Senate Republicans see a ‘bipartisan’ acquittal of President Trump ahead


(USA Features News) Republicans believe that not only will President Trump be acquitted in any upcoming Senate impeachment trial, but that the vote will be bipartisan.

Senate Republicans told The Hill this week that one or two Democrats may defect, allowing the party to claim that the acquittal was bipartisan, just like the House’s vote against articles of impeachment.

All House Democrats voted in favor of the two articles.

“I think we might have a couple,” Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) said. “I don’t want to speculate on who—obviously that puts too much pressure on them—but I really think we have people on both sides that are trying to get to a reasonable, nonpartisan answer.”

The No. 3 Senate Republican, John Barasso of Wyoming, told The Hill he wasn’t sure if any Democrats would vote to acquit.

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They’re all on the same team. Screw the taxpayers, and middle-class. Then make sure to enrich yourself with multi-million dollar estates, and get your retarded demon-seed kids some kick back jobs with your crony - satanist pedopals.

The public servants think they’re royalty. My dog craps out better.

If an asteroid hit DC, I’d laugh.

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