WASHINGTON: Donald Trump spent weeks inflaming supporters by telling them the election was stolen, then became the “inciter-in-chief of a dangerous insurrection” at the US Capitol, Democratic prosecutors told Senators Wednesday at the former president’s impeachment trial.
“The evidence will show you that ex-president Trump was no innocent bystander,” and that he “surrendered his role as commander-in-chief and became the inciter-in-chief of a dangerous insurrection,” lead House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, a Democratic congressman, told the Senate‘s 100 members.
“And when the violence inexorably and inevitably came, as predicted, and overran this body and the House of Representatives with chaos, we will show you that he completely abdicated his duty as commander in chief to stop the violence and protect the government,” Raskin added.

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