Washington is taking action next week in the face of a possible war with Iran.
(Bloomberg) -- House managers will wrap up their case against President Donald Trump on Friday, completing three days of arguments in the Senate impeachment trial. Trump's lawyers are set to begin presenting his defense on Saturday.Here are the latest developments:Trump Lawyers Still Plan to Start Saturday (10:19 a.m.)Trump's lawyers still plan to open their defense on Saturday, an administration official familiar with the matter said Friday, hours after the president tweeted that Saturday is the "Death Valley" of television."After having been treated unbelievably unfairly in the House, and then having to endure hour after hour of lies, fraud & deception by Shifty Schiff, Cryin' Chuck...
"You sat on a couch while thousands of people were paid modern-day slave wages," the freshman lawmaker argued.
A number of people involved in the trial, including President Donald Trump, have dished some not-quite-accurate claims.
House impeachment managers, led by Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., have 24 hours, over three days, to argue their case against Trump.