Some of former President TrumpDonald TrumpTrump mocks Murkowski, Cheney election chances Race debate grips Congress US reentry to Paris agreement adds momentum to cities' sustainability efforts MORE's most vocal critics in Hollywood are cheering on Democrats during his Senate impeachment trial.

Several stars, all longtime and frequent critics of Trump, live-tweeted the second impeachment trial of the ex-commander in chief on Tuesday. The focus of the trial is whether Trump incited the mob that rioted at the Capitol on Jan. 6 as lawmakers were certifying President BidenJoe BidenHouse panel approves bill to set up commission on reparations Democrats to offer bill to expand Supreme Court Former Israeli prime minister advises Iran to 'cool down' amid nuclear threats MORE's Electoral College win.

"Star Trek" alum George Takei shared a video that the House impeachment managers showed just minutes into the trial, which included dramatic footage of the crowd storming the Capitol.


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Jon Stewart, Patricia Arquette of "Medium" and former "Charmed" actress Alyssa Milano were among the entertainers who railed against Trump lead defense attorney Bruce Castor.

As the trial began, "Fargo" star Colin Hanks and comedian Rosie O'Donnell, who is engaged in a feud with the former president dating back more than a decade, urged senators to convict him. A conviction would set up the possibility of a vote to bar Trump from public office.