WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATESJANUARY 29, 2020SOURCE: SENATE POOLRESTRICTIONS: NO RESALEIMAGES (00:27)1. Mid shot Chief Justice John Roberts reading a question from Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer to lead manager Adam Schiff UPSOT: 'Is there any way for the Senate to render a fully informed verdict in this case without hearing the testimony of Bolton, Mulvaney, and the other key eyewitnesses or without seeing the relevant documentary evidence?'2. Mid shot John Roberts reading a question UPSOT: 'To the President's counsel, would you please respond to the arguments or assertions the house managers just made in response to the previous question?' [laughter]3. Wide shot Patrick Philbin, a member of Donald Trump's legal team, gets up and heads to the podium to answer the question4. SOUNDBITE 1 - Adam Schiff, lead House manager in the impeachment trial, California representative in the House (male, English, 25 sec): 'There's no way to have a fair trial without witnesses, and when you have a witness who is as plainly relevant as John Bolton who goes to the heart of the most serious and egregious of the President's misconduct, who has volunteered to come and testify, to turn him away, to look the other way, I think is deeply at odds with being an impartial juror.'5. SOUNDBITE 2 - Adam Schiff, lead House manager in the impeachment trial, California representative in the House (male, English, 23 sec): 'And if you have any question about it, at all, you need to hear from his former national security advisor. Don't wait for the book. Don't wait until March 17th, when it is in black and white, to find out the answer to your question.'6. SOUNDBITE 3 - Adam Schiff, lead House manager in the impeachment trial, California representative in the House (male, English, 30 sec): 'Would it have been impeachable if Barack Obama had tried to get Medvedev to do an investigation of Mitt Romney, whether if was justified or unjustified? The reality is, for a President to withhold military aid from an ally or - an hypothetical - to withhold it to benefit an adversary, to target a political opponent is wrong and corrupt, period.'7. SOUNDBITE 4 - Patrick Philbin, member of Donald Trump's legal team (male, English, 25 sec): 'The real question is, what is the precedent that is going to be set for what is an acceptable way for the House of Representatives to bring an impeachment of a President of the United States to this chamber? And can it be done in a hurried, half-baked, partisan fashion, without -- they didn't even subpoena John Bolton below. They didn't even try to get his testimony.'8. SOUNDBITE 5 - Alan Dershowitz, member of Donald Trump's legal team (male, English, 32 sec): 'What if a democratic president were to be elected and Congress were to authorize much money to either Israel or the Palestinians. And the Democratic President were to say to Israel: no, I'm going to withhold this money unless you stop all settlement growth, or to the Palestinians: I will withhold the money Congress authorized to you unless you stop paying terrorists, and the President said quid pro quo.'9. SOUNDBITE 6 - Alan Dershowitz, member of Donald Trump's legal team (male, English, 28 sec): 'Every public official that I know believes that his election is in the public interest. And mostly you're right. Your election is in the public interest. And if a president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest, that cannot be the kind of quid pro quo that results in impeachment.'