WASHINGTON — The indictment is in. It’s time to go to trial.
Last month, the House of Representatives voted to formally impeach President Trump for the high crimes of abusing his power and obstructing Congress. Impeachment articles are like a charging document, laying out the high crimes committed by the president.
Now, the action moves to the Senate, which will likely conduct the third impeachment trial in American history. Chief Justice John Roberts will preside over the trial. The proceedings could start as early as Wednesday.
Here’s everything you need to know about the next phase of Trump’s impeachment:
How does a Senate impeachment trial work?
Speaker Pelosi will pick her impeachment “managers” — a group of House members (likely all Democrats) who will