WASHINGTON ― In a closely watched exchange during Wednesday’s Senate impeachment trial, President ’s defense team struggled to point to any instances of his interest in rooting out corruption in Ukraine or ’s involvement with that nation before the former vice president launched his Democratic presidential campaign last April.
The key moment came in response to a question posed to Trump’s lawyers by Sens. of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, two who may prove crucial to whether the chamber agrees to hear from witnesses and allow the presentation of new evidence in the case. For that to happen, need at least four GOP senators to break with their leadership
The timeline of Trump’s interest in Ukraine corruption is potentially