... lemme preamble first I'm not really able to represent a true neutral on this subject. But I'll kinda try.
... emolument clause ...
... Him being aided by Russians to win the 2016 election is something I find... mildly doubtful? ...
... The whole Ukraine thing feels kinda iffy on the credibility department to be honest - from what I read on that front, he's being implicated for phone calls ...
... refer to her impeachment as a coup d'etat ...
The first hearing if I'm not mistaken, to address the Emoluments clause, will happen Monday morning (it might be the first ever).
RusGov interference charges included here : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_charges_brought_in_the_Special_Counsel_investigation_(2017%E2%80%932019)#Table_of_charges
Ukraine one small detail, Sondland the EU Ambassador placed a cell phone call in a public
restaurant with a USGov dude at the table, on a Russian owned cell system, with Ukrainian equipment, on a Chinese manufactured phone. They've got the transcript along with the various USA agencies. But the intelligence agencies can not confirm or deny (publicly). Sondland's testimony implicates the Vice Pres, the Secretary of State, the Energy Secretary, the Republican leader of the Intelligence committee, amongst others.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Sondland#Public_testimony
One of Trump's public lines for a few days was calling it a Coup too.
There's a whole lot of odd ball historic dotted I's and crossed T's happening, that are details not normally covered at all, by usual sources.
Ahh but the Lawyers and Political Hacks, positively love this stuff.
It is almost entirely a Politics process for now.
Trump has a deadline of his last day in office about the real Legal stuff, just like President Clinton had to negotiate.
Right now the knowable votes in the US Senate :
McConnell doesn't have the inside Republican votes to table the Conviction hearing
Romney and Maine's Collins met with Trump ... which gives room for a 51-49 vote on something
2 more Repubs would have to Publicly "defect" to make the Conviction hearing rules include secret ballots
The story carried even by Fox News, is that 30 Repub Senators would vote to convict IF AND ONLY IF a secret ballot was possible, nope 30 is too low it's maybe 35
(but how the !@#$ are these 2 things not able to happen quite yet ?! ... doesn't matter it currently isn't happening)
They have to get to 2/3rds present
(!) to Convict, which the Dems (47 + ??) don't have anything near that, but the 'present' part might be a way forward.
but don't worry
there'll be plenty more Trump-aliciousness going on for a while.