"President Trump is no longer president, and guess what the chief justice is not presiding. So I don't believe there is a constitutional grounds to do this for a departed president. I call on Biden, stop this nonsense. We need to keep moving the country forward."
The best part of the back and forth was when Ingraham asked Rep. Rosendale if the GOP "should leave the populist, conservative, America-first position and move back to the Bush-Cheney internationalism and wars of first choice or pre-emption."
Montana’s senior Senator Jon Tester had his turn at the microphone on Tuesday to tell his fellow Senators about how he would vote on the articles of impeachment for President Donald Trump, and left no doubt of his intentions.