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The U.S. Senate voted 57-43 on Trump's impeachment charge. All fifty democrats and seven Republicans voted to convict but this fell short of the 67 votes needed to convict.
Final day of oral arguments by House impeachment managers, starting at noon ET.
The Senate voted 56-44 to move forward with the trial. Six Republicans joined the 50 Democratic senators.
This is the deadline for the former president to respond to the House article of impeachment.
Former President Trump's office announced a new legal team, lead by David Schoen and Bruce L. Castor, Jr.
Five of Trump's impeachment lawyers, including lead lawyers Butch Bowers and Deborah Barbier, left his legal team, one week before his trial is scheduled to begin.
Trump's presidential term came to an end at noon, before he was tried in the Senate.
Trump impeached by the House of Representatives on one article, incitement of insurrection against the government of the United States. This was his second impeachment of his term.
The United States Capitol was attacked by a mob, resulting in property damage and five deaths. The attack occurred while Congress was counting the results of the Electoral College vote. The attack was preceded by a rally at which former President Trump told supporters to "fight like hell.”