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Final vote was 57-43, meaning that both Democrats and Republicans voted to acquit him, seeing as there’s a 50-50 split with Kamala Harris being the tie breaker vote
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At least some Republicans had the cajones to vote to convict. The rest are a bunch of shameless cowardly sleazes.
You do understand given the result of the vote that both Democrats and Republicans voted to acquit him?
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At least some Republicans had the cajones to vote to convict. The rest are a bunch of shameless cowardly sleazes.
yea it's embarrassing
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yea it's embarrassing
History will remember them with contempt.
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History will remember them with contempt.
Both Republicans and Democrats voted to acquit him
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Both Republicans and Democrats voted to acquit him
What do you mean? All 50 Democrats voted to impeach.
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McConnell trying to slime his way into an apologia right now. All the usual wearisome covering lies and weak excuses to follow.
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What do you mean? All 50 Democrats voted to impeach.
So they did
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At least some Republicans had the cajones to vote to convict. The rest are a bunch of shameless cowardly sleazes.
How are they cowardly sleazes?
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At least some Republicans had the cajones to vote to convict. The rest are a bunch of shameless cowardly sleazes.
So he’s still guilty even though he’s been acquitted?

This so the second time they’ve tried to impeach him and failed both times.

I guess he’ll be running in the next ejection
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McConnell right now admitting that Trump is guilty but that it's not the Senate's job to convict. :rolleyes:
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McConnell right now admitting that Trump is guilty but that it's not the Senate's job to convict. :rolleyes:
He seems to have conveniently forgotten that he rejected a call for impeachment when Trump was in office by informing the House he would vote it off the Senate floor. You just can't win with this guy.
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McConnell right now admitting that Trump is guilty but that it's not the Senate's job to convict. :rolleyes:
Where are you seeing this?
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So he’s still guilty even though he’s been acquitted?

This so the second time they’ve tried to impeach him and failed both times.

I guess he’ll be running in the next ejection
He’s not guilty.

Being acquitted means he’s been cleared of all charges and all wrongdoings and that he did not incite violence that led up to the events in the 6th January
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So he’s still guilty even though he’s been acquitted?

This so the second time they’ve tried to impeach him and failed both times.

I guess he’ll be running in the next ejection
Trump has been impeached twice now, even though he has been acquitted. In the same way Bill Clinton was impeached.

This is explained frequently in TV and written coverage of the mpeachment process.
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He’s not guilty.

Being acquitted means he’s been cleared of all charges and all wrongdoings and that he did not incite violence that led up to the events in the 6th January
I know that.

There’s going to be people on here who won’t see it that way.
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Where are you seeing this?
Post-trial remarks on the floor of the Senate.

https://www.nbcnews.com/video/watch-...p-100994117808
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So he’s still guilty even though he’s been acquitted?

This so the second time they’ve tried to impeach him and failed both times.

I guess he’ll be running in the next ejection
Trump is currently 74, between now and the time of the next election it isn't inconceivable that his health will either deteriate too much for him to stand, or that he will die.
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Trump is currently 74, between now and the time of the next election it isn't inconceivable that his health will either deteriate too much for him to stand, or that he will die.
Biden’s 78.
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