The New York Times reports:
The House Democrats prosecuting Donald J. Trump resumed their case against him on Thursday, turning attention to the harm caused by the Jan. 6 Capitol attack and the “lack of remorse” by the former president who they have charged with inciting it as part of a desperate bid to cling to power.
A day after delivering the Senate a harrowing account of the deadly violence, replete with chilling new video footage, the impeachment managers pivoted on the trial’s third day to argue why Mr. Trump must be the first impeached president ever convicted, and the first ex-president disqualified from holding future office.
They opened showing senators the words of the rioters themselves, captured on video during the violence and in court documents after, unequivocally stating they had acted and ultimately stood down at the former president’s behest.
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Today, House prosecutors will turn their attention to the harm caused by the Capitol attack and aim to illustrate Donald Trump’s lack of remorse. https://t.co/juoQcksIjA
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