Donald Trump ACQUITTED by the Senate in His Unprecedented Second Impeachment Trial
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The Senate has spoken.
A total of 57 senators voted to convict Trump.
The House of Representatives had charged Trump on Jan. 13 with inciting an insurrection in the Capitol riots that saw a mob of his supporters storm the building during a joint session of Congress, overwhelming law enforcement and sending lawmakers into hiding.
Five people died.
Ten House Republicans joined the Democratic majority in voting to impeach — the most such votes against a president by members of his own party. The No. 3 House Republican, Liz Cheney, voted to impeach.
Trump, 74, is the only president to have been twice impeached, after he was previously charged by the House with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in the Ukraine scandal. The Senate acquitted him in that trial.