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Asking you to do something that no Senate has ever done and they're asking you to do it with no evidence for the first time since the impeachment trial of president trump started the president's lawyers are able to make their opening argument it was over for today after two hours the president's legal teams a lot of twenty four hours to start off their opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial the team arguing several times there was no quid pro quo deputy White House counsel Michael purpura Democrats entire quid pro quo theory is based on nothing more than the initial speculation of one person ambassador sauna that's speculation is wrong acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney in a briefing said there was a trade off and in his words to get over it Mulvaney then tried to walk back those remarks he's been sought after in the impeachment inquiry legal analyst Melissa Murray and went straight to work trying to pick holes in the manager's case in again to show that the managers fail to maintain their burden to prove this case they say beyond a reasonable doubt and that really is the question what is the standard of proof for impeachment trial with continuing coverage the impeachment trial of president trump I'm church Iverson ABC news