The impeachment hearing of former President Trump in the US Senate has entered its fifth day.
The senators are expected to hear closing arguments and hold a vote to decide whether to convict or acquit the former president.
Trump is being accused of instigating the storming of the US Capitol on 6 January which resulted in five deaths. His defence team has insisted that his pre-rally speech raised questions about the election's integrity, but was never an incitement to insurrection.
If convicted, Trump could be barred from holding office in the future; however, an acquittal seems more likely as conviction requires a two-thirds supermajority, which will include 17 members of Trump's own party.
This is Trump's second impeachment trial: he had previously been acquitted on both counts in a trial into his alleged pressure on Ukrainian authorities to investigate the Biden family.
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