Michael van der Veen is defending a man affiliated with the far-right militia.
In an email accidentally sent to reporters, a staffer wondered whether highlighting Trump's impeachment would backfire.
Impeachment attorney Michael van der Veen demanded Nancy Pelosi and Kamala Harris come to his office for depositions.
Trump did not know Pence was in danger when he criticized him on Twitter, said his lawyer, contradicting a GOP senator.
Lawyers for the former president leveled a wide-ranging attack on the case.
With Trump's acquittal virtually guaranteed, both parties are looking to move on — and quickly.
He said Trump will "get his share of blame in history" for Jan 6, but stopped short of supporting his impeachment trial.
Cheney reportedly refused the request from McCarthy, the top Republican in the House.
Trump's attorneys are missing the point, they write: Did Trump violate his oath of office to uphold the Constitution?