Trump lawyers fact-checked on 12 false claims by the House Intel Committee
Adam Schiff (CNN/screen grab)

President Donald Trump's defense attorneys returned to the floor of the United States Senate on Monday as the impeachment trial began its second week.

Trump's lawyers were criticized for what they did not say, as they ignored the bombshell revelation that Ambassador John Bolton will reveal in an upcoming book that the president explicitly linked aid to Ukraine with an investigation of the Biden family during a private meeting. The news of the book is said to be a nightmare scenario that has rattled the White House.

Trump's lawyers weren't only criticized for what the did not say, but also for what they did claim.

The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence took to Trump's favorite social media platform to fact-check the trial in real-time.

Here are 12 claims that were fact-check by the Intelligence Committee: