"That's that. One hundred senators voted on whether to acquit President Trump or remove him from office. The final vote was 52-48 on the abuse of power article and 53-47 on the obstruction of Congress charge. (Remember, it would have taken a supermajority, or 67 Senate votes, to convict him.) The name on everyone's lips after the vote? Mitt Romney, who became the first senator to vote to remove a President of his own party when he voted to convict Trump on the first article. The trial has now concluded, and Donald Trump, the third American President to be impeached, is in the clear. Of course, there will still be political fallout. Trump is expected to give his first public comments on his acquittal today. And in a sign the dirt-digging is far from over, two GOP senators have asked for Secret Service records on Trump rival Joe Biden's son, Hunter."
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