Following a marathon session of squabbling, the Republican-controlled upper chamber voted to block documents related to President Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine, as well as subpoenas for White House officials. The raucous day ended with an exchange between House prosecutors and Trump’s lawyers that was vicious enough that Chief Justice John Roberts stepped in to scold them. The trial resumes this afternoon.
Who's winning? Some pundits think both sides are harming themselves, with Democrats simultaneously claiming their case is airtight and demanding more evidence — while Trump's lawyers might struggle to contest the facts without new witness testimony.