Trump impeachment

Senators voted on Feb. 5, 2020 to acquit President Trump on two articles of impeachment — abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The vote ended the trial that began Jan. 21.

Want a quick overview of the case, those involved and key documents? Check out this NPR guide.

Ex-National Enquirer publisher testifies against Donald Trump in hush money trial
David Pecker has previously cooperated with federal investigations into payments made to two women who were going to allege they had affairs with Trump ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
Trump tried to ‘corrupt’ the 2016 election, prosecutor alleges as hush money trial gets underway
A prosecutor says Donald Trump “orchestrated a criminal scheme to corrupt” the 2016 presidential election. Manhattan district attorney’s office prosecutor Matthew Colangelo made the remarks during opening statements Monday at Trump’s historic hush money trial. 
5 things to know about the 14th Amendment effort to block Trump from the presidency
Some legal scholars and activists say an obscure provision of the Constitution, dating back to just after the Civil War, should disqualify Donald Trump from a second White House term.
Trump pleads not guilty to federal charges that he illegally kept classified documents
Donald Trump became the first former president to face a judge on federal charges as he pleaded not guilty in a Miami courtroom Tuesday to dozens of felony counts accusing him of hoarding classified documents and refusing government demands to give them back.
Trump is calling for support for his court appearance. The far right may stay away
Extremism researchers say online rhetoric from the far right has heated up since Trump was indicted. But they're not seeing signs that it will translate to collective violence.
The Jan. 6 committee will take up criminal referrals against Donald Trump
The referrals will be voted on during a meeting as part of a longer list of recommendations for criminal referrals. Referrals do not carry any legal weight or compel the Justice Department to act.
Jan. 6 panel issues subpoena to Trump, demanding he testify
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol has issued a subpoena to Donald Trump. The nine-member panel sent a letter to the former president's lawyers on Friday, demanding his testimony under oath by mid-November and outlining a series of corresponding documents.
An analyst is acquitted of lying to the FBI over the Trump-Russia 'Steele dossier'
A jury acquitted think tank analyst Igor Danchenko, who was accused of lying to the FBI about his role in the creation of a discredited dossier about former President Donald Trump.
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