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Mitch McConnell Says He Will Vote to Acquit Trump

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told fellow GOP senators via email Saturday morning that he will vote to acquit President Trump when his impeachment trial comes to a vote. McConnell, while saying his vote is a “close call”, he believes the Senate lacks jurisdiction as “impeachments are a tool primarily for removal.” McConnell also said concerns about a president engaging in criminal conduct in his last days in office can be addressed prosecution after he leaves office.

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McConnell does not make clear whether the “close call” is one of jurisdiction or of Trump’s guilt or innocence.


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McConnell’s statement was first reported by Politico’s Burgess Everett:

The Senate reconvenes at 10 a.m. EST and is expected to conclude today if no witnesses are called.

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