made in the Senate impeachment trial that the proper venue for fighting a subpoena is in court, contradicting DOJ's stance in a lawsuit to hear testimony from Don McGahn.

If you listen to one part of today’s arguments, make sure you listen to @RepAdamSchiff’s closing. It was so compelling—and made clear how much is at stake if Senate Republicans allow a cover-up rather than the fair, honest trial Americans deserve.

@JoeNBC  says Rep. Schiff's speech was a "virtuoso performance" yesterday during opening arguments at the Senate impeachment trial.

The Senate will determine whether or not we need to hear more witnesses from both sides after we have heard opening arguments from both sides – the very same approach that received unanimous bipartisan support from the Senate during the Clinton Impeachment Trial.

McConnell sets trial, with House brief due by 5p Saturday; Trump team brief due by noon Monday. House rebuttal briefs due noon Tuesday. 1p Tuesday Senate reconvenes with opening arguments. Trump is now being summoned by the Senate

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