(Oliver Contreras/For The Washington Post)
This is where Democrats and Republicans in the Senate stand on convicting President Trump. He was impeached by the House on Jan. 13, making him the first president in history to have been impeached twice.
Negotiations over the structure of the trial are expected to continue through the weekend, aides said, but if there is no agreement, opening statements will begin Tuesday.
McConnell and others said Trump needed more time to prepare since he was struggling to find a legal team.
The second vote by the House comes against a backdrop of threats of more violence and a capital in lockdown ahead of Biden’s inauguration
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