In 60 seconds, Louisiana GOP senator Bill Cassidy explains his conclusion that Donald Trump was guilty as charged.
The North Carolina GOP’s central committee will hold an emergency meeting Monday evening to vote on whether to censure Barr.
Impeachment ends with a whimper, not a bang, as the Senate is gift-wrapped a bombshell witness but bizarrely chooses to skip over her.
George Will on why Mitch McConnell voted to acquit Donald Trump.
McConnell delivered a scathing 20-minute speech on the Senate floor laying blame for the January 6 attack squarely on Trump.
Nebraska senator Ben Sasse, one of the seven Republican senators who voted that Donald Trump was guilty of inciting the January 6 attack on Congress, explains his vote.
Pennsylvania GOP senator Pat Toomey on his decision to convict Trump.
While she expressed disappointment in the verdict, she said she would not censure Trump. Doing so would be ‘a slap in the face of the Constitution.’
In a series of interviews leading up to Saturday’s impeachment vote, the GOP senator described the stakes as he sees them: nothing less than the integrity of the Constitution.