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"67 votes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Looked back in 19. I think it was 73 when it might follow 67 votes. 60 votes. And also what was happening. What made them six that it needed to change? So I'm open to looking at and start looking bread, that's all and right now, 60 years where I and my wife, but under songs I know that I'm going to protect this filibuster. We're looking at good solution. So the question was. Would you go down to 55 so only 55 vote instead of 10, Senators get five. He's under a lot of pressure. What do you think the Republicans role is to take some of that pressure off if they have one? Yes, he's under He is under a tremendous amount of pressure that progressives are pounding. Away on him. But the thing that gives me hope is that is are the people of West Virginia are the people that Joe Manchin are ultimately accountable to that voted overwhelmingly for President Trump that do not buy into this progressive nonsense that's blowing out of Washington right now. And, you know, I hope he can keep his compass who his bosses are and those are the those are the people of West Virginia, but that you're seeing them chip away. And I pray holds the line. And I think Republicans need to find ways. Miss Senator McConnell needs to find ways to give him some winds. So I know you're in the National Guard still looks like some Florida National Guard. The police officer is going to go down. Help out in Texas and Arizona. Would you go? Oh, absolutely. I would go right now. It's just police officers and not the guard that I know of its 12. Different law enforcement agencies, Brian, I can't tell you how proud I am of Governor De Santis Governor Abbott Ducey of of Arizona. For for stepping up to this crisis. And what what your listeners need to fully understand is these people these migrants? 180,000 just in the last month aren't just staying in Texas and Arizona. They are being flown. Biden's health and Human Services Department all over the country, and you don't even know about it. 3000 of the Children have already been flown to various sites in Florida, and the pressure that they're putting on our school systems are health care, Our infrastructure that's already not serving existing U. S. Citizens in the way that it should is tremendous and what has me someone concerned there's no end in sight. When does when does this stop and thank God for a conservative governor stepping up? Yes, Congressman Michael Waltz with us by Michael, you know W okay. Listeners enjoy hearing with their local congressman is up to and now they know And so does the country Congressman. Thanks for joining us. All right. Thank you, Brian. I'll keep up the fight. You gotta meanwhile coming up next year. 18664087669 do you think Joe Manchin will hold? Then Bryan Rotella joined us an attorney and founder of CEO and Senior party with Jenko. He's going to weigh in as the health care expert. He is on what it means for Obamacare that it got upheld again at the Supreme Court, and so much more. You're listening to the brain. Kill me show Diving deep into today's top stories. It's Brian Kilmeade.

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Trump acquitted in lightning-fast impeachment trial

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:39 min | 1 year ago

Trump acquitted in lightning-fast impeachment trial

"The Padres. NASA's perseverance Rover scheduled to land on Mars this afternoon. Retail sales jumped last month as we shopped more and Texas nurses tough it out to get to the hospital. That story in about 20 minutes. President Biden laid out a sweeping mission on Inauguration Day, declaring his gold to tackle the cascading crises afflicting America. He cited eroding faith in democracy and even in truth Growing inequity, systemic racism and the climate. The implication was that he would offer solutions or at least progress toe all of these crises. In reality, he'll have to pick his battles, and the choices he makes in the coming weeks will begin to set the terms of his legacy. More from Sean Zeller, editor at CQ Roll Call Shaun How do you see it? We've been living through a just a time where politics has become like Combat perpetual combat where the party's air after each other, where they have nothing nice to say about each other. So, although the outcome here was not what Democrats wanted I was struck by the tone of the whole proceeding, which struck me as quite somber and there were very few Republicans who were castigating the Democrats for like they were during Trump's first impeachment, you know, calling it a witch on calling and frivolous and ridiculous. For the most part, most of the Republican senators. Felt that Donald Trump had done something wrong here and they were. They were very sober about it, and we're not castigating the Democrats and vice versa. The Democrats were, I think, appealing to the jury jury, which included Republican senators and not trying to offend them by Saying that they were to blame for Donald Trump's behavior. Why was the tone different this time? I think Democrats really wanted to expand the number of Republicans who voted to convict they weren't they weren't expecting that they would get a conviction, which would require 67 votes and 17 Republican senators, but They wanted to get a number of Republican senators. And so you don't want to offend your jury and the tone of their argument. The House impeachment managers argument was Hey, we were the victims here. We were the people in the capital when the mob arrived, we were the ones fleeing from them and They praise. For example, Mike Pence the Republican Vice president Donald Trump's vice president, who they had pilloried for the last four years. They praised him for being there for overseeing the electoral vote count. Despite Donald Trump

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Trump acquitted in impeachment trial as 57-43 vote short of two-thirds majority

ABC News Perspective

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Trump acquitted in impeachment trial as 57-43 vote short of two-thirds majority

"Post impeachment managers are reflecting on former President Trump's acquittal in his Senate impeachment trial, Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin told reporters his team defended the constitution decided the 57 votes to convict Trump, including seven Republicans. 67 votes were needed to convict under a two thirds majority

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"67 votes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Conviction. That's 10 votes short of the 67 votes needed for two thirds majority to convict. Some Democrats and Republicans in the House and Senate have suggested censure. Here's House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with a message. The Senate Republicans how ugly janitors who couldn't face up to what the president did on what was it steak for a country are now gonna have a chance to give a little slap on the roof. We sent your people for using stationary for the wrong purpose way Don't send your people for inciting insurrections that kills people in the capital. The House speaker stating Republicans were more concerned about their political survival than protecting the Constitution may well after yesterday's verdict, Trump Attorney Michael Vendor. Veen was seen fist bumping another member of the defense, saying We're going to Disney World. The former president, calling the impeachment trial quote another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden weighed in on the impeachment acquittal, issuing a statement last night. I'm Tom Photo you, President Biden Call's Donald Trump's impeachment acquittal and the deadly capital riot that led to them are sad chapter in U. S history that after this Cesar 57 days 43 Thus, 10 years short of the 67 Senate votes that would have been needed to convict Mr Trump of inciting an insurrection that Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell blames on him Anyway. Later, the free World cannot bend weeks thundering that shadowy forces air stealing our country and then fame surprised when people believe him and do reckless things, but Senator McConnell voted to find him not guilty on constitutional grounds. Tom Foti CBS NEWS Washington It's 1 18 amid the nation's covert 19 vaccine rollout. It calls for teachers to have greater access to the vaccines. Brown University's Dr Ashish Jha on the very high stakes, lots of schools open quite safely without having teachers vaccinated That said. I have been in favor of getting teachers vaccinated early and making them a priority. I think it will add an important level of assurance and will help us open school safely also said Madonna and Fizer are studying their vaccine for use in adolescents ages 12 to 17. He also says that data ship AL by late spring or likely early summer. China is responding to US allegations that it is withholding information about the covert outbreak there from World Health Organization investigators. This after the White House said it had very deep concerns about the way the data from early in a pandemic was being handled. In response, China is accusing the U. S of damaging international cooperation and pointing fingers and countries that have been supporting the W H O Following the U. S allegations. A World Health Organization team member spoke out, saying the W H O investigators had received their right information throughout their white spread and ongoing investigation. A 7.3 magnitude earthquake rocking Japan this weekend, leaving 100 people injured. Here's more from CBS is Lucy crowd. She has more from Tokyo, the hardest hit prefectures of Miyagi and Fukushima in northeastern Japan reported scores of injuries, mostly among senior citizens fall. Or being hit by glass shards and toppling furniture. But experts say this quake triggered short high frequency seismic vibrations, allowing the country to escape with remarkably light damage to property and people. Lucy Craft, CBS News, Tokyo, Mardi Gras and your Orleans is canceled. No parades and bars in the New Orleans area closed through Tuesday. Some tours, though, showed up anyway, this woman named Chany says. She couldn't stay away. I was so excited that come through Mardi Gras We booked this trip a year ago didn't cover and viruses shutting everything down on Bourbon Street closed through Tuesday in New Orleans, the city's police superintendent, Sean Ferguson, says it will be all hands on deck to ensure there are no large gatherings in the French Quarter, said.

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"67 votes" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Not though perhaps on then figure it out for yourself. But 500 deaths at least so far. This is the CDC reporting this by the way, and if the reporting system says that only 1% of these things get reported correctly. And the rest. Don't you do the math. It's frightening. All right, We're coming, right? Actually with us. It's the doctor. Bob Martin shakes PH. Honolulu. It's more contagious and could be more deadly. I'm Pam who so Fox News Scientific Advisors in the United Kingdom, say the predominant variant of the covert 19 virus, maybe 30 to 70% more deadly than previous variants. That means people who were previously at low risk of catching Coben 19 are now getting infected and ending up in the hospital in the U. S. The CDC has updated its guidance on school re openings. What we have tried to do with this new guidance is to take the extensive literature that has occurred from September through now where we've had experiences from other schools to see what the science says and how we can do so safely. CDC director Rachelle Belinsky on Fox News Sunday. Even though new Corona virus infections are down in the U. S, she says it's absolutely too early to lift mask mandates. It's the day after former President Trump's acquittal at his second impeachment trial I was disappointed in the result, but it resulted in the most bipartisan vote we've ever seen in an impeachment of the president of the United States, Senate Democrat Amy Klobuchar on Fox News Sunday, seven Republicans sided with Democrats but not GOP leader Mitch McConnell, who later blasted the former president's behavior before the Capitol riot. We were never going to reach 67 votes in the Senate without Mitch McConnell voting guilty, so he went up it on the floor. Afterwards, he basically gave the speech. Jamie Raskin would have given to the Senate and then tried to justify his vote for acquittal. Senator Dick Durbin on NBC's Meet the Press. It's a snowy, icy day in parts of the deep south areas of Texas could see several inches of snow. That same system led.

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McConnell says Trump was "practically and morally responsible" for Washington, DC riot after voting not guilty

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:33 min | 1 year ago

McConnell says Trump was "practically and morally responsible" for Washington, DC riot after voting not guilty

"Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell delivered a scalding denunciation of former President Trump calling him morally responsible for the attack on the U. S Capitol. But before that, of course, he voted not guilty in the president's impeachment trial. Joining us for more is Ken Walsh, White House and political analyst for U. S News and World Report. Can it looks like that High wire act continues for many Republicans and their relationship with the former president. Well, it does. And you know, this basically is a rebuke to President Trump because It was 57 to 43 vote to find him guilty of inciting the insurrection, But it failed to reach the 67 votes two thirds needed to convict. So it was a majority vote, including seven Republicans. Of course, what it is basically, it's it's sort of an outcome without a conclusion and It's um there's still a special congressional commission that's going to proceed to look at the events of January 6th when the capital was invaded. At the state level their investigations of President Trump's conduct and trying to overturn the election in Georgia and in New York. So This really has not resolved very much, And there's a lot of sense of disappointment really around Washington as to how this has all come out. Wasn't worth doing. And, of course, this such a ferocious partisanship in the air that, um, the House managers and the Democrats who pushed this field was worth doing because President Trump needed to be rebuked. But of course, he was not convicted. And so a ZAY say there's just the sense that this is, um This does not really resolve anything and that we're just as polarized as we had been with President Trump with the center of that of former President Trump in the center of that. And, um, we're gonna be talking about this, Uh, for well into the future. Did you find it interesting, though, that McConnell pointed specifically to criminal courts is a possible future forum for this kind of thing for the president. The former president? Yes. Yes, he did, And he sure almost invited that to happen. On But, you know, they're just step back and look a historically, um, in our first um, really two centuries we have one impeachment of Andrew Johnson 18 68. Ah, then, 130 years later, we had, um The beginning of appeared where we had three Bill Clinton. In 1998 and then Donald Trump twice in 2019 2021. So what's happened is that I think, partly because the presidency has gotten so powerful, and there's an effort in Congress to rein it in. And partly because we have become so partisan on polarized as a country, impeachment has become not the rare process that the founders envisioned, but something that's used as a As a weapon by both parties really against the sitting president. So we've had three impeachments now since 1998. And that's a really a remarkable historical development that impeachment has become. More of a regular eyes thing in our country. And as I say, three of them since

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"67 votes" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on KCRW

"Learn more at SMC Daddy to you. Coming up news headlines from NPR and then more music on the other side from NPR News. I'm Janine Herbst. The Senate has voted not to convict former President Donald Trump of inciting the insurrection with US capital on January 6th. NPR's Brian Naylor reports. The vote was 57 to 43 today, short of the two thirds majority needed to convict Trump. Seven Republicans voted with all 50 Democrats in favor of the article of impeachment, but it was still short of the 67 votes needed to convict Trump. Vote came after a five day trial. Lead. House manager Jamie Raskin, a Maryland Democrat, argued Trump was worse than those who stormed the capital. He named the date he named the time And he brought them here, and now he must pay the price. But Trump Attorney Michael Vander Wien called the impeachment the result of a vendetta by Democrats. This impeachment has been a complete charade from beginning to end, Trump issued a statement calling the impeachment another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. Brian Naylor. NPR news Biden administration has forced to Georgia to pause plans to limit the expansion of Medicaid in the state. Sam Whitehead of member station W Baby reports. Georgia wants to include a work requirement. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services says it's considering whether to withdraw a previous approval of George's plan issued by the Trump administration. State wants to expand Medicaid health coverage to some low income Georgians who work volunteer or job train for 80 hours a month. But the bite administration says that requirement has become infeasible because of the cove in 19 pandemic, and that it doesn't meet the objectives of the public insurance program for low income individuals. A spokesman for Governor Brian Kemp, who spearheaded the state's plan. Says his office is reviewing the administration's concerns. For NPR News. I'm Sam Whitehead in Atlanta. Some landlords are evicting renters during the pandemic, despite an order from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention aimed at stopping evictions to limit the spread of covert 19. As NPR's Chris Arnold reports, housing rights groups are pushing the administration to beef up the protections. Studies have found that evictions can lead to Mork over deaths because people end up forced into more crowded living situations where they catch and spread the coronavirus. A CDC orders supposed to stop evictions for people who have no other good housing options. But critics say it is loopholes and landlords can too easily get around it. So the simplest way to fix this is to just have a universal eviction band right now. Which means that all the people who need it are protected. Shame is roller is with the National Housing Law Project, he says. A strong eviction band should be coupled with rental assistance money. Congress has approved billions of dollars for that, and he says more is needed so landlords can get paid without evicting people..

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"67 votes" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on WTOP

"Still well short of the 67 votes needed to convict the former president of incitement of insurrection related to the attack on the Capitol lead impeachment manager in Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin. Argued that Donald Trump riled up the mob and focused its anger, aiming it at Vice President Mike Pence himself while failing to quell it in either of his roles as commander in chief. Or his real role that day insider in chief, But defense attorney Michael Vander ve encountered that there was no clear evidence. Donald Trump incited the rioting at no point. Did you hear anything that could ever possibly be construed as Mr Trump encouraging or sanctioning an insurrection? Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell voted to acquit but remains critical of the former president or president. Trump's actions. Preceded the riot. Or a disgraceful Disgraceful. Our election. Duty. No U S president has ever been convicted of an article of impeachment on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T O P News. A new poll from you governor and the Economist ranks the best and worst presidents of the United States now most people when naming who they thought is the best president. Said Barack Obama, with 18% barely beating out Abraham Lincoln when ranking the worst presidents more people named former President Donald Trump than any other president, 46% 24% named Barack Obama the worst president. The Yugo and the Economist. Poll surveyed 1500 adults in the United States between February 6th and February 9th. Maryland lawmakers are seeking to rename Maryland to 10, also known as Indian Head Highway.

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"67 votes" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's 28 degrees and cloudy of four o'clock A good afternoon. I'm David Folk. Thomas Breaking News out of Washington just moments ago. The Senate voting to acquit former President Donald Trump on the single impeachment charge of inciting the right at the Capitol on January 6th. The vote was 57 to 43 to convict Trump, but that falls short of the 67 votes required for conviction. The guilty votes were cast by all 48 Senate Democrats. As well as to independence and seven Republicans. The acquittal means Trump will not be prevented from running for the office of president should he choose to in the future earlier today, it looked like the trial might be extended for weeks after the Senate unexpectedly voted to hear witnesses. But after hours of behind the scenes negotiations between House managers and Trump's defense team, Ah, compromise was reached. That in lieu of calling witnesses a statement by Republican Congresswoman Jamie Herrera Butler would be read into the record regarding a phone conversation she says she had with the House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy during the January 6th riot at the Capitol. Well, cops are investigating after two people were stabbed to death on a New York City subway line overnight. Paul de Castro has more the incidents happening two hours apart on the A line. Officials say a man was found on a train with stab wounds to his neck and torso around 11 30 Friday night at the Mont Avenue subway station in Far Rockaway, Queens. Just two hours later, a 44 year old woman was found with several stab wounds aboard a train in Manhattan at West 207 Street and Broadway. Both victims were pronounced dead at the scene. It's unknown at the two stabbings are connected, and no arrests have been made. Paul de Castro w O R News in sports college basketball action today. 25th ranked Rutgers taking.

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"67 votes" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on WJR 760

"Clear he's talking about legislators fighting for our rights. People fighting toe advocate and, you know everyone likes to overlook the word peacefully in their attorney, David shown also challenges the constitutionality in due process of the impeachment on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News, Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the U. S Senate will likely failed to convict former President Trump In order for President Trump to be convicted. It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that. That was Senator Cruz on Fox News. The staff of the New York governor's office. Andrew Cuomo, is responding after apologizing secretly to fellow Democrats for concealing the true number of nursing home patients who die due to covert 19 in New York state boxes. Evan Brown reports The New York Post published details of a video chat between Melissa de Rosa governor Andrew Cuomo, secretary and top New York state Democratic officeholders. In which Derosa admits they didn't include covert 19 deaths of nursing home patients in hospitals among the tally of nursing home deaths due to the virus, and she offers an apology to them. For creating a difficult campaign issue in a statement now tweeted by him aid Derosa claims Cuomo and his team were transparent, but they were forced to deal with a Trump Administration Justice Department inquiry. For answering questions from the New York Legislature. Evan Brown Fox News, Mayor Duggan is expanding covert 19 eligibility for those 18 years of age and older with special needs Anybody whose disability makes them more vulnerable. To contract in covert 19. And that means individuals with conditions like cerebral palsy. Autism Down syndrome. Muscular dystrophy can now get a covert 19 shot in Detroit's, but the problem is availability on Lee 45,000 shots have been administered. Mall Street today, Stocks finished on the positive side that that was up 28th. E S and P was up. 19 Ken Rygel Ski WJR news back to Mitch After this This is guy Gordon. Michigan. Weather can be unpredictable and destructive, taken damage our homes, destroying cherished memories. It can damage our businesses and derail daily operations. This devastation leaves you overwhelmed and confused. And the first thing you need to do is call our partners and.

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"67 votes" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on WJR 760

"Argued without a conviction in disqualification. Former President Trump could again try to sow doubt in an election outcome. Today, his attorneys make their case. It's clear he's talking about legislators fighting for our rights. People fighting to advocate and you know everyone likes to overlook the word peacefully in their attorney, David shown also challenges the constitutionality in due process of the impeachment on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News, Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the Senate will likely failed. Convict the former president. In order for President Trump to be convicted. It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that Senator Cruz spoke to Fox News. Mayor Duggan is expanding covert vaccination eligibility for those 18 years and older with special needs Anybody whose disability makes them more vulnerable. To contract in covert 19 on that means individuals with conditions like cerebral palsy. Autism Down syndrome, muscular dystrophy. Can I get a covert 19 shot in Detroit, But the problem of availability remains on Lee 45,000 shots have been administered in the city. Wayne County Man says he's having trouble getting his coronavirus. Sean is willing to pay five figures to get one. John John Civiletti, who's 72 wants to get a covert shot for himself, and his wife says he signed up online and a Myers and the local hospital but never received a confirmation. Wayne County officials confirm they received 30,000 doses, but their numbers shows they have more reservations than vaccine. Staff member of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is responding after apologizing secretly to fellow Democrats for concealing the true number of nursing home patients who died due to covert 19. Fox is Evan Brown reports The New York Post published details of a video chat between Melissa de Rosa governor Andrew Cuomo, secretary and top New York state Democratic officeholders. In which Derosa admits they didn't include covert 19 deaths of nursing home patients in hospitals among the tally of nursing home deaths due to the virus, and she offers an apology to them. For creating a difficult campaign issue in a statement now tweeted by an aide, Derosa claims Cuomo and his team were transparent, but they were forced to deal with a Trump administration Justice Department inquiry. For answering questions from the New York Legislature. Evan Brown Fox News. Former employees of the scandal ridden Lincoln Project are asking for non disclosure agreements to be waived. Six former employees are calling on the organization to waive nondisclosure agreements known as India's. They've now pending open letter to The New York Times, saying they want to be allowed to disclose information quote. Would aid the press, public and our donors and answering questions relevant to the public interest. Now, the Lincoln projects leaders have long been fiercely critical of former President Trump's and Dia's co founder, Rick Wilson. Tweeting back in January 2019 that the then presidents India's weren't legally enforceable, saying people who signed them are buying into the collective delusion of Trumpism that there's some esoteric they're there, and the trump nd a wall will eventually break and open up vast avenues for reporting. 21. Men have accused John Weaver Lincoln Project Co founder of online sexual harassment on Wall Street. This our stocks have turned negative. The Dow was down 58 points the S and P down a point. Traffic and weather next double D J R News time to 04 tired of cleaning fingerprints.

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"67 votes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Worth involving over 130 vehicles Thursday morning, 65 people were injured, the re critically among the injured War. Fort Worth police officers. Texas Senator Ted Career says the U. S. Senate will likely fail to convict former President Trump, who currently is being tried for inciting an insurrection by Democrat House impeachment managers. In order for President Trump to be convicted, It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that the impeachment managers argued Trump inspired the violence of the capital last month. The former president's defense lawyers present their arguments beginning today, and they are expected to include pointing out past instances when Democrats have used combative rhetoric playing video similar to how the House impeachment managers use video of Trump speaking to make their case against him. Defense is also expected to argue that the House impeachment managers are taking Trump's words out of context. Well, the United States will soon be getting a lot more Corona virus vaccine. The Biden administration is secure deals with Visor and Moderna to produce an additional 200 million doses of Corona virus vaccine. The president made the announcement after touring laboratories at the National Institutes of Health that Maze Ronal attractive enough supply. For 300 million Americans. By the end of July. In an emotional appeal, Biden also reminded Americans of the importance of wearing masks while the vaccine is rolling out, saying, quote, it's a patriotic responsibility. Well, the Houston Texans are reportedly going to release Star Defensive End in one time franchise Cornerstone JJ Watt what was due to earn 17.5 million in 2021, which would also be the final year of his contract. He has no guaranteed money remaining on the deals of the Texans clear the entire amount. What has been a quarter stone of the franchise since they picked him number 11.

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"67 votes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"No longer in office. The Maryland Democrat argued that the senators already put that constitutional issue to bed by voting on it the very first day of the trial. Democratic senators have discussed in recent weeks that if they cannot secure the 67 votes needed to convict Trump and bar him from holding office in a subsequent simple majority vote. That they might invoke the 14th amendment of the constitution to do the same, but 10 Republicans would have to join in the action of all 50 Democrats remain onboard for it to pass. Meantime, new revelations air coming to light regarding former President Trump's battle with coronavirus. The New York Times reports that Trump was more ill than what was made public when he was infected. Apparently it got to the point where medical personnel thought the former president would require a ventilator before being transferred to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Coronavirus put Trump in the hospital for a few days in October of last year, The CDC will release guidelines today on reopening schools in the U. S. The guidelines are expected to recommend protective mass social distancing proper hygiene and building ventilation and could also address whether teachers need vaccinations. President Biden has vowed to reopen schools within his 1st 100 days in office. He is also proposed $130 billion for school re openings in his covert relief bill. We'll fake meat has declared a price war on big cow Andrew O'Dea, Bloomberg has is in focus report in its effort to get you to say something other than beef is What's for dinner. The plant based protein business is trying to cut into beef sales by cutting its own prices were betting that eventually we're gonna have to price The same crisis. Commodity based thief Dennis Woodside is president of plant based meat alternative maker Impossible Foods, which is just cut it suggested grocery store prices 20% He wants them even lower right now. Even with these price reductions were in the range of organic grass fed beef, which is a good market, But the vast majority, the market is price lower than that. What science says with increased production comes the ability to further decrease prices. And he explains why he doesn't consider impossible's main rival to be beyond meets or other plant based companies are businesses not growing. These people are switching.

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"67 votes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The first phase of the impeachment trial ends. I'm Jack Callahan. Fox News was prosecutors wrapping up their case Thursday. Lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin concluded the House Democrats presentation by telling senators to apply common sense to the facts presented. Why did President Trump Do nothing to stop the attack for at least two hours after the attack began. Trump's legal team begins presenting its case Friday expected to challenge the constitutionality of a trial of a former official in arguing the House through no link between the rioters in the former president. Fox's Jared help run of the capital, Texas. Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the outcome of the trial is a foregone conclusion. In order for President Trump to be convicted, It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that Senator Cruz tells Fox News at night. The impeachment managers have tried to create a new standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law. A top aide to New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has told leading state Democratic lawmakers the administration withheld data on covert 19 deaths of nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny, according to a report in the New York Post. Representative Lee Zeldin wants the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice probe Governor Cuomo had ordered Corona virus patients sent in nursing homes, potentially infecting staff and thousands of other patients. In the early days of the pandemic. A reprieve for a death row inmate in Alabama Willie B. Smith was to be given a lethal injection last night for a 1991 murder. But a federal appeals court issued an injunction later upheld by the Supreme Court. That's Ed Smith could not be executed unless the state allowed his personal pastor to be in the room with him. Alabama has a policy against anyone but trained prison staff being in the death chamber. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network. Getting schooled with Tammy Horny said. I just think they looked at the list of the companies that were most heavily shorted and decided to go for those. It's so interesting that this all happened because of a Reddit forum. Also, it just shows the power of the Internet nowadays, you know, it's interesting to look at both sides of the story to. Obviously the red eaters really benefited off of this, But the hedge funds not so much drive and listen now by going through a Fox News podcast done come I'm the Fox News Podcasts Network. It's the Fox News Rundown. Start your day With a contrast of perspectives. You won't hear anywhere else. A daily morning podcast going far beyond the headlines tapping into the massive reporting resource is of Fox News to provide a full picture of the news of the day. I'm Dana Pary. No, I'm bred there. I'm just a tireless I'm Chris Wallace. And this is the Fox News. Run down, Listen and subscribe now by going up fox news podcasts dot com. There's potential trouble for a.

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"67 votes" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Beechman trial and I'm Jack Callahan. Fox News House Prosecutors Wrapping up their case Thursday, lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin concluded the House Democrats presentation by telling senators to apply common sense to the facts presented. Why did President Trump Do nothing to stop the attack for at least two hours after the attack. Began. Trump's legal team begins presenting its case Friday expected to challenge the constitutionality of a trial of a former official in arguing the House through no link between the rioters in the former president. Fox's Jared help run of the capital, Texas. Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the outcome of the trial is a foregone conclusion. In order for President Trump to be convicted, It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that And so did the Cruise tells Fox News at night, the impeachment managers have tried to create a new standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law. A top aide to New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has told leading state Democratic lawmakers the administration withheld data on covert 19 deaths of nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny, according to a report in the New York Post. Representative Lee Zeldin wants the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice probe Governor Cuomo had ordered Corona virus patients sent to nursing homes, potentially infecting staff and thousands of other patients. In the early days of the pandemic. A reprieve for a death row inmate in Alabama Willie B. Smith was to be given a lethal injection last night for a 1991 murder. But a federal appeals court issued an injunction later upheld by the Supreme Court. That's Ed Smith could not be executed unless the state allowed his personal pastor to be in the room with him. Alabama has a policy against anyone but trained prison staff being in the death chamber. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network. Getting schooled with Tammy Horny said. I just think they looked at the list of the companies that were most heavily shorted and decided to go for those. It's so interesting that this all happened because of a Reddit forum. Also, it just shows the power of the Internet. Nowadays, you know, it's interesting to look at both sides of the story to. Obviously the red eaters really benefited off of this, But the hedge funds not so much subscribe and listen now by going to a Fox News podcasts done calm. From the Bucks. News Podcasts Network. It's the Fox News rundown. Start your day With a contrast of perspectives. You won't hear anywhere else. A daily Morning podcast going far beyond the headlines tapping into the massive reporting resource is of Fox News to provide a full picture of the news of the day. I'm Dana Pary. No, I'm bred there. I'm Jessica Tarlov. I'm Chris Wallace. And this is the Fox News. Run down, Listen and subscribe now by going up fox news podcasts dot com. There's potential trouble for a Georgia voter.

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"67 votes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Connection to the riot at the U. S. Capitol. 52 year old Tony Mariano of Fort Pierce was arrested last month after a social media post showed him taking a selfie inside the Capitol chambers. His original charges included knowingly entering a restricted building without lawful authority. Three new charges include disorderly conduct in a federal building and parading, demonstrating or picketing in a federal building. Marie Otto has denied participating in any of the violence that took place January 6th. I'm Joel Malkin, Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronis Ter promised an all out battle against you. Been trafficking during the days and weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, and now he's out with the numbers. 75 men and women who were either looking to buy or sell sex have been arrested. Three men charged with human trafficking The sickening practice of human trafficking is a crime that is nothing less than modern day slavery, Frustrated and disappointment and long lines at a state run vaccination location in Hillsborough County, dozens of seniors who showed up at University Mall in Hillsborough County Thursday for their second shot will Turned away when many of those folks received their first dose. The site was run by the county. But it's now a state site, and reports indicate the state incident commander decided not to accept those people for their second dose. No word yet on how those people will get their booster shot. The state reported more than 8500 new covert 19 cases Thursday in 180 additional virus related deaths. Pinellas County deputy has been arrested accused of handcuffing his girlfriend behind her back and holding her against a wall. Supervisors of the sheriff's office says it started after she confronted 23 year old deputy Jared Toro about infidelity, which became physical. He's charged with one count of domestic battery and one count of false imprisonment. With Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. The first phase of the impeachment trial ends. I'm Jack Callahan. Fox News House Prosecutors Wrapping up their case Thursday, lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin completed the House Democrats presentation by telling senators to apply common sense to the facts presented. Why did President Trump Do nothing to stop the attack for at least two hours after the attack began, Trump's legal team begins presenting its case Friday expected to challenge the constitutionality of a trial of a former official. Arguing the house through no link between the rioters in the former president. Fox's Jared help run of the capital, Texas. Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the outcome of the trial is a foregone conclusion. In order for President Trump to be convicted. It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that Senator Cruz tells Fox News at night. The impeachment managers have tried to create a new standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law. A top aide to New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has told leading state Democratic lawmakers the administration withheld data on covert 19 deaths of nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny, according to a report in the New York Post. Representative Lee Zeldin wants the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice probe Governor Cuomo had ordered Corona virus patients sent a nursing homes, potentially infecting staff and thousands of other patients. In the early days of the pandemic. A reprieve for a death row inmate in Alabama Willie B. Smith was to be given a lethal injection last night for a 1991 murder. But a federal appeals court issued an injunction later upheld by the Supreme Court. That's Ed Smith could not be executed unless the state allowed his personal pastor to be in the room with him. Alabama has a policy against anyone but trained prison staff being in the death chamber. America is listening to Fox News. From the mosque. Nissan Traffic.

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"67 votes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Ends. I'm Jack Callahan. Fox News House Prosecutors Wrapping up their case Thursday, lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin concluded the House Democrats presentation by telling senators to apply common sense to the facts presented. Why did President Trump Do nothing to stop the attack for at least two hours after the attack began. Trump's legal team begins presenting its case Friday expected to challenge the constitutionality of a trial of a former official in arguing the House through no link between the rioters in the former president. Jared help run of the capital of Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the outcome of the trial is a foregone conclusion. In order for President Trump to be convicted, It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that Senator Cruz tells Fox News at night. The impeachment managers have tried to create a new standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law. A top aide to New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has told leading state Democratic lawmakers the administration withheld data on covert 19 deaths of nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny, according to a report in the New York Post. Representative Lee Zeldin wants the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice probe Governor Cuomo had ordered Corona virus patients sent in nursing homes, potentially infecting staff and thousands of other patients. In the early days of the pandemic. A reprieve for a death row inmate in Alabama Willie B. Smith was to be given a lethal injection last night for a 1991 murder. But a federal appeals court issued an injunction later upheld by the Supreme Court. That's Ed Smith could not be executed unless the state allowed his personal pastor to be in the room with him. Alabama has a policy against anyone but trained prison staff being in the death chamber. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network. Getting schooled with Tammy Horny said. I just think they looked at the list of the companies that were most Haven't we shorted and decided to go for those? It's so interesting that this all happened because of a Reddit forum. Also, it just shows the power of the Internet. Nowadays, you know, it's interesting to look at both sides of the story to. Obviously the red eaters really benefited off of this, But the hedge funds not so much subscribe and listen now by going to a fox news podcasts dot com. From the Fox News broadcasts Networks. It's the Fox News rundown. Start your day With a contrast of perspectives. You won't hear anywhere else..

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"67 votes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"I am why I HD to San Diego Live local breaking the first phase of the impeachment trial ends. I'm Jack Callahan, Fox News. Those prosecutors wrapping up their case Thursday, lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin completed the House Democrats presentation by telling senators to apply common sense to the facts presented. Why did President Trump Do nothing to stop the attack for at least two hours after the attack began, Trump's legal team begins presenting its case Friday expected to challenge the constitutionality of a trial of a former official. And arguing the house through no link between the rioters in the former president. Fox's Jared help run of the capital, Texas. Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the outcome of the trial is a foregone conclusion. In order for President Trump to be convicted, It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that Senator Cruz tells Fox News at night. The impeachment managers have tried to create a new standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law. A top aide to New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has told leading state Democratic lawmakers. The administration withheld data on cov of 19 deaths of nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny, according to a report in the New York Post. Representative Lee Zeldin wants the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice probe Governor Cuomo had ordered Corona virus patients sent a nursing homes, potentially infecting staff and thousands of other patients. In the early days of the pandemic. A reprieve for a death row inmate in Alabama Willie B. Smith was to be given a lethal injection last night for a 1991 murder. But a federal appeals court issued an injunction later upheld by the Supreme Court. That's Ed Smith could not be executed unless the state allowed his personal pastor to be in the room with him. Alabama has a policy against anyone but trained prison staff being in the death chamber. America is listening to Fox News. I'm Zack, CEO and co.

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"67 votes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ted Cruz says the outcome of the trial is a foregone conclusion. In order for President Trump to be convicted. It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that Senator Cruz tells Fox News at night. The impeachment managers have tried to create a new standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law. A top aide to New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has told leading state Democratic lawmakers. The administration withheld data on cov of 19 deaths of nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny, according to a report in the New York Post. Representative Lee Zeldin wants the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice probe Governor Cuomo had ordered Corona virus patients sent to nursing homes, potentially infecting staff and thousands of other patients. In the early days of the pandemic. A reprieve for a death row inmate in Alabama Willie B. Smith was to be given a lethal injection last night for a 1991 murder. But a federal appeals court issued an injunction later upheld by the Supreme Court. Said Smith could not be executed unless the state allowed his personal pastor to be in the room with him. Alabama has a policy against anyone but trained prison staff being in the death chamber. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network. Getting schooled with Tammy Horny said. I just think they looked at the list of the companies that were most heavily shorted and decided to go for those. It's so interesting that this all happened because of a Reddit forum. Also, it just shows the power of the Internet nowadays, you know, it's interesting to look at both sides of the story to. Obviously the red eaters really benefited off of this, But the hedge funds not so much subscribe and listen now by going toe.

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"67 votes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"67 votes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The first place of the impeachment trial ends. I'm Jack Callahan. Fox News House Prosecutors Wrapping up their case Thursday, lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin concluded the House Democrats presentation by telling senators to apply common sense to the facts presented. Why did President Trump Do nothing to stop the attack for at least two hours after the attack began. Trump's legal team begins presenting its case Friday expected to challenge the constitutionality of a trial of a former official in arguing the House through no link between the rioters in the former president. Fox's Jared help run of the capital of Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz says the outcome of the trial is a foregone conclusion. In order for President Trump to be convicted, It takes 67 votes. There is no chance whatsoever. There will be 67 votes to convict him. All 100 senators know that the House managers know that everyone in the room knows that Senator Cruz tells Fox News at night. The impeachment managers have tried to create a new standard for incitement that exists nowhere in legislation or in case law. A top aide to New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has told leading state Democratic lawmakers the administration withheld data on covert 19 deaths of nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny, according to a report in the New York Post. Representative Lee Zeldin wants the Department of Justice to open an obstruction of justice probe Governor Cuomo had ordered Corona virus patients sent in nursing homes, potentially infecting staff and thousands of other patients. In the early days of the pandemic. A reprieve for a death row inmate in Alabama, Willie B. Smith was to be given a lethal injection last night for a 1991 murder. But a federal appeals court issued an injunction later upheld by the Supreme Court That said Smith could not be executed unless the state allowed his personal pastor to be in the room with him. Alabama has a policy against anyone but trained prison staff being in the death chamber. America is listening to Fox News. Finding great candidates, The higher Converium like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure you can post your job to some job board. But then all you can do is hope the right person comes along..

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What To Expect at Trump's Second Impeachment Trial

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

What To Expect at Trump's Second Impeachment Trial

"Second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump starts tomorrow in the Senate. Trump will not testify. A conviction would require 67 votes in the 100 member Senate Republican Senator Roger Wicker doesn't think the Senate will vote to convict should he be convicted in an impeachment trial in the answer is no based on the fact that the Constitution does not anticipate The impeachment trial of a former president, senator from Mississippi, cheered with a bee sees this week. The trial won't prove that Trump incited an insurrection last month at the Capitol.

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Legal analysis of Trump impeachment trial

Jason Rantz

09:39 min | 1 year ago

Legal analysis of Trump impeachment trial

"To the program. Byron York He's the chief political correspondent for the Washington Examiner. He's a Fox news contributor in his capacity. The Examiner, he writes the Daily memo. Which is a newsletter. Available each day. He's also author of the book Obsession Inside the Washington Establishments. Never ending War on Trump, Byron. Good to Have you back. Good. Good to Be Here, guys. Thanks very much, Yes, that you've got a lot going on, obviously. And in your latest daily Nemo, you dive into some of these legal arguments and they're really in some ways process arguments. From various Republicans, particularly in the Senate about the upcoming impeachment trial. We know that the impeachment article being transferred over the Senate today with a start date on the trial. February the ninth, so a bit of a delay there, which is what some of the Republicans have been asking for. They've gotten it before we get into some of the other ancillary questions and details about the trial. It seems like and this is based on your reporting. What a fair amount of the Republican opposition to a conviction here in this impeachment trial will be rooted in the question of whether or not it's even appropriate or permissible. To host a trial like this against an official who's no longer in office. Walk us through some of the details and some of the relevant history on this. Well, there's there's been a big debate before Donald Trump River appeared on the scene. There was a big debate over whether a former official can be impeached and tried and removed from office. OK, so the The Constitution, says. Quote Article two section for the president, Vice president and all civil officers of the United States shall be removed on from office on impeachment for and conviction of treason, bribery and other high crimes and misdemeanors. So we hear we've heard that Ah lot and Republicans. In this case we're going to say Well when it says the president shall be removed. That means the president. There's only one of them at a time, and Donald Trump is not the president. Besides removal. The you know an impeachment is the Constitution's main methods for removing a president who's committed some sort of serious misconduct. Removal is irrelevant and Donald Trump's case because he's been out of office. His term expired on January 20th. So Republicans were going to say, Why are we having this big trial to remove a president who is already gone? And Democrats are gonna say well, there's an additional penalty. An impeachment if if someone is impeached and convicted, the Constitution says that punishment will not go beyond shall not extend further than two removal from office and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor trust or profit under the United States. That means a federal office like the presidency or senator member of the House. So Democrats going to say that the president's the former president Trump's actions were so serious in the first couple of weeks in January That he must be forbidden from ever holding office again. And that's what the big fight is about. And what you there the way you phrase your question, I think is correct, Which is I think there's some Republicans were going to say, Look, we don't even have to get to the merits of this case. That is whether the president incited insurrection because it's just a fact You can't impeach Ah, president who's already Out of office and they might make the argument is well, Byron even if there are people arguing, yes, they can write. It is legally permissible. They might summer arguing that you and people can come back and say OK. For the sake of argument. Let's say yes, you can do this. And obviously that mean the trial's gonna happen. So it looks like the process of Lisa's moving forward. There's also the prudential question of, should you it does is there A good reason to do this right if he's already gone, and for for some who are very critical of trump on what happened after Election Day, all the way through January, 6 in particular. Touchstone. There is going to be accountability and then for others, it's going to be okay. Whatever you think of what happened, And to be sure, Trump acted badly. And maybe we could have discussed a censure. But why are we wasting all this time to remove someone from office who is already removed from office because his term expired? And I guess you know you want to maybe get to 67 votes, which I think will be very hard to do to convict the guy to then bar him from office, which only takes a bare majority, but the prerequisite is conviction. On and you can also Debate whether or not that's the right decision there as well, because, you know, I think I've been very critical of President Trump on what he did what he said the lies about the stolen election and fostering the environment that lead To that violence in the siege on the capital, But I also sort of feel like if voters decide four years from now that they want him back. I kind of believe that should be up to voters in the United States right to to the citizens of this country, as opposed to up to, you know 51 or 50 senators, plus a tie breaking vote. That's sort of how I'm wrestling through some of these questions on I just wonder on the threshold question. Byron of whether or not this is Even allowed it. All right. I've heard arguments on both sides. Constitutionally of this. There's on Lee one tiny precedent right in today involving a non president who resigned from a position of power. Tell us about that and how it might be relevant here or how it might not correct. First of all, we should say that there is no precedent at all for this in the sense of former president being tried from people's just never ever happened, But they do point to a case of a Cabinet officer, a man named William Belt. Knapp, who was the secretary of war in the 18 seventies and the Grant administration. He was accused very credibly is guilty as hell probably of financial corruption. And so on. On this day that put the house is scheduled to vote to impeach him. And a couple of hours before the scheduled vote. He goes to the White House and resigns. He goes to President Grant Any resigns, and then he says, Well, hey, you can't impeach me. I'm a Warmer official. Well, the house went ahead on impeached him, and then it goes to the Senate, and there's a big debate over well, he's a former official. Can we impeach him or not? And they have a vote. And that's a it's a majority vote of the majority says Yes, we can him impeach him. So then they have a five month trial pretty long deal and he's acquitted because you know that you have to get to a two thirds vote to convict and they didn't get to that. And the reason they didn't get to. It was that there were a lot of senators who believe that it was not in their jurisdiction that he was a former Um, a former official and not in their jurisdiction. So is maybe not about it was not about the guilt on the merits necessarily was about Should we be doing this here? Under these auspices for this purpose, given the fact that this former official is indeed former. So this sort of vote the votes against conviction on that principle rather than the facts of the case. Correct. I think he was. There was consensus that he was guilty of what he's accused of. Now, here's the thing. So that is the one president that Democrats will point to here. But there's a lot of other presidents of officials either being impeached or being threatened with impeachment or impeachment has begun. The process has begun, and they resign and then Congress just drops it. Most of all, obviously the biggest issue. Biggest example of that is President Nixon, who resigned in 1974 ahead of impeachment. But most impeachments in this country involved judges and there've been like close to 50 judges who are either under investigation or impeachment had begun. And they resigned. And then nothing was On, even though his judges they could possibly hold a position under the United States in the future, But they were like qualify. Alcee Hastings opted. Alcee Hastings is a Democratic congressman from Florida. Who is himself an impeached federal judge for bring a bribery and corruption. I believe if memory serves, and he was able to then move on and run for the house and women, and he's been there ever since. He was in peace and removed but not banned from holding future office and the voters in Florida decided to send him to the house. And there is so there you have that there are these two questions. There's There's yes, there is one president in the belt nap case before impeaching a former Cabinet secretary. But then there's all these other examples like dozens of examples of Congress deciding to drop an issue once the person has resigned, and by the way, you'll you'll hear Democrats say, Well, gee, if we don't Try President Trump. Then president resigned right before impeachment and escape all punishment, as if resigning is not a rather large punishment for president. You might wanna ask Nixon about that. But the fact is, that's not even an issue in the Trump case because he did not resign. He served out his full term terminated at noon on January 20th. And now he's the former president.

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