Can House Managers Convince GOP Senators To Impeach After Most Voted That Trial Unconstitutional? 1

Can House Managers Convince GOP Senators To Impeach After Most Voted That Trial Unconstitutional?

 

Ahead of Day Two of former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, NBC News' Hallie Jackson, Katy Tur and Stephanie Ruhle discuss whether House impeachment managers will be able to convince Republican Senators to break ranks and vote to convict Trump after most of them deemed the trial was unconstitutional. Aired on 02/10/2021.
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Can House Managers Convince GOP Senators To Impeach After Most Voted That Trial Unconstitutional?

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  1. Simple answer is ‘NO.” The evidence will not be in their favor, so they will ignore it and use the constitutionality issue as an excuse to acquit and save themselves from the Trumpist mob.
    Get ready to hear a lot of Republican Senators saying “Well, there was a lot of evidence presented against the former President, but uhhh…I didn’t think it was within the power of the Senate to convict a former President after he has left office.” Wait for it. It’s coming.

    1. @Diana Hulstine I doubt it while that is true a bunch are trying to indict him we can see he is playing it smart and staying in Florida he and governor desantis are good buddies and they won’t extradite him to ny or Georgia and if worst came to worse he could easily leave the country but I also doubt that would happen

    2. @yes hello Well by your metrics yea he did but by metrics that have been followed the past 100 years he didnt but either way it’s a very debatable election

  2. Promises, promises and then the truth , broken promises and empty words is all we hear from our government. Sad sad time in America. Prayers being sent up for “We the People “ One Nation Under God.
    So many people hurting! The ones still working and the ones that have lost everything. These are the real people in America!
    The working class people taking care of their families one day at a time with pride.
    Thank you for all your doing to help us with updates.

    1. @Dan Grindmaster you wrote ” No you don’t, it’s better in there. Plus medication”.

      I understand the sentiment, but when I worked for awhile in a psych hospital back in the late 1970s it was certainly not someplace I’d prefer to be. Besides, they would take my dogs away, take my guns away, take my swords away, take my knives away, take my carpentry tools away, probably put me on a healthier diet, etc., etc.

    2. @Aristotle Stagirus It is. Especially when your only child commits suicide cuz he was perved on by a sub teacher

  3. Bring Dominic Pezzola before the Senate to testify. He is a perfect example of how Trump really incited the events which occurred on January 6th.

  4. Who was Vice President when American’s were left to Die in Benghazi??? Never forget Benghazi!!! Deus Vult

  5. *Proof that this is unconstitutional is when Chief Justice John Roberts refused to preside over this circus!* There is NO language in the Constutition that empowers the Senate to put a private citizen on trial for anything! Impeachment is solely used to remove an official from office!

  6. Will Mitch McConnell take the higher moral ground? Haven’t we already seen this before? He always picks party over country. Mitch and Trump have essentially corrupted our democracy beyond repair and this is your final proof.

  7. “if a political party does not have its foundation in the determination to advance a cause that is right and that is moral, then it is not a political party; it is merely a conspiracy to seize power.”
    – President Dwight D. Eisenhower, March 6, 1956

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