Photo: Getty Images One week after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol, the House has voted to impeach President Trump for a second time. Meanwhile criminal-justice consequences continue to play out for those who stormed the Capitol. Below, updates on the volatile situation. Updates appear in reverse chronological order. Though, New York’s Olivia Nuzzi notes that the Trump campaign did send a message as he was being impeached for a second time. Now the action moves to the Senate, but the timeframe is unclear, as Intelligencer’s Ed Kilgore explains: The forward trajectory of the impeachment effort now is a bit of a mystery. Normally enacted articles of impeachment trigger an immediate Senate trial when they are presented by House impeachment managers, which House Democrats have indicated will happen with great dispatch. But the Senate is not planning to be in session until January 19, and today Mitch McConnell (who will remain majority leader until new Georgia senators Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff are sworn in, probably at around the same time or soon after the Senate reconvenes) made it clear he would not accelerate that timetable to facilitate an impeachment trial. So under that timetable the impeachment trial… Read full this story
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