Did Saturday's impeachment verdict finally bring an end to former President Trump Donald Trump Biden on Trump acquittal: ‘Substance of the charge is not in dispute’ North Carolina GOP condemns Burr for impeachment vote against Trump Toomey on Trump vote: ‘His betrayal of the Constitution’ required conviction MORE 's central role on the political stage? Has the Trump show finally been canceled? There are plenty of people who hope so. But they are likely to be disappointed. ADVERTISEMENT There is some level of bipartisanship to the appetite to be rid of Trump after the four turbulent years of his rule culminated in the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell Addison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnell Trump conviction vote exposes GOP divide Pelosi rules out censure after Trump acquittal Raskin defends no witnesses deal: ‘I made the call’ MORE (R-Ky.) asserted on Saturday that there was "no question, none, that President Trump is practically and morally responsible" for the riot. Seven Republican senators — a figure at the higher end of expectations — voted to convict the former president. Among Democrats, too, there is a desire to move on. At the White House, President Biden Joe Biden Biden on Trump… Read full this story
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