Overwhelming majority of GOP senators vote against holding Trump impeachment trial

D.C. 01/27/21, 02:30

Nearly all U.S. Republican senators do not support trying to remove the former president a second time. Forty-five GOP senators openly dismissed the Democratic Party-led impeachment of former President Donald Trump. Only five Republican senators expressed different views. They include GOP Sens. Susan Collins (Maine), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Mitt Romney (Utah), Ben Sasse ...

Report: Five GOP senators to skip convention to renominate President Trump next month

U.S. 07/08/20, 12:51

Five Republican senators will skip the Republican National Convention (RNC) next month in Jacksonville, Florida, where the party is expected to renominate President Donald Trump. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa)—the oldest Republican in the Senate, announced on Monday, July 7, that he would not attend the convention, citing the CCP Virus (coronavirus) ...

Sen. Collins explains why she will vote to acquit President Trump

Politics 02/05/20, 06:10

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) declared on Tuesday, Feb. 4, that she will vote to acquit on House Democrats’ articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump in the Senate trial. Collins made the declaration after Sen. Lisa Murkowski had also pledged to vote against convicting President Trump, Breitbart News reported. Because both ...

Collins, Feinstein want a Smithsonian Women’s History Museum

U.S. 03/31/19, 20:29

U.S. Sens. Susan Collins, of Maine, and Dianne Feinstein, of California, want to create a Smithsonian Women's History Museum. They've introduced a bipartisan bill to establish the museum in Washington, D.C. Collins said women have made invaluable contributions to the nation, and that "a museum recognizing these achievements and experiences is long ...

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