The poll was conducted Jan. 10-13, mostly before and slightly after Wednesday’s 232-197 vote by the House of Representatives to impeach Trump for "incitement of insurrection." Ten Republicans voted to impeach the president – joining all 222 Democrats -- with 197 House Republicans voting against impeachment, and four GOP lawmakers not voting. … [Read more...] about LIVE UPDATES: Trump impeachment supported by only 8% of Republicans: poll
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When he was not able to persuade the courts or elected officials, he launched a pressure campaign against his own Vice President, urging him to take actions that he had no authority to do. On the day of the riots, President Trump’s words incited violence, which led to the injury and deaths of Americans – including a Capitol Police officer – the desecration of the Capitol, and briefly interfered with the government’s ability to ensure a peaceful transfer of power. … [Read more...] about Lisa Murkowski: House Acted ‘Appropriately Impeaching Donald Trump
Tribe said it would be unconstitutional for Congress to simply declare Trump guilty, without a trial conviction, as some people have advocated. But lawmakers could bypass the trial requirement by creating new legislation under Section 5 of the 14th Amendment to provide a procedure for applying Section 3. The new legislation would need to pass both chambers and be signed by the president. … [Read more...] about Trump Could Be Barred from Future Office Without Senate Conviction, But It Could Take Years
Sen. Ben SasseBen SasseSasse: Capitol rioters 'came dangerously close to starting a bloody constitutional crisis' McConnell about to school Trump on political power for the last time McConnell: Trump impeachment trial to start after Biden sworn in MORE (R-Neb.) has said he is open to considering any articles passed by the House. Sen. Susan CollinsSusan Margaret Collins'Almost Heaven, West Virginia' — Joe Manchin and a 50-50 Senate McConnell about to school Trump on political power for the last time McConnell says he's undecided on whether to vote to convict Trump MORE (R-Maine) is staying mum on the trial but said in an op-ed that Trump “incited” rioters. … [Read more...] about Impeachment trial tests Trump’s grip on Senate GOP
The failure to put on a defense is not an admission of guilt. The Senate has a duty to resolve whether there is a valid impeachment trial to be held, and then whether the constitutional standard has been satisfied. If the Senate does not dismiss the case in a threshold vote, Trump can treat the proceeding as an extra-constitutional act because he is no longer subject to removal. If the Senate were to convict, he would have standing to challenge any disqualification from future federal offices. He could well prevail, and the Senate would have created a precedent against itself: history's first judicial reversal of an impeachment verdict. … [Read more...] about Should Donald Trump skip his Senate impeachment trial?
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