The final vote in former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial was vastly different than the first vote in 2020, when Senators voted down party lines, nearly 50/50.
In the second trial in early February, seven Republican Senators voted to find Trump guilty, still not nearly enough to reach the two-thirds majority necessary for conviction but still far more than in 2020. [TRENDING: HOA charges family $927 for trash on curb | Doctor faces hate crime charge in social distancing attack | Mandatory vaccines for first responders?] UCF History Professor and News 6 Political Analyst Dr.
Jim Clark said the seven Republicans who broke from party lines either had nothing to lose, are not facing re-election for several years or wereRead more on clickorlando.com