UPDATE: Rep. Joe Neguse once again brings it home:
Rep. Joe Neguse: "We humbly, humbly ask you to convict President Trump for the crime for which he is overwhelmingly guilty of. Because if you don't, if we pretend this didn't happen, or worse if we let it go unanswered, who's to say it won't happen again?" pic.twitter.com/jQbUbIM9gh
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) February 11, 2021
Congresswoman Diana DeGette (D-Denver) is making her first appearance today as one of the House impeachment managers.
Democratic impeachment managers are expected to finish their arguments in their case to convict former President Trump. Rep. Diana DeGette is speaking now. Live updates: https://t.co/ofwDfDun8F
— Denver7 News (@DenverChannel) February 11, 2021
The New York Times has more on what to expect in today’s (likely) final remarks from House impeachment managers prosecuting the case against former President Trump:
A day after delivering the Senate a harrowing account of the deadly violence, replete with chilling new video footage, the impeachment managers planned to pivot on the trial’s third day to argue why Mr. Trump must be the first impeached president ever convicted, and the first ex-president disqualified from holding future office.
Their task is a daunting one, aimed at persuading Republican senators who have shown no appetite for breaking with Mr. Trump, and building a historical record of his role in the worst attack on the Capitol since the War of 1812. Led by Representative Jamie Raskin of Maryland, they planned to assert that Mr. Trump’s actions badly damaged the nation’s standing around the world and warn that if left unpunished, the former president would be free to return to power and endanger democracy.