With a final vote to acquit President Trump all but certain on Wednesday, senators lined up to explain their decisions.
President Donald Trump was acquitted of two articles of impeachment by the U.S. Senate on Wednesday in his trial. The dramatic vote fell mostly on partisan lines. After a nearly month-long proceeding, which was the third impeachment trial in the country’s history, the Senators voted 52 to 48 regarding the abuse of power allegation, and Read More
The U.S. Senate voted on Wednesday to acquit President Donald Trump on two impeachment-related charges. Here's what could happen next.
The 100 senators will hear four hours of closing arguments split equally between Trump’s legal team and manager from the Democratic-controlled House, which charged him with abusing power by pressuring Ukraine to probe political rival Joe Biden
The Senate will then take Tuesday off ahead of a vote on whether to remove Trump from office on Wednesday afternoon.
Democrats always expected the Republican-controlled Senate to acquit the president.
The move allows for Republicans to bring the trial to a close in the coming days.
By a vote of 51-49, the Republican-controlled Senate stopped Democrats' drive to hear testimony from witnesses.
WASHINGTON — The Senate on Friday voted to block any witnesses from being called in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, a move that will mark the beginning of the end of the third Senate trial for a president in US history. The vote to acquit the President is a forgone conclusion — but its timing remains up in the air, and it could slip past Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday. The Senate voted 51-49 to defeat a [
Republican U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski will vote against a motion allowing witnesses to testify in the Senate's impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, according to CNN and other media reports on Friday as proceedings resumed.
Republican U.S. Senator Mitt Romney on Friday will vote in favor of allowing witnesses to testify in the Senate's impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, his spokeswoman said.
The United States Senate officially voted on Friday to ban witnesses during President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial. Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) and Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) broke with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and voted to allow witnesses. Every Senate Democrat voted for witnesses, making support for testimony bipartisan. Both independents in the body [