The Washington Post reports:
When the House impeachment managers prosecute former President Donald J. Trump this week for inciting the Capitol attack, they plan to mount a fast-paced and cinematic case aimed at rekindling the outrage lawmakers experienced themselves on Jan. 6, in arguments delivered from the scene of the invasion.
Armed with lessons from the first impeachment trial of Mr. Trump, when even Democratic senators complained the arguments were repetitive and sometimes sanctimonious, the prosecutors managing his second are prepared to complete the proceeding in as little as a week, forgo distracting fights over witnesses and rely more heavily on video, according to a half-dozen people working on the case.
Read the full article.
The House impeachment managers are planning to mount a fast-paced and cinematic case during Trump’s impeachment trial this week, forgoing cumbersome tactics that slowed them down in 2019. https://t.co/2amPbqrDrP
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 7, 2021