Breaking news: the House of Representatives has officially impeached President Donald Trump. As we know, though, this doesn’t mean he’s removed from office. It’s time for the hearing to hit the Senate floor, and many of us are wondering how that will play out. In this episode of the Point, Chris Cillizza breaks down how exactly a Senate trial will work. #CNN #News #Cillizza
SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:
15 things you need to know about how Senate impeachment trials work
McConnell rejects Schumer's call for witnesses at impeachment trial
What is an impeachment manager?
The United States Constitution: Resources Guide
Riddick’s senate procedure
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