Since the House of Representatives' historic vote to impeach President Donald Trump the President has been raging at rallies and on Twitter about what he claims is a sham process.
Now, attention is on the Republican-dominated Senate and how it will conduct the trial of the President.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) indicated that she will hold off on delivering articles of impeachment to the Senate until she's sure that it will conduct a fair trial, with the possibility of bringing forth witnesses that Trump barred from testifying before representatives.
Trump, unsurprisingly, is not on board with the decision.
Pelosi's concerns aren't without merit. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said he would be coordinating the trial at the instruction of White House Counsel. Meanwhile, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) scoffed at the idea that he would be an impartial juror, despite the fact that senators must take an oath of impartiality before the trial begins.
Pelosi indirectly rebutted Trump on her own Twitter account.
People are applauding Pelosi for her leadership in the aftermath of the vote.
Others weren't buying Trump's attempts to smear Pelosi.
In a reversal of his remarks before Pelosi's decision, McConnell now says he's open to hearing from previously withheld witnesses.