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Mitch McConnell Will Vote To Acquit Donald Trump


Senate Minority Chief Mitch McConnell made an enormous present of being upset over the Jan. 6 MAGA assault on the U.S. Capitol that left a number of individuals useless, however he’s reportedly planning to acquit Donald Trump.

According to Politico, “Senate Minority Chief Mitch McConnell has instructed GOP colleagues in a letter that he’ll vote to acquit Donald Trump within the former president’s impeachment trial, in response to sources conversant in the communication.”

The report provides, “McConnell’s announcement ends a protracted interval of silence over whether or not he would think about convicting Trump for incitement of rebel and will pave the way in which for a lot of different Republicans to observe in acquittal.”

The information that McConnell will acquit comes after every week of arguments wherein the impeachment managers revealed new particulars and photographs from the MAGA assault. What they confirmed is that the assault was rather more dire and sinister than beforehand recognized.

In the meantime, Trump’s protection workforce spent the previous week basically attempting to expire the clock as a substitute of stringing collectively a reputable protection for the previous president’s habits.

McConnell and the GOP are inviting extra MAGA assaults

By letting Donald Trump off the hook for inciting a lethal terrorist assault on the U.S. Capitol, Mitch McConnell and different GOP senators are inviting extra political violence.

As Rachel Maddow said this week, if Trump faces no penalties for his actions associated to the rebel, then he’ll nearly definitely attempt to do it once more.

It’s unclear whether or not Mitch McConnell was critically contemplating conviction within the first place, however that’s a moot level. He, like most Republicans, will find yourself in the identical place they at all times do – bowing right down to essentially the most harmful president this nation has ever had.

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