South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott tap danced for and shined the shoes of Donald Trump one last time by voting "not guilty" in the former president's impeachment trial.
House Impachment Manager and Virgin Islands Rep. Stacey Plaskett called out Donald Trump's impeachment lawyers for "playing clip after clip of Black women talking about fighting for a cause or an issue or a policy."
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries called out Senate Republicans ahead of their expected impeachment acquittal of Donald Trump in what he said would set a dangerous precedent for lame-duck presidents moving forward.
Ongoing civil and criminal investigations in New York means Trump could still face charges in New York if the impeachment trial falls short of required votes for conviction.
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