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Nancy Pelosi Blasts Senate Republicans For Dishonoring America By Voting Not To Convict Trump

Speaker of the House Pelosi said that Mitch McConnell and other Senate Republicans who voted not to convict Trump dishonored America.

CNN Calls Out Impeachment Hypocrite Mitch McConnell For The World To See

CNN wasn't letting Mitch McConnell have it both ways on impeachment as the network showed a graphic calling out his hypocrisy while he spoke.

Democrats Didn’t Cave On Witnesses As They Got The Only Witness They Requested

House Democratic impeachment managers only wanted testimony from one witness, which they got in the Senate deal.

Rep. Jamie Raskin’s closing arguments got at the heart of the impeachment case

"The times have found us," Raskin said. "Is this America? What kind of America will this be?"

1 winner and 5 losers from Trump’s second impeachment trial

The United States constitutional system was not a winner.

7 Senate Republicans vote to convict Trump — the most bipartisan impeachment trial verdict ever

A historic number of lawmakers voted to convict a president of their own party in Trump’s impeachment trial.

The Senate has acquitted Trump of inciting an insurrection

A majority of senators found Trump guilty, but they did not reach the 67-vote threshold needed to convict.

7 Republican Senators Explain Why They Voted To Convict Trump

"He is guilty," Bill Cassidy of Louisiana said.

Pelosi Bashes 'Pathetic' McConnell For Creating His Own Trump Acquittal Excuse

McConnell stalled the trial, then insisted it was too late to convict Trump, even though the senator declared him "responsible" for the Capitol attack.

A Broken Party Acquitted Donald Trump In His Second Impeachment

The ex-president's boast he could get away with murder proved true.

Opinion | The free speech travesty of the heart of Trump's impeachment acquittal

The senators who bought Trump’s First Amendment defense have given future presidents permission to try to succeed where Trump failed.

The witnesses Democrats need to hammer home their impeachment case

Don't cut the trial short without hearing from these key witnesses.

Analysis | McConnell would have happily considered finding Trump guilty, were it not for Mitch McConnell

Once again, the minority leader found he must disagree with the minority leader.

Analysis | 4 final takeaways from Trump’s impeachment trial

The impeachment trial of former president Donald Trump has ended with his acquittal — the second in two impeachments — but also with a historic rebuke.

Analysis: Six takeaways from Trump's impeachment trial

After a brief Saturday morning surprise, when it appeared former President Donald Trump's unprecedented second impeachment trial could feature witnesses and drag on perhaps for weeks, senators rallied around the idea of wrapping things up instead and soon voted to acquit the former president.

Graham to meet with Trump to talk future of GOP

The South Carolina Republican said Friday evening that he plans to encourage Trump to work with Republicans to ensure that they take back the House and the Senate in 2022.

Senate moves to grant Goodman the Congressional Gold Medal

New videos revealed during the Senate impeachment trial showed Goodman luring rioters away from senators at his own personal risk.

North Carolina GOP condemns Burr for impeachment vote against Trump

The North Carolina Republican Party condemned Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) on Saturday for his vote to convict former President Trump during the Senate impeachment trial. 

Collins: Trump 'incited an insurrection' to prevent transfer of power

GOP Sen. Susan Collins (Maine) said on Saturday that former President Trump "incited an insurrection" against the Capitol on Jan. 6, and laid the groundwork for months by claiming the election was stolen from him. 

Why Democrats Blinked in the Senate Impeachment Trial | RealClearPolitics

Why Democrats Blinked in the Senate Impeachment Trial | RealClearPolitics

McConnell hints at criminal prosecution for Trump and says former president bears responsibility for Capitol breach

Moments after the Senate voted to acquit former President Donald Trump of the "incitement of insurrection" impeachment charge, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell asserted that Trump did bear responsibility for the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol.

Mississippi Senate advances bill banning biological males from competing in women's sports

The Mississippi state Senate has approved legislation that would ban biological males from competing in women's sporting events.

Here are the seven Republican senators who voted to convict Trump

The Senate voted to acquit former President Donald Trump on the "incitement of insurrection" impeachment charge, but seven Republicans joined with 50 Democrats in voting that he was guilty of the charge.

Ghislaine Maxwell massage testimony unsealed

Ghislaine Maxwell lost a legal battle to keep testimony from a 2016 deposition under wraps as she faces perjury charges.

‘An Absurd Deflection’: McConnell Accuses Trump Allies Of Using 74 Million Voters ‘As A Human Shield’

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell accused former President Donald Trump's allies of using 74 million voters as "a human shield against criticism."

Trump Hints at Political Future and Celebrates Impeachment Acquittal

Former President Donald Trump celebrated his second impeachment acquittal after his Senate trial concluded on Saturday.

Donald Trump Acquitted In Second Impeachment Trial

The Senate voted to acquit former President Donald Trump Saturday on charges that he incited an insurrection on January 6.

Seven Senate Republicans Vote to Convict Trump, Two Flip

Seven Senate Republicans voted to convict former President Donald Trump, although he was ultimately acquitted.

Pelosi Lashes Out at McConnell, GOP After She Becomes First House Speaker to Launch Two Failed and Political Impeachments (VIDEO)

Donald Trump 2 Nancy Pelosi 0 Nancy Pelosi lashed out at Mitch McConnell and senate Republicans after she became the first House Speaker in US history to bring two failed impeachments. The Senate voted 57-43 to acquit Donald Trump on Saturday. Pelosi isn’t taking it well. 7 Republican Senators voted with Democrats to convict Trump.…

Opinion: Most Republicans Support Trump’s Attempted Coup And Insurrection

It is glaringly apparent that the majority of Republicans support the traitor’s attempted coup by inciting a deadly insurrection against the United States to overthrow the legal government.

Mitch McConnell’s speech shows he’s willing to condemn Trump — but not when it matters

Sen. McConnell relied on a technicality to excuse his vote to acquit Trump.

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Trump acquitted on impeachment charge of inciting deadly attack on the Capitol

The 57-43 vote included seven Republicans but fell short of the two-thirds majority needed to convict, underscoring Trump’s continuing grip on the GOP.

GOP sources are telling me 'this is not over,' says CNN's Jamie Gangel - CNN Video

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell blamed former President Donald Trump for inciting the Capitol riot but voted to acquit him anyway. CNN's Jamie Gangel reports several Republican sources in favor of conviction say "this is not over with the impeachment," citing other investigations against former President Donald Trump.

‘This Acquittal Sends Three Dangerous Messages to Future Presidents’

We just lived through history—but what was the point? Fourteen experts explain what the president’s fast, unusual second impeachment will mean for America.

Biden on Trump acquittal: 'Substance of the charge is not in dispute'

President Biden on late Saturday night issued a statement on the acquittal of former President Trump, in which he said that he was thinking about those who protected the Capitol on Jan.

Senate Finds Trump Not Guilty in 2nd Impeachment Trial | RealClearPolitics

Senate Finds Trump Not Guilty in 2nd Impeachment Trial | RealClearPolitics

North Carolina GOP Condemns Richard Burr After He Openly Admits to Violating the US Constitution by Voting to Convict Trump

Richard Burr The Senate voted 57-43 to acquit Donald Trump on Saturday. 7 Republican Senators voted with Democrats to convict Trump. North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr is one of seven Republicans who voted “guilty” to convict President Donald Trump on Saturday — and by his own admission, he violated the US Constitution in doing so.…

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