Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told reporters on Tuesday that the Senate would acquit President Trump if an impeachment trial were held today.
The House of Representatives passed a sham impeachment resolution along party lines in a 232-196 vote last Thursday morning, however they have yet to vote on articles of impeachment.
McConnell criticized the House Democrats for denying Trump due process and said the president will not be removed from office.
“I will say I’m pretty sure how it’s likely to end,” McConnell told reporters. “If it were today I don’t think there’s any question — it would not lead to a removal. So the question is how long does the Senate want to take? How long do the presidential candidates want to be […]
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