It's day two of New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez's federal corruption trial in Newark. During opening statements yesterday, prosecutors argued Menendez pressured government officials for his Florida eye doctor friend several times in helping out with a multi million dollar Medicare dispute and securing visas for the man's foreign girlfriends. Menendez is also accused of accepting lavish gifts that included frequent trips to Dr. Solomon Melgen's private villa in the Dominican Republic that the defense claims were acts of friendship not crimes. The defense asserted that the U.S. Senator couldn't be found guilty unless jurors decide his intent was corrupt.