History is watching. If President Trump is not removed from office, those senators who vote to acquit him will be long remembered for condoning his unacceptable behavior and weakening our country. "The Dems are scamming America!"
Democrats are already looking to turn the Senate trial to their favour, branding the hearings a coverup and mobilizing grassroots organisations to punish some Republican senators who face re-election this year. Susan Collins voted with the Democrats for witnesses, but that was not enough.
The House managers said that was why they wanted the Senate to subpoena additional documents and witnesses with firsthand knowledge of the president's thinking, such as acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton.
His assertion, made via tweet, came at a busy moment for Washington which is not only grappling with Trump's impeachment proceedings but also awaiting the results of Monday's all-important Iowa caucuses. The Republicans control the Senate with a 53-47 majority over Democrats, and no Republican senator has signalled that they plan to vote for Mr Trump's removal.
Although neither has publicly stated how they will vote next week, a super majority of 67 would be required to remove Trump from office - a figure that appears all but impossible in a hyper-partisan era.
Mr Trump had wanted his acquittal to take place before delivering his State of the Union address on Tuesday and held "fervent" talks with Mitch McConnell, the Senate's Republican leader, in an attempt to achieve that.
"I assume that would be quickly followed by the acquittal of President Trump", Feingold added.
"The question then is not whether the president did it, but whether the United States Senate or the American people should decide what to do about what he did", he said.
When the final vote does occur to acquit the President, it will mark the end of a remarkable, whirlwind four-month impeachment that began when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced an impeachment inquiry on September 24, leading to the President's impeachment on two articles less than three months later.
Meanwhile, Democrats have failed to convince voters that the Senate lacks sufficient evidence to make a decision in its impeachment trial.
She said: "He is impeached forever".
But Lindsey Graham, the USA senator and friend of the president, said: "The sooner the better for the country, let's turn the page".
For almost the entire length of the President's impeachment trial, his aides have viewed the State of the Union address as a pivotal moment they hoped would present an opportunity for vindication.
He said: "A majority of the U.S. senate has determined that the numerous witnesses, and 28,000-plus pages of documents, already in evidence are sufficient to judge the accusations". Media speculated whether Red State Democrats like Sens.
The crux of the impeachment case against Trump is whether he used the $391 million in military aid to Ukraine and a coveted White House meeting for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as leverage to force the foreign leader to conduct political investigations, including one focused on former vice president Joe Biden.
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