• Steven M. Gillon

WHY REPUBLICANS WOULDN'T CONVICT TRUMP

Convicting Trump would have required accepting a half-century of Republican guilt. Trump’s guilt wasn’t his alone

On Saturday, the Senate acquitted former president Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial. While seven Republicans voted to convict, making it the most bipartisan vote in favor of conviction in a presidential impeachment in history, 43 voted to acquit Trump. In reality, the outcome was never in question because Republicans could not convict Trump without indicting their entire party.


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