CAVUTO: Do you know, senator, if it does get to the Senate, whether the president then will have representation, will have his lawyers, his people there?

GRASSLEY: Oh, absolutely. It kind of works this way: The House will send over some members of their House who will act as prosecutors, present the case for why the president should be found guilty, and the president will have his lawyers there with at least equal time. And nobody knows how much time any of this stuff’s going to take. But at least the White House is going to have equal or more time to present the case of the defense of the president.

CAVUTO: Would you ever see the possibility the president himself testifying?

GRASSLEY: No, I don’t think so. I would, I would advise the president not to. And I don’t think the president — and the president couldn’t be forced to come and testify.