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Senate impeachment trial likely after Biden sworn in; McConnell undecided on vote

WASHINGTON – While the House impeached President Donald Trump on Wednesday, the Senate trial likely won’t start until after he leaves office.The Se

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WASHINGTON – While the House impeached President Donald Trump on Wednesday, the Senate trial likely won’t start until after he leaves office.

The Senate is currently on a recess break and is set to reconvene Tuesday – one day before Joe Biden’s inauguration. Democrats have been hopeful in immediately moving forward on a trial to argue the president is guilty of inciting an insurrection. But they were blocked by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who told fellow Republicans on Wednesday that he was undecided whether to vote to convict Trump in the pending trial.

The Kentucky Republican, in a statement after the House impeached Trump, said the Senate trial would not be rushed and concluded, “There is simply no chance that a fair or serious trial could conclude before President-elect Biden is sworn in next week.”

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