Perhaps fearing the coup report might make the GOP look bad, Republicans think the panel should look into antifa, too.
Biden refused to refer to Trump by his name during a recent town hall event, calling him “the former guy” instead.
Polling shows Trump lost the impeachment trial in the court of public opinion, with most saying he deserved conviction.
The thought echoes that of GOP representatives who last month said they weren’t voting for impeachment out of fear.
The Democrats squandered a golden opportunity to rub witnesses in the face of the GOP and further weaken Trump.
Trump’s incitement of the mob that stormed the Capitol would not be deemed protected free speech in a criminal trial.
Trump was shielded from legal liability as president. As a private citizen, he can now be held accountable in court.
If Senate Democrats refuse to eliminate the filibuster, they will effectively need 60 votes to pass legislation.
A bipartisan majority of senators found Trump guilty, but most Republicans blocked his conviction.
Some say the failure to call witnesses after news of Trump’s remarks to Kevin McCarthy would be a dereliction of duty.