Impeachment moves to the Senate this week.
Luckily, Mitch McConnell is running the show, and he has already begun setting the rules for how it’s all going to work.
FOX News reports:
Trump impeachment: How the Senate trial’s first day may proceed, hour by hour
Once the Senate gets through the basics, it’s time for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to offer his resolution dictating the parameters of the trial. McConnell’s proposal is formally known as a “motion” in Senate parlance.
And, by rule, the Senate then has two hours per side to debate the McConnell plan. The Senate will have to eat up all of that two hours, unless there is unanimous consent – meaning all 100 senators agree — to cut things short.
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