'Will There Be A Fair Trial?': Adam Schiff Argues Against Proposed Senate Rules
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., spoke against the proposed rules for the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump, asking Senators to consider if the rules would allow for a "fair trial."
As the number of cases of the deadly coronavirus increase around the world, so do efforts to develop a vaccine against it. But it's a time-consuming process. A number of laboratories around the world are currently engaged in developing one, including the University of Hong Kong. Back in 2003, it was the first to isolate the SARS virus. DW's Charlotte Chelsom-Pill visited the researchers there, to see firsthand how they're trying to help this time round. Nomiki Konst talks about new debate format rules and how the allocation of delegates and superdelegates will impact the race moving forward. Congressman Doug Collins sounds off on Rep. Adam Schiff and the intelligence community in reaction to ‘selective' classified information leaks, plus he opens up about his current working relationship with President Donald Trump after the impeachment hearings and Senate trial, his own run for a Senate seat, and beyond on Newsmax TV's "The Chris Salcedo Show."
For breaking news & expert analysis, Rep. Adam Schiff tells Lawrence O'Donnell that the White House's handling of coronavirus has been "unfortunately plagued with incompetence" in terms of testing and knowing who is infected after an aide to Senator Maria Cantwell tested positive for the virus. "We're now in the position of trying to make up for lost time that we will never get back," he said. Aired on 3/11/2020.