The U.S. Senate exempted Trump from impeachment

Former US President Donald Trump was acquitted on Saturday by the U.S. Senate at the end of a constitutional impeachment trial against him for inciting rebellion.

Seven Republicans voted with Democrats against Trump.

57 Senators voted against Donald Trump and 43 voted to release the former president in the Senate in the constitutional prosecution. That means he didn’t have the two-thirds majority he needed to convict him, so Trump was acquitted of the charge he made against him on Jan. 13. In this, Trump was accused of besieging the Capitol on January 6 at the instigation of his followers, which led to the deaths of five people.


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