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Politics Trump to Speak Publicly Thursday on Impeachment Vote

11:45  06 february  2020
11:45  06 february  2020 Source:   usnews.com

Meadows: Republicans would face "repercussions" for breaking with Trump

  Meadows: Republicans would face O'Donnell sat down with impeachment defense surrogates Meadows, Doug Collins, Elise Stefanik and Debbie Lesko. "Do you think Republican senators face political repercussions if they break with the president?" O'Donnell asked.© CBS News impeachment.png "Yeah, I do. I mean listen, I don't wanna speak for my Senate colleagues. But there are always political repercussions for every vote you take. There is no vote that is higher profile than this," Meadows said Monday.Collins said the question "needs to be flipped.

Trump will speak Thursday to address his acquittal on articles of impeachment . (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, File). The Associated Press. Shortly after the vote , Trump tweeted an animated GIF of a Time magazine cover that shows Trump campaign signs with dates reaching far into the future.

US lawmakers voted in favor of clearing Donald Trump on impeachment charges on Wednesday, concluding the Senate trial over his dealings with Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy. The US president was accused of pressuring Zelenskiy to investigate former US Vice President and potential

President Donald Trump will speak at the White House on Thursday to address his acquittal on articles of impeachment.

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Trump will make a public address at noon to "discuss our Country's VICTORY on the Impeachment Hoax," he tweeted roughly an hour after the Senate found him not guilty of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

The Senate voted 52-48 to acquit Trump of abuse of power, with one Republican, Sen. Mitt Romeny, joining all Democrats in voting to convict Trump. The vote to acquit Trump of the second article of impeachment, obstruction of Congress, fell along party lines, 53-47.

Murkowski comes out against impeachment witnesses, putting Trump on path to acquittal

  Murkowski comes out against impeachment witnesses, putting Trump on path to acquittal Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski came out Friday against calling witnesses in President Trump’s impeachment trial, all but assuring the Senate will move to wrap up proceedings with a likely acquittal in a matter of days, if not hours. © Provided by FOX News“Given the partisan nature of this impeachment from the very beginning and throughout, I have come to the conclusion that there will be no fair trial in the Senate. I don’t believe the continuation of this process will change anything.

Impeachment Trial: What to Watch Before the Final Votes . The Republican-controlled Senate is expected to acquit President Trump on both charges, drawing a fractious What we’re expecting to see: The Senate is set to vote Wednesday on two articles of impeachment against President Trump .

On Thursday , returning to the ceremonial speaker’s hallway where she announced in September that Democrats Democrats familiar with the matter believe the judiciary panel is on track to begin publicly debating and Recent national polls have found a slim majority supports the impeachment inquiry

Shortly after the vote, Trump tweeted an animated GIF of a Time magazine cover that shows Trump campaign signs with dates reaching far into the future.

Trump's reelection campaign on Wednesday released a statement calling impeachment a "terrible ordeal" meant to "invalidate the 2016 votes of 63 million Americans."

"And since the President's campaign only got bigger and stronger as a result of this nonsense, this impeachment hoax will go down as the worst miscalculation in American political history," Brad Parscale, Trump's campaign manager, said in the statement.

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Utah lawmakers halt push to rebuke Romney over impeachment .
Utah lawmakers said Tuesday they won't consider proposals to censure or recall U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney following his vote to convict President Donald Trump at his impeachment trial. Utah House Speaker Brad Wilson said the Republican caucus decided not to advance either proposal following a “robust debate" behind closed doors. Instead, Wilson will be present a citation thanking the president for his administration's work on issues “critical toUtah House Speaker Brad Wilson said the Republican caucus decided not to advance either proposal following a “robust debate" behind closed doors. Instead, Wilson will be present a citation thanking the president for his administration's work on issues “critical to Utah.

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