For our fellow political news junkies we offer an important comparison at the conclusion of today's reporting cycle . . .
IN WHAT MIGHT BE RED STATE DESTINY: PREZ TRUMP SUPPORTERS CELEBRATE ACQUITTAL AMID THE AFTERGLOW OF CHIEFS SUPER BOWL CELEBRATION!!!
Right now we're sharing some of the more interesting links regarding the Prez and even the most skeptical denizens of the discourse might look at today's pronouncements of victory as something beyond mere chance as both Red State Missouri & Kansas erupt in what what was undeniably a populist outpouring of emotion from both local sports fans and MAGA loyalists across the nation; respectively.
And now we examine headlines from "many sides" of the debate . . .
Political Absolution Pronouncement
The White House on Tuesday released a statement calling the Senate's vote to acquit President Trump of the two articles of impeachment brought against him a "full vindication and exoneration." The statement by Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham mirrored the language Trump has been using for the last three years to describe Democrat-led efforts to investigate his presidential campaign and his administration.
subscribe to The NPR Politics Podcast podcast Senators voted on Wednesday afternoon to acquit President Trump on two articles of impeachment - abuse of power and obstruction of Congress - after an historically unusual but typically contentious trial. Forty eight senators supported a verdict of guilty; 52 voted not guilty on Article I.
Multiple lawmakers indicated on Wednesday that they were taking action against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for ripping up President Donald Trump's State of the Union Address last night. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) wrote on Twitter: "BREAKING: I'm filing an ethics complaint against @SpeakerPelosi for destroying @realDonaldTrump's State of the Union speech.
Op/Ed Push Back Abounds
As I watch opponents pound and pound, then pound again, on President Trump, I say to myself, "You're reelecting him; do keep pounding." I welcome the pummeling. Trump, to be sure, is a strange guy. I have never witnessed anyone more in love with himself than Trump.
The U.S. Senate acquitted President Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress on Wednesday - the end of a trial that lasted about three weeks. The chamber's Republicans blocked Democratic motions to call witnesses during the trial and then voted to acquit Trump.
Bold Repeat Declaration
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Hundreds of thousands of Kansas City Chiefs fans braved sub-freezing wind chills on Wednesday to celebrate the team's first Super Bowl victory in 50 years, and if Coach Andy Reid is to be believed, they'll be back for an encore next year.
WASHINGTON - The impeachment trial may be over, but the fallout is not. President Donald Trump's acquittal Wednesday on two impeachment articles formally ends a four-month saga that threatened to end his presidency and stoked partisan divisions in Congress and across the country.
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