He described the effort of he and the other House impeachment managers as a resounding success in both "the court of opinion and the court of history.".
Raskin quipped: "I'd have had [McConnell] on the impeachment manager's team in the way he presented that.
But there's no reasoning with people who basically are acting like members of a religious cult and when they leave office should be selling flowers at Dulles Airport," Raskin continued.
Raskin pushed back on several hypothetical scenarios put forth by Todd on how he may have been able to win a conviction.
"Remember these Republicans who voted to acquit in the face of this mountain of evidence were going to find some reason to do it," Raskin told Todd on Sunday.
Raskin chuckled at McConnell and other Republicans offering scathing remarks about Trump and wanting to "have it both ways" after the trial.
Newsweek reached out to Raskin's office as well as representatives for Trump Sunday morning. »