The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump will begin today.
This time, the case against Mr. Trump is more straightforward: Did his words incite chaos at the Capitol on Jan. 6?
We look ahead to the arguments both sides will present.
Guest: Jim Rutenberg, a writer at large for The New York Times and The Times Magazine.
Background reading:The impeachment case claims that former President Donald Trump was “singularly responsible” for the Capitol riot. His defense team argues that he cannot be tried.Here’s what to watch for as the trial begins.Hours after the 2020 vote, Mr. Trump declared the process a fraud. We look at his 77-day campaign to subvert the election.
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