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The path in the Senate to convict Trump is extremely slim, with a growing number of Republicans expressing confidence the party will acquit the former President on a charge he incited the deadly insurrection aimed at stopping Pres. Biden's electoral win

The path in the US Senate to convict Trump is extremely slim, with a growing number of Republicans expressing confidence the party will acquit the former President on a charge he incited the deadly insurrection aimed at stopping Pres. Biden's electoral win

Big business broke with Republicans in the final days of the Trump administration. That doesn’t mean executives are fully ready to embrace President Biden.

It seems unlikely that Democrats will be able to convince the requisite 17 Republicans to convict former president Donald Trump. By US correspondent @KnottMatthew .

Republicans seeking to delay start of former President Donald Trump's impeachment to give him time to prepare defence

After an insurrection attempt, their big lie, years of Trump ruling as if he was only president to red states, the onus for unity is on *Republicans* and any journalist who pretends otherwise is complicit with the undoing of this country.

@tedcruz  @HawleyMO  @SenTomCotton  @LindseyGrahamSC  Why aren't Senate Republicans holding up & delaying Biden's cabinet appointments like the Democrats did to President Trump? Why no payback?! Come on!!

Big business broke with Republicans in the final days of the Trump administration. That doesn’t mean executives are fully ready to embrace President Biden.

Dozens of Republicans, including former top Trump officials, are lobbying to convict the former president. Here are details on their quiet push

Big business broke with Republicans in the final days of the Trump administration. That doesn’t mean executives are fully ready to embrace President Biden.

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WATCH: Tempers flare in the US House chamber as Republican lawmakers shout over Rep. Conor Lamb, temporarily causing benches to empty, for accusing Republicans of lying about why President Trump lost Pennsylvania.

Here's how elected Republicans and conservative media can begin the healing and unifying process: Accurately state that Joe Biden was duly elected president in a free and fair election. Urge Trump supporters to refrain from further violence. For a start.

Can you name another job that Donald Trump would continue to hold after exhibiting this type of unhinged public behavior other than President of the United States with the support of craven and complicit Congressional Republicans?

President Trump was impeached for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. By refusing to call witnesses and compel documents, Senate Republicans have chosen to become accomplices in his cover-up. #DefendOurDemocracy 

Holy crap. @RepSwalwell  just went on the House floor and listed numerous racist statements made by President Donald Trump. Republicans were NOT happy.

The question is not whether Trump has committed impeachable crimes. He has. The question is whether Republicans in Congress will affirm that an American president is not above the law.

Republicans—even Trump Republicans—are a little scared to put the handcuffs on Obama. This hasn’t happened to a president before. But which previous president conspired to frame and entrap his successor? Handcuffs, I say! And let the chips fall where they may @realDonaldTrump 

President Trump is exacting his retribution, removing those who complied with subpoenas, came forward, and testified about his misconduct. These are the actions of a man who believes he is above the law — Precisely the kind of conduct Congressional Republicans enabled.

Dear Senate Republicans: President Trump didn’t learn any “lessons” when you excused his abuse of power. And now you are responsible for every new abuse he commits.

The U.S. Treasury Department says that the national debt has increased by $2 trillion ($2,000,000,000,000) since President Trump took office on Jan. 20, 2017. That's with Republicans in control of the House and Senate. The national debt is now almost $22 trillion.

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