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Remember that on Jan. 8 @senatemajldr  sent a memo to his colleagues saying the Senate could not receive the article of impeachment until Jan. 19, with debate not starting until Jan. 20 at 1 pm—once Trump was gone. So he did create a "January exception" for Trump's misdeeds.

A clearly angry @pelosi  says Mitch McConnell was "trying to have it every which way" by saying the Senate had no jurisdiction once Trump was out of office after refusing to accept the Article of Impeachment when the House Managers tried to deliver it before Trump's term expired

Two days after former President Donald Trump was acquitted by the Senate of an article of impeachment charging him with inciting the attack, Mrs. Pelosi said the country needs to know what happened.

Sen. Schumer reacts to vote to acquit fmr Pres. Trump on article of impeachment: "January 6 will live as a day of infamy in the history of the United States of America. The failure to convict Donald Trump will live as a vote of infamy in the history of the United States Senate"

Senate Majority Leader Schumer speaks on the Senate floor after the Senate votes to acquit former Pres. Trump on an article of impeachment. “The failure to convict Donald Trump will live as a vote of infamy in the history of the United States Senate.”

Live on @MSNBC : Speaker Pelosi speaks after Senate vote to acquit fmr President Trump on article of impeachment Watch live coverage now

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US Senate votes to acquit former President Trump on article of impeachment for "incitement of insurrection."

Senate Majority Leader Schumer speaks on the Senate floor after the Senate votes to acquit former Pres. Trump on an article of impeachment. “The failure to convict Donald Trump will live as a vote of infamy in the history of the United States Senate.”

Trump releases statement after Senate acquits him of article of impeachment of inciting insurrection

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In a historic vote, the U.S. Senate voted to acquit former President Donald Trump of “incitement of insurrection” — the single impeachment article approved by the House following the deadly January riot at the U.S. Capitol:

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BREAKING: US Senate votes to acquit former President Trump on article of impeachment for "incitement of insurrection."

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Tonight, the House managers will deliver the Article of Impeachment against Donald Trump to the Senate. Tomorrow, Senators will be sworn in as judges and jurors in the trial, and the Senate will issue its summons to Donald Trump.

Donald Trump incited an insurrection at the US Capitol. The House has fulfilled its constitutional duty by delivering an article of impeachment to the Senate. Now the Senate must fulfill its constitutional duty by convicting and barring him from ever holding office again.

BREAKING: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to send the article of impeachment against Donald Trump to the Senate on Monday, launching the start of the former president's trial on a charge of incitement of insurrection over the deadly Capitol riot.

JUST IN: Majority Leader Schumer says Speaker Pelosi will deliver article of impeachment against former Pres. Trump to Senate on Monday. "Make no mistake: a trial will be held in the United States Senate, and there will be a vote on whether to convict."

Watch as the House Impeachment Managers, led by the House Clerk and the Acting House Sergeant at Arms, participate in a procession ceremony to deliver the article of impeachment against Donald Trump to the Senate.

The article of impeachment for incitement of insurrection by Donald Trump will be delivered to the Senate on Monday, January 25.

BREAKING: US Senate votes to acquit President Trump on first article of impeachment, abuse of power.

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Trump’s defenders in the Senate say they don’t care that Trump’s former national-security adviser is accusing Trump of doing exactly what the first article of impeachment charges him with doing. And they don’t want to hear him testify under oath. What planet are we on?

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