Breitbart News is reporting that GOP Senators are "firing warning shots... suggesting that they will no longer be able to support Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as leader if he votes to convict the former president." Several Republicans in the "Upper Chamber" have openly criticized holding an impeachment trial for President Trump now that he's a private citizen.
The Dallas Morning News says Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) has called the trial "a bad idea," and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said this week that "Impeaching and trying a president after he has left office is petty, vindictive, mean spirited, and divisive." Also from Breitbart, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) "would not be able to support McConnell as leader if the Kentucky Republican voted to convict Trump." Johnson reportedly said, "I don't even think we should be having a trial."
But, based upon comments made on the Senate floor this week, that's NOT what the Senate Minority "Leader" thinks. He appeared to line up with House Democrats who impeached President Trump (again) ten days ago for "incitement of insurrection" and "willfully inciting violence against the government of the United States." On Tuesday, McConnell insisted:
"The mob [that breached the Capitol] was fed lies. They were provoked by the president and other powerful people. ... We certified the people’s clear choice for their 46th president."
But according to a FOX News poll conducted in early December, 77% of Trump voters think Biden and the Democrats stole the 2020 election. If that national survey of American voters is correct, then tens of millions of Americans disagree with McConnell and think the wrong man was inaugurated on Wednesday.
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Democrats are moving forward with a trial and need only 17 of the 50 GOP Senators to vote in favor of convicting President Trump to impeach him. Most Republicans haven't weighed in yet on how they'd vote. Some pro-Trump Senators claim that even holding a trial is unconstitutional. But that didn't stop Senate Minority "Leader" Mitch McConnell (R-KY) this week from proposing a timeline for an impeachment trial in the Upper Chamber.
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Cornyn calls Trump impeachment trial 'bad idea' (The Dallas Morning News)
Ted Cruz calls Trump impeachment 'petty' and 'vindictive' (The Dallas Morning News)
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