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
Media outlets used visual metaphors to explain to the public how election results would emerge.
Source: ‘Wait and see’ is an unsatisfying – but accurate – way to present election results
On the eve of the first day of the Amy Coney Barrett confirmation hearings, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows Biden with a wide lead over Trump.
Source: Election 2020 live updates: Amy Coney Barrett’s opening statement pledges to ’apply the law as written’ – The Washington Post
President accepts Republican presidential nomination in event staged at White House, raising ethical concerns
Source: RNC: Trump paints Biden as a ‘radical’ candidate and a danger to America | US news | The Guardian
Florida’s ‘amendment 4’ was meant to restore voting rights for those with felony convictions – but hundreds of thousands of people remain disenfranchised
Source: How Republicans gutted the biggest voting rights victory in recent history | US news | The Guardian
Only a Democratic landslide can ward off the nightmare prospect of this president simply refusing to leave office, writes Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland
Source: Trump will cling to power. To get him out, Biden will have to win big | Opinion | The Guardian
His acquittal was never in doubt, because that’s how the US constitution was meant to work, says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins
Source: It wasn’t the US Senate that saved Trump – it was the founding fathers | Simon Jenkins | Opinion | The Guardian
In recent years, voters have shifted their views on issues based upon the positions of politicians – even when that shift clashes with their ideology.
Source: Americans on the right and left change their minds after hearing where Trump stands : The Conversation
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
An expert on Watergate says that today’s House Republicans have taken precisely the opposite position than the GOP took in 1974 on the president’s power to withhold documents from Congress.
Source: Congressional Republicans abandon constitutional heritage and Watergate precedents in defense of Trump : The Conversation