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The third process of history against a president in the United States Senate begins.

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The political trial against Trump starts with a struggle over rules that will govern the process The historic political trial against the US president. The US, Donald Trump, begins Tuesday in the Senate. Democrats and Republicans will discuss the rules that will govern the process.

Find the validation of El Cazamentiras at the end of the news.

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            International Writing with AFP and Efe

January 21, 2020, 05:35 p.m.

The historic political trial against the president of the United States, Donald Trump, began on Tuesday in the Senate amid a strong struggle between the Democratic opposition and the Republicans – who control the upper house – by the rules that will govern the process.

Four months after the Ukrainian scandal that broke the government of
Trump 10 months after the presidential elections, the 100 senators will meet in the chamber for the trial that began at one o'clock in the afternoon and will probably end with the president's acquittal.

Trump thus becomes the third president in the history of the United States to be subjected to political trial, after Andrew Johnson in 1868 and Bill Clinton in 1999.

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The head of the Senate Republican majority, Mitch McConnell, introduced a draft resolution on the procedure with which he seeks to exclude evidence about the investigation while compressing the duration of the process.

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McConnell seeks "in a deliberate way to hide the truth from the Senate and the American people, because he knows that the president's infractions are indefensible and require his removal," said House of Representatives president Democrat Nancy Pelosi.

Accusations

Senators must decide on the charges that the House of Representatives, controlled by the Democrats, charged Trump last month: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

5:34 p.m.

'No president has done the Trump thing'

Democratic representative Val Demings said about President Trump that he has challenged the political trial: "No president in history has done anything like this … I have never seen anyone take such extreme measures to hide evidence that their innocence is supposed to be," said.

5:17 p.m.

Restart the session

Judge John Roberts restarts the session and gives the floor to Rep. Val Demings of Florida and former Chief of the Orlando Police, who is part of the prosecutors of the trial against Donald Trump.

4:49 p.m.

Document request

Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer had requested that the White House provide additional documentation to contribute to the trial against President Donald Trump.

4:49 p.m.

Judge Roberts declares recess

Judge of the trial of President Donald Trump, John Roberts, who is the president of the Supreme Court of Justice declared the session recess.

4:35 p.m.

Talk to Schiff again

The chief prosecutor of the political trial of Donald Trump takes the floor again and reaffirms that the president is not a loose wheel or else he would be a king.

4:26 p.m.

Talk White House lawyer

Patrick Philbin, a White House lawyer sets out arguments about the trial. Trump's team did not participate in the House process. He believes that President Trump did nothing wrong in his relationship with President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelenski.

4:15 p.m.

Speak specialist in Russia and Europe

Concept exchange between Zoe Lofgren and Fiona Hill, who is an American foreign affairs specialist born in Britain. She is a former official of the US National Security Council. UU. He specializes in Russian and European affairs. On the political trial of President Trump said that Republicans create a narrative to justify and exonerate the president.

3:26 p.m.

Zoe Lofgren's intervention

Lofgren, part of the group of prosecutors of the trial projects statements by Trump where the president says that the constitution allows him to do what he wants. He also claims that the White House is hiding direct communications with Ukrainian President Zelensky.

3:14 p.m.

The trial resumes

The Democrat Adam Schiff speaks who criticizes the arguments of the Trump team and ensures that the purpose of the trial is to prevent any future president from trying to get over the law.

2:50 p.m.

Senate decrees recess

The Senate ordered a 15-minute break during the Trump trial.

2:41 p.m.

Finish speaking Sekulow

Trump's chief of lawyers said the trial is ridiculous and must end soon to face the November presidential election.

2:18 p.m.

Trump's chief of lawyer speaks

Jay Sekulow, head of the Donald Trump group of lawyers began to speak and stressed that the Democrats in the House of Representatives made voluntary and involuntary errors and omissions in the process of preparing the alleged evidence against Trump.

Jay Sekulow, head of Donald Trump's personal lawyers.

2:17 p.m.

Schiff finishes speaking

The head of prosecutors of the trial against Donald Trump, Adam Schiff, finished speaking, after 57 minutes of intervention and asked the Republican senators to be realistic with the country and see that the charges against the president are well founded.

2:08 p.m.

President Trump launches message on Twitter

While the chief prosecutor Adam Schiff, the president wrote on Twitter READ THE TRANSCRIPTIONS!

1:40 p.m.

Representative Adam Schiff

Prosecutor leader Adam Schiff says this will be a fair trial but sees that Republicans in the Senate want to exonerate the president.

1:35 p.m.

Representative Sylvia García

The representative for the state said that with the Constitution on our side, my colleagues in charge of political judgment and I will fulfill our solemn duty to defend and defend our democracy.

With the Constitution on our side, my fellow impeachment managers and I will fulfill our solemn duty to uphold and defend our democracy.

Despite efforts to cover up the President’s wrong doing, we’ll ensure the American people learn the truth.

We owe it to the American people. pic.twitter.com/xy4sHx56Bu

– Rep. Sylvia Garcia (@RepSylviaGarcia) January 21, 2020

Representative Adam Schiff, leader of the prosecutors of the trial against Donald Trump.

1:18 p.m.

Trump's lawyers speak

President Trump's three-lawyer team said the trial has no merits and asked to speed up the process to close it and exonerate the president.

1:00

Senators discuss the rules of the game

While on the outskirts of the Capitol, the seat of the United States Congress, there were protesters against President Trump who made pitos and pans sound, others in support of the president, shouted slogans in his favor.

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