Legal experts highlight ‘huge error’ in Trump lawyers’ impeachment wrap-up
President Donald Trump's private lawyer Jay Sekulow (Photo: Screen capture)

Tuesday was the final day of President Donald Trump's defense team making the case that not only did the president not commit the crimes of which he is accused but that it isn't actually a crime.

The team focused the majority of their time making the case that the House had no standing with the impeachment allegations and that the United States should simply get rid of impeachment altogether. It was an accusation that sent legal scholars and commentators to Twitter to lament the absurdity.

Meanwhile, Republicans worked to block Bolton from testifying. The most recent polls from Quinnipiac University show that 75 percent of Americans want witnesses in the trial.

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