Nothing truer has ever been said, but it appears that Republican Senators care more about saving themselves than saving America.
Yes, they feel if they vote to impeach Trump and find him guilty, they themselves could inflame Republican voters.
If they are so, anti-America and pro-themselves, then they should not be in the Senate, for they are there for the wrong reasons.
For America should come First.
Source: Opinion | Adam Kinzinger: My fellow Republicans, convicting Trump is necessary to save America – The Washington Post
It would now appear that some Republicans in the Senate and Congress have now come to their senses and see Trump for what he is, no matter how belatedly this is.
For Trump has done and still is causing serious damage to the Republican Party, who now appear to see to it that Trump can never be elected to Governing Office again.
I feel it is forgone that the Impeachment resolution will have no problems coming through the Congress, but the hurdle will be the Senate.
Source: GOP Support For Impeachment Grows As Republicans Say They’ll Vote Against Trump | HuffPost UK
The Constitution provides Congress with plenty of tools to hold the White House to account. So what moves does the legislative branch have left?
Source: Well, impeachment didn’t work – how else can Congress keep President Trump in check? : The Conversation
In a scorching column for the Daily Beast, David Rothkopf accused Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Attorney General Bill Barr of standing by while President Donald Trump purges anyone who crossed him with their testimony during his impeachment trial, with the columnist saving most of his vitriol for Republicans who are letting the president continue to break the law.
Source: Trump’s acquittal has unleashed the most ‘corrupt, unfit, demented and malevolent president’ ever: columnist – Alternet.org
“We went through hell unfairly. Did nothing wrong. Did nothing wrong. I’ve done things wrong in my life, I will admit. Not purposely, but I’ve done things wrong. …” Trump said in an hourlong, rambling speech in the East Room.
Source: Trump’s best week ever? | TheHill
Calling witnesses and reviewing documents fit the Founders’ goals for impeachment to curb the president’s unilateral power.
Source: Limiting Senate inquiry ignores Founders’ intent for impeachment
President Donald Trump was accused of “jury tampering” after he reportedly threatened Republican senators not to vote to remove him from office in his impeachment trial. This article first appeared in Salon. A Trump confidant told CBS News that Republican senators were warned: “Vote against the president, and your head will be on a pike.” Trump, […]
Source: Trump accused of ‘jury tampering’ after allegedly threatening GOP senators – Raw Story
House manager says president’s conduct is ‘Donald Trump first’ but so far, all the signs are that Republicans are unmoved
Source: Impeachment: Democrats say conduct is ‘not America first, but Trump first’ | US news | The Guardian
The White House violated federal law by withholding security aid approved by lawmakers for Ukraine, a nonpartisan congressional watchdog said on Thursday, in a blow for U.S. President Donald Trump as the Senate prepared to hold a trial on whether to remove him from office.
Source: White House broke law by withholding Ukraine aid, congressional agency says – Reuters