LISA MASCARO, ERIC TUCKER and ZEKE MILLER
WASHINGTON (AP) — The challenge is becoming increasingly clear for House Democrats prosecuting President Donald Trump's impeachment case as the Senate convenes for a second day of arguments in the landmark trial.
The evidence confronting Trump becomes less compelling when presented again and again, day after day, as Democrats try to convince not just fidgety senators but an American public deeply divided over the Republican president in an election year.
As the Senate gavels in Thursday, the Democrats are one-third of the way through the 24 hours allotted to make their case.
The team led by Rep. Adam Schiff, chairman of House Intelligence Committee, constructed what they hoped was a gripping account of Trump's political pre