WHIP COUNT: HERE ARE THE SENATORS WHO VOTED FOR AND AGAINST CONVICTING TRUMP IN HIS IMPEACHMENT TRIAL

Associated Press On February 5, the Senate formally voted to acquit President Donald Trump of the two charges against him following a bitter impeachment trial. The House of Representatives impeached Trump in December for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Both charges center around his efforts to solicit foreign interference in the 2020 election and his subsequent attempt to cover up his actions by stonewalling Congress' investigatio...

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