Senate Republicans stand by their man and Trump wins his second acquittal | David Smith's sketch posted at 23:42:53 UTC by David Smith in Washington via World news | The Guardian Calls of ‘guilty’ and ‘not guilty’ pinged back and forth in the chamber but once McConnell said no the die was cast If the denouement of Donald Trump’s impeachment trial had been a Hollywood film, stirring music would have struck up around the time Congressman Joe Neguse explained why he thinks the floor of the US Senate is “sacred”. Related: Trump’s acquittal seals his grasp on the Republican party Continue reading... 3500.jpg?width=460&quality=85&auto=format&fit=max&s=ffb6c9f15eba88b2d94b7420811a5b33 Bachelor host Chris Harrison steps aside amid racism row posted at 23:42:53 UTC by Victoria Bekiempis in New York via World news | The Guardian Harrison, who defended contestant who attended ‘old south’ party, says he is ‘deeply remorseful … [for] excusing historical racism’ Chri
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57-43 is the vote on the "evils of Trumpism" and the degree of polarization in political circles ("elites"). Very tense split which has to be healed.
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57-43 is the vote on the " evils of Trumpism " and the degree of polarization in political circles ("elites"). Very tense split which has to be healed. Stressed and almost impoverished middle America cries for help, misled by the Shamans, under the false flags on the sharp flagpoles. MAGA! Close the gaps, heal the wounds, look forward, analyze, understand. M.N. | 5:03 PM 2/13/2021 BREAKING: The U.S. Senate votes 57-43 to acquit President Trump in second impeachment trial. https://t.co/0q5f3YeYjE pic.twitter.com/tLxymBXowP — The Hill (@thehill) February 13, 2021 Puerto Rico US – pr-us.org: Puerto Rico Topics and Daily News Review from Michael_Novakhov (11 sites): “Renewable Energy” – Google News: Illinois suffers as clean energy bill is delayed in state legislature – Chicago Sun-Times posted at 22:16:50 UTC by admin via Puerto Rico News from Michael_Novakhov (61 sites) Illinois suffers as clean energy bill is delayed in state legislature Chicago Sun-Tim