Bipartisan vote to impeach Trump sets up different tone for the Senate trial

NBC's Garrett Haake discusses how the bipartisan nature of the vote to impeach President Trump for the second time will set up a different tone as the Senate deals with both the new administration and the president's trial.

1/14/2021 1:32:00 PM

'Nixon didn't have 10 votes against from his own party, I don't believe. I know certainly Bill Clinton didn't. And that's going to set up the Senate trial in a way that will be completely different from the first impeachment,' GarrettHaake reports.

NBC's Garrett Haake discusses how the bipartisan nature of the vote to impeach President Trump for the second time will set up a different tone as the Senate deals with both the new administration and the president's trial.

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GarrettHaake We'll never know how many Republicans vote Nixon would have got. He resigned 3 days before the House vote on his impeachment after Goldwater informed him that he would be convicted in the Senate if he let the House impeach him. GarrettHaake Nixon wasn't impeached. GarrettHaake Let’s hope so!

GarrettHaake GarrettHaake I slept better last night than in a long while. GarrettHaake GarrettHaake SenateGOP move quick show the nation the world you may not like the results but it works for the good of the people .They need to bring the party back ... ( Now ) they have lost more then control