This week’s biggest news will probably be the second impeachment trial of Deposed Donald Trump (DDT) which starts tomorrow. Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Mitch McConnell (R-KY) have agreed to the impeachment rules:
Tuesday: Four hours of debate followed by vote on the trial’s constitutionality.
During the trial: Debate on calling witnesses.
Wednesday: Opening arguments beginning at noon for both sides having 16 hours to present case.
Friday, 5:24 pm – Sunday: Originally a pause to observe the Jewish Sabbath although it does not conform with constitutional process. But after the agreement, the Jewish lawyer who asked for the dispensation then said the trial could proceed. It’s the typical DDT process—make a statement, change the statement, and then maybe make more changes. Friday isn’t here yet.
Both Sides: Two hours for closing arguments.
Conclusion: Within a week.
According to a recent ABC News/Ipsos poll, 56 percent of people think DDT
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