Senate Votes To Acquit President Trump, Ending Historic Impeachment Trial Senators voted mostly along party lines this afternoon to acquit President Trump on two articles of impeachment. The White House called President Trump's acquittal a "full vindication and exoneration." But in a surprise decision, Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, joined Democrats to vote "guilty" on Article I.

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Senate Votes To Acquit President Trump, Ending Historic Impeachment Trial

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Senate Votes To Acquit President Trump, Ending Historic Impeachment Trial

Senate Votes To Acquit President Trump, Ending Historic Impeachment Trial

Senate Votes To Acquit President Trump, Ending Historic Impeachment Trial

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Senators voted mostly along party lines this afternoon to acquit President Trump on two articles of impeachment. The White House called President Trump's acquittal a "full vindication and exoneration." But in a surprise decision, Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, joined Democrats to vote "guilty" on Article I.

This episode, White House correspondent Tamara Keith, congressional correspondent Susan Davis, and senior political editor and correspondent Ron Elving.

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