Former Department of Justice prosecutor, Jim Trusty, discusses the second Trump impeachment and suggests that impeachment manager Jamie Raskin's comments imply that "the law doesn't support this impeachment" at all, despite Democrats pushing for Trump to be convicted.

WATCH Trusty make his comments that could favor the former president amid his second historic impeachment:

Trusty also mentioned getting through the impeachment without a witness, but instead watching the videos. Trusty thinks the Democrats know the "words" Trump used may not be determined to be a crime.

Trusty says the impeachment could be more of a moral condemnation without an actual crime in play.

At this time, it's somewhat unclear what Raskin said, that Trusty is specifically referring to.

I am still trying to locate the particular comments he made.