Littwin: Flip the page on the calendar. It’s time to move past the guy whose name we shall not mention
There are so many important issues to deal with, none of them easy, many of them complex, but not one, it turns out, that requires access to a Twitter account
Silverman: Let’s all learn from this losing impeachment experience
America will struggle so long as Trumpism thrives
Littwin: On Day Five, Trump is acquitted and the 43 Republicans who voted with him should be found guilty
In maybe the most puzzling moment of the day, Mitch McConnell made a speech blasting Trump, saying he was clearly guilty of incitement and more. He also explained why he nevertheless voted to acquit.
Nicolais: Joe Neguse nails his star turn in Trump’s impeachment trial
As one of the House impeachment managers, the nation saw what many Coloradans have known about Joe Neguse for awhile
Littwin: Day Four was another bad day for Trump’s legal team, but a worse one if you think impeachment trials are about justice
Unless the Democrats decide to call witnesses — say, Kevin McCarthy — the vote is coming today. And we didn’t hear from anyone who believes Trump will be convicted
Here are the six Coloradans arrested in connection with the U.S. Capitol riot
As the U.S. Senate holds the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, here are the six Coloradans charged in connection with the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Littwin: On Day Three of the impeachment trial, House managers continued their uphill search for 17 Republicans to defy Trump
Diana DeGette finally got her turn to present, batting leadoff. Joe Neguse was one of the closers. Meanwhile, Trump’s defense team is up next, but don’t expect them to be up for very long.
Littwin: Trump might never be convicted, but on Day Two of the impeachment trial he finally met his day of reckoning
Remarkable video, much of it never made public, stunned even the senators who had lived through the Capitol assault. As one House manager put it, Trump left “everyone in this Capitol for dead”
Colorado’s Joe Neguse, other Democratic impeachment managers present chilling video, audio from Capitol riot
Trump’s supporters were prepped and armed, ready to descend on the Capitol, Neguse said. “When they heard his speech, they understood his words.”
Littwin: On Day One of the Trump impeachment trial, the House managers win in a rout, but only 6 GOP senators seem to notice
House manager Jamie Raskin’s emotional presentation of a video of the Capitol assault set the tone for the day. Colorado’s own Joe Neguse made a star turn as constitutional explainer. And the trial moves on.
Carman: Welcome to the Impeachment Bowl, where Colorado is fielding an all-star lineup
Welcome to the 2021 Super Brawl, when football and the impeachment trial merge into a weeklong festival of pandemic binge-watching
Littwin: Dems lay out their case against Trump — it started with the Big Lie, and that led to insurrection and impeachment
Trump’s team argues not only that you can’t try an ex-president, but also — and this argument is made only to please Trump — that Trump’s claim of election fraud was reasonable to make.
Cory Gardner votes to acquit Trump, Michael Bennet votes to convict as impeachment trial comes to an end
Gardner, a first-term senator who faces a tough 2020 reelection bid, said Democrats failed to prove their case. "What we did not see over the last two weeks was a conclusive reason to remove the president."