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Trump is ready to take revenge and make Mitt Romney’s life a living hell after the Utah senator voted for the president’s removal
President Donald Trump is said to be particularly aggrieved by Romney's decision to vote to remove him from office in the impeachment trial.
The GOP handled Trump’s impeachment with ruthlessness and left the Democrats with almost nothing to show for it
President Donald Trump was acquitted on two articles of impeachment on Wednesday. He owes that victory to Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell.
WHIP COUNT: Here are the senators who voted for and against convicting Trump in his impeachment trial
The Senate's decision to acquit Trump fell along party lines, with Republican Mitt Romney the sole Senator to break with his party in voting to convict.
TRUMP ACQUITTED: Republican-controlled Senate clears Trump of 2 impeachment charges after a bitter trial
The Senate voted to acquit President Trump of two charges following an impeachment trial that featured no witness testimony or new documents.
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin will vote to convict Trump after his impeachment trial, shattering Trump’s hope for a bipartisan acquittal
Manchin is a critical Democratic swing vote in the Senate, and the White House tried to court his vote in recent weeks.
Susan Collins will vote to acquit Trump and believes he will be ‘much more cautious’ about seeking foreign election help, despite overwhel...
There is no evidence to support Collins' view that Trump will be "more cautious" about soliciting foreign assistance in an election.
Trump just earned his highest approval rating ever after months of impeachment scandal that will almost certainly end in his acquittal
An all-time high of 49% of Americans approve of Trump's job performance, while 50% of disapprove. He got a boost from GOP voters and independents.
Lead House manager Adam Schiff closed Trump’s trial with a plea for Republicans to stand up to Trump and be remembered as ‘the Davids who ...
Monday's proceedings come after the Senate voted to block new firsthand witnesses from coming to testify against the president.
The Senate began a marathon 16-hour question-and-answer session on Wednesday. Here are the key moments.
This phase is pivotal to helping Republican senators decide whether to join Democrats in calling new witnesses to testify against Trump.
Trump lawyer Alan Dershowitz argues Trump can do whatever he wants to get reelected if he believes another term is in the public interest
Dershowitz's comments sparked immediate backlash for equating Trump's own private interests with the US's national interest.