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Republican Senators Confident Trump WIll Not Be Convicted As Polls Show Move Is Unpopular

A growing number of Republican senators are revealing resistance to holding an impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump, leaving Democrats’ powers to turn enough votes for impeachment in question.

Twenty-nine GOP senators have now voiced against holding a trial, according to an Epoch Times tally, claiming it’s unconstitutional to try to adjudge a former office holder or a waste of time.

“I think right now Donald Trump is no longer the president. He is a former president,” Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) said on NBC’s “Meet the Press'' on Sunday, claiming parts of the Constitution say the legislature can impeach a president but they do not symbolize “that you can impeach someone who is not in office.”

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