Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial has begun in the US Senate.
The former president is charged with “inciting insurrection” in a speech to supporters ahead of the deadly riot at the US Capitol on 6th January.
Impeachment is the process of charging a public official with “high crimes or misdemeanours”. They are tried in the US Senate with a two-thirds majority required to convict them.
If Senators agre Mr Trump could be banned from ever again holding any public office.
Fiona Bruce presents BBC News at Ten reporting by North America editor Jon Sopel.
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