US Senate acquits Trump as Republicans save him in impeachment again
February 14, 2021
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US Senate acquitted Donald Trump on Saturday in his second impeachment trial in a year, with fellow Republicans blocking conviction over the former president’s role in the deadly assault by his supporters on the US Capitol.
February 10, 2021
Senators vote to proceed with Trump's impeachment trial, but conviction may prove elusive
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A divided US Senate voted largely along party lines to move ahead with Donald Trump’s impeachment trial on a charge of inciting the deadly assault on the Capitol, but conviction appears unlikely barring a major shift among Republicans.
February 3, 2021
Trump lawyers challenge legitimacy of post-presidency impeachment trial
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former President Donald Trump’s lawyers said that US Senate lacks the authority to conduct his impeachment trial now that he has left office, while the Democratic lawmakers due to serve as prosecutors called him singularly responsible for the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
February 7, 2020
Trump eyes White House changes after impeachment acquittal
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump is eyeing a series of staff changes days after securing an acquittal in his impeachment trial, including ousting a national security official who
February 6, 2020
US Senate acquits Trump in historic vote as re-election campaign looms
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump was acquitted on Wednesday in his US Senate impeachment trial, saved by fellow Republicans who rallied to protect him nine months before he asks
January 30, 2020
Trump impeachment trial nears end of initial phase in US Senate
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The US Senate is expected to wrap up the initial phase of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial before turning on Friday to the explosive question of whether
January 26, 2020
Trump lawyers offer surprisingly un-Trumpy defence to impeachment
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Just before his lawyers stepped into the US Senate to begin their argument that he should not be removed from office, President Donald Trump offered a preview