It’s been a busy several days of politics, with the impeachment trial winding down and the State of the Union Address featuring all kinds of antics that had the country talking.
And now, the President has been acquitted in the Senate, as many predicted. According to CBN:
With Chief Justice John Roberts presiding, senators voted twice on Wednesday afternoon to acquit President Trump of the two charges against him, bringing an end to the third presidential impeachment trial in American history.
Trump, 73, was acquitted by the GOP-held Senate of the charges of abuse of power by a vote of 52 – 48 and of obstruction of Congress 53 – 47. The charges were brought to the Senate by the Democrat-held House of Representatives less than three months ago.
You can read the full details from CBN by clicking HERE.
After the President’s effective and successful speech, how will voters react? Faithwire Managing Editor Dan Andros breaks down the SOTU fallout, the President’s acquittal and more on the latest episode of the Lord Help Us podcast:
He also discusses the reaction to his viral piece on the Super Bowl Halftime show which he wrote what he wanted to tell his daughter after having to watch such debauchery. Also, as a long time veteran of the radio industry, he explains why people complaining about Rush Limbaugh’s Medal of Freedom simply don’t know what they are talking about.