Democrats Detail How "Inciter-In-Chief" Donald Trump Whipped Up "Mob"

Author : lahoregreenz
Publish Date : 2021-02-11 09:05:58
Democrats Detail How "Inciter-In-Chief" Donald Trump Whipped Up "Mob"

Washington, United States: 

Democratic impeachment prosecutors on Wednesday branded Donald Trump "inciter-in-chief" of a deadly attack on Congress at the culmination of his doomed attempt to overturn the US election.

Trump, holed up in his luxury Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, has been gone from power for three weeks.

But the flamboyant and deeply polarizing Republican once more overshadowed Washington as his Senate trial entered a second day, with party senators indicating they are unlikely to join Democrats in voting to convict -- and risk the wrath of his followers.

Democratic impeachment managers -- equivalent to prosecutors in a regular trial -- painstakingly reconstructed the events leading up to the November 3 presidential election won by Joe Biden. They then laid out the aftermath, when Trump's attempts to discredit and ultimately overturn the result became ever more blatant.

After weeks of warning his tens of millions of supporters that he could only lose if there were fraud, Trump ramped up his lies after Election Day, insisting that Biden's party had cheated. Finally, he called a mass rally in Washington on January 6 and encouraged the crowd to march on Congress where lawmakers were certifying the Democrat's win.

In the ensuing mayhem, five people died, including one woman shot after breaking into the Capitol and one policeman killed by the crowd.

In what often resembled the presentation at a criminal trial, impeachment leaders backed their timelines with video footage and copious documentary evidence -- much of it in the form of Trump's incendiary tweets falsely claiming fraud and urging supporters to "fight."

"When the violence inexorably and inevitably came," said lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, "he completely abdicated his duty."

"Donald Trump surrendered his role as commander-in-chief and became the inciter-in-chief of a dangerous insurrection," Raskin said.

Another impeachment manager, Ted Lieu, said the Capitol riot was the logical result of Trump's months-long attempts to discredit and then dispute the election.

"President Donald J. Trump ran out of non-violent options to maintain power," he said.

- Trump lawyers drop ball -

Unlike Trump's first impeachment trial a year ago, which took three weeks, this one is expected to be over within days.

And after a large majority of Republicans voted Tuesday that they consider putting a former president on trial to be unconstitutional, it appears highly unlikely that Democrats can obtain the two-thirds majority in the Senate required for conviction.

Trump, meanwhile, is largely -- and uncharacteristically -- silent in his Florida retreat.

Washington, United States: 

Democratic impeachment prosecutors on Wednesday branded Donald Trump "inciter-in-chief" of a deadly attack on Congress at the culmination of his doomed attempt to overturn the US election.

Trump, holed up in his luxury Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, has been gone from power for three weeks.

But the flamboyant and deeply polarizing Republican once more overshadowed Washington as his Senate trial entered a second day, with party senators indicating they are unlikely to join Democrats in voting to convict -- and risk the wrath of his followers.

Democratic impeachment managers -- equivalent to prosecutors in a regular trial -- painstakingly reconstructed the events leading up to the November 3 presidential election won by Joe Biden. They then laid out the aftermath, when Trump's attempts to discredit and ultimately overturn the result became ever more blatant.

After weeks of warning his tens of millions of supporters that he could only lose if there were fraud, Trump ramped up his lies after Election Day, insisting that Biden's party had cheated. Finally, he called a mass rally in Washington on January 6 and encouraged the crowd to march on Congress where lawmakers were certifying the Democrat's win.

In the ensuing mayhem, five people died, including one woman shot after breaking into the Capitol and one policeman killed by the crowd.

In what often resembled the presentation at a criminal trial, impeachment leaders backed their timelines with video footage and copious documentary evidence -- much of it in the form of Trump's incendiary tweets falsely claiming fraud and urging supporters to "fight."

"When the violence inexorably and inevitably came," said lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, "he completely abdicated his duty."

"Donald Trump surrendered his role as commander-in-chief and became the inciter-in-chief of a dangerous insurrection," Raskin said.

Another impeachment manager, Ted Lieu, said the Capitol riot was the logical result of Trump's months-long attempts to discredit and then dispute the election.

"President Donald J. Trump ran out of non-violent options to maintain power," he said.

- Trump lawyers drop ball -

Unlike Trump's first impeachment trial a year ago, which took three weeks, this one is expected to be over within days.

And after a large majority of Republicans voted Tuesday that they consider putting a former president on trial to be unconstitutional, it appears highly unlikely that Democrats can obtain the two-thirds majority in the Senate required for conviction.

Trump, meanwhile, is largely -- and uncharacteristically -- silent in his Florida retreat.

Washington, United States: 

Democratic impeachment prosecutors on Wednesday branded Donald Trump "inciter-in-chief" of a deadly attack on Congress at the culmination of his doomed attempt to overturn the US election.

Trump, holed up in his luxury Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, has been gone from power for three weeks.

But the flamboyant and deeply polarizing Republican once more overshadowed Washington as his Senate trial entered a second day, with party senators indicating they are unlikely to join Democrats in voting to convict -- and risk the wrath of his followers.

Democratic impeachment managers -- equivalent to prosecutors in a regular trial -- painstakingly reconstructed the events leading up to the November 3 presidential election won by Joe Biden. They then laid out the aftermath, when Trump's attempts to discredit and ultimately overturn the result became ever more blatant.

After weeks of warning his tens of millions of supporters that he could only lose if there were fraud, Trump ramped up his lies after Election Day, insisting that Biden's party had cheated. Finally, he called a mass rally in Washington on January 6 and encouraged the crowd to march on Congress where lawmakers were certifying the Democrat's win.

In the ensuing mayhem, five people died, including one woman shot after breaking into the Capitol and one policeman killed by the crowd.

In what often resembled the presentation at a criminal trial, impeachment leaders backed their timelines with video footage and copious documentary evidence -- much of it in the form of Trump's incendiary tweets falsely claiming fraud and urging supporters to "fight."

"When the violence inexorably and inevitably came," said lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, "he completely abdicated his duty."

"Donald Trump surrendered his role as commander-in-chief and became the inciter-in-chief of a dangerous insurrection," Raskin said.

Another impeachment manager, Ted Lieu, said the Capitol riot was the logical result of Trump's months-long attempts to discredit and then dispute the election.

"President Donald J. Trump ran out of non-violent options to maintain power," he said.

- Trump lawyers drop ball -

Unlike Trump's first impeachment trial a year ago, which took three weeks, this one is expected to be over within days.

And after a large majority of Republicans voted Tuesday that they consider putting a former president on trial to be unconstitutional, it appears highly unlikely that Democrats can obtain the two-thirds majority in the Senate required for conviction.

Trump, meanwhile, is largely -- and uncharacteristically -- silent in his Florida retreat.

Washington, United States: 

Democratic impeachment prosecutors on Wednesday branded Donald Trump "inciter-in-chief" of a deadly attack on Congress at the culmination of his doomed attempt to overturn the US election.

Trump, holed up in his luxury Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, has been gone from power for three weeks.

But the flamboyant and deeply polarizing Republican once more overshadowed Washington as his Senate trial entered a second day, with party senators indicating they are unlikely to join Democrats in voting to convict -- and risk the wrath of his followers.

Democratic impeachment managers -- equivalent to prosecutors in a regular trial -- painstakingly reconstructed the events leading up to the November 3 presidential election won by Joe Biden. They then laid out the aftermath, when Trump's attempts to discredit and ultimately overturn the result became ever more blatant.

After weeks of warning his tens of millions of supporters that he could only lose if there were fraud, Trump ramped up his lies after Election Day, insisting that Biden's party had cheated. Finally, he called a mass rally in Washington on January 6 and encouraged the crowd to march on Congress where lawmakers were certifying the Democrat's win.

In the ensuing mayhem, five people died, including one woman shot after breaking into the Capitol and one policeman killed by the crowd.

In what often resembled the presentation at a criminal trial, impeachment leaders backed their timelines with video footage and copious documentary evidence -- much of it in the form of Trump's incendiary tweets falsely claiming fraud and urging supporters to "fight."

"When the violence inexorably and inevitably came," said lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, "he completely abdicated his duty."

"Donald Trump surrendered his role as commander-in-chief and became the inciter-in-chief of a dangerous insurrection," Raskin said.

Another impeachment manager, Ted Lieu, said the Capitol riot was the logical result of Trump's months-long attempts to discredit and then dispute the election.

"President Donald J. Trump ran out of non-violent options to maintain power," he said.

- Trump lawyers drop ball -

Unlike Trump's first impeachment trial a year ago, which took three weeks, this one is expected to be over within days.

And after a large majority of Republicans voted Tuesday that they consider putting a former president on trial to be unconstitutional, it appears highly unlikely that Democrats can obtain the two-thirds majority in the Senate required for conviction.

Trump, meanwhile, is largely -- and uncharacteristically -- silent in his Florida retreat.

Washington, United States: 

Democratic impeachment prosecutors on Wednesday branded Donald Trump "inciter-in-chief" of a deadly attack on Congress at the culmination of his doomed attempt to overturn the US election.

Trump, holed up in his luxury Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, has been gone from power for three weeks.

But the flamboyant and deeply polarizing Republican once more overshadowed Washington as his Senate trial entered a second day, with party senators indicating they are unlikely to join Democrats in voting to convict -- and risk the wrath of his followers.

Democratic impeachment managers -- equivalent to prosecutors in a regular trial -- painstakingly reconstructed the events leading up to the November 3 presidential election won by Joe Biden. They then laid out the aftermath, when Trump's attempts to discredit and ultimately overturn the result became ever more blatant.

After weeks of warning his tens of millions of supporters that he could only lose if there were fraud, Trump ramped up his lies after Election Day, insisting that Biden's party had cheated. Finally, he called a mass rally in Washington on January 6 and encouraged the crowd to march on Congress where lawmakers were certifying the Democrat's win.

In the ensuing mayhem, five people died, including one woman shot after breaking into the Capitol and one policeman killed by the crowd.

In what often resembled the presentation at a criminal trial, impeachment leaders backed their timelines with video footage and copious documentary evidence -- much of it in the form of Trump's incendiary tweets falsely claiming fraud and urging supporters to "fight."

"When the violence inexorably and inevitably came," said lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, "he completely abdicated his duty."

"Donald Trump surrendered his role as commander-in-chief and became the inciter-in-chief of a dangerous insurrection," Raskin said.

Another impeachment manager, Ted Lieu, said the Capitol riot was the logical result of Trump's months-long attempts to discredit and then dispute the election.

"President Donald J. Trump ran out of non-violent options to maintain power," he said.

- Trump lawyers drop ball -

Unlike Trump's first impeachment trial a year ago, which took three weeks, this one is expected to be over within days.

And after a large majority of Republicans voted Tuesday that they consider putting a former president on trial to be unconstitutional, it appears highly unlikely that Democrats can obtain the two-thirds majority in the Senate required for conviction.

Trump, meanwhile, is largely -- and uncharacteristically -- silent in his Florida retreat.

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