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Removing an official requires a 'conviction' by a two-thirds Senate majority under the Constitution. Under precedent, only a simple majority is needed for disqualification. Historically, that vote only happens after a conviction

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The Senate will now hold a trial to establish whether Mr Trump is guilty and if he should be removed from office - this will require a two-thirds majority

Even if the Senate can’t reach a two-thirds majority to convict President Trump, there’s still a way for Congress to ban him from future office: the 14th amendment, writes @GlobeScotLehigh .

Under the Constitution, impeachment in the House triggers a trial in the Senate. A two-thirds majority would be needed to convict and remove Trump.

Two thirds of the Senate would have to vote to convict President Trump of inciting insurrection. @MaxLewisReports  reports Michigan's Democratic Senators have made their position clear, but Indiana's Republican Senators have not.

A two thirds majority in the Senate is needed to convict Donald Trump. US correspondent @CordeliaSkyNews  says this would previously have been "unthinkable", but says for the first time there is "jeopardy that we never expected" Read more:

Two-thirds of the Senate would need to vote to remove the president, and it would have to pass a separate resolution to bar him from federal office:

The Senate will now hold a trial to establish whether Mr Trump is guilty and if he should be removed from office - this will require a two-thirds majority

It’s still unclear whether Trump’s conviction by the Senate is a realistic possibility. A two-thirds vote is necessary to actually convict Trump of impeachment charges.

Two-thirds of the Senate would need to vote to remove the president, and it would have to pass a separate resolution to bar him from federal office:

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If President Trump is impeached in the House and convicted by a two-thirds vote in the Senate and removed from office, the Senate could then vote to bar him from ever holding office in the future. The matter would also probably go before the Supreme Court.

BREAKING: US House passes bill that would increase Covid stimulus payments from $600 to $2,000 by 275-134 vote, needing two-thirds majority to pass. Measure now moves to US Senate. Story:

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BREAKING: US House passes bill that would increase Covid stimulus payments from $600 to $2,000 by 275-134 vote, needing two-thirds majority to pass. Measure now moves to US Senate. Story:

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BREAKING: US House passes bill that would increase Covid stimulus payments from $600 to $2,000 by 275-134 vote, needing two-thirds majority to pass. Measure now moves to US Senate. Story:

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Two-thirds of the House voted to provide $2,000 in direct payments to the working class. Now it’s the Senate’s turn to do that—no excuses. Unless McConnell agrees to a vote on $2,000 relief checks, Congress will be spending New Year’s Eve in the Capitol.

More than two-thirds of independent business owners say they are worried about a legal liability minefield getting in the way of re-opening. The Senate majority is not going to stand idly by and let trial lawyers vacuum up relief money & redirect it into their own pockets.

I keep listening to the same debate on Medicare for All but it’s not real. Two-thirds of Senate Democrats aren’t on the bill. It would kick 149 million Americans off their current health insurance in 4 years. I will build on the Affordable Care Act—not blow it up. #DemDebate 

People: does not have the power to shut down the government. With a two-thirds vote, Congress can override him and keep it open. The Senate already voted UNANIMOUSLY to pass its spending bill. The last House spending bill got 361 votes, way more than needed

TPC estimates for the Senate bill are out. Wow. Half the population faces tax INCREASES by 2027; two-thirds of households in the middle quintile. But only 2% of the top 0.1 percent. When it comes to GOP tax policy, the rich are different from you and me

of 564 Administration jobs requiring Senate confirmation, President Trump has failed to name a nominee for 374, or two-thirds, of them

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