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Mitt Romney's Full Speech On Voting To Convict And Remove Donald Trump

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Mitt Romneyvoted to convict and remove Donald Trump from office. Mitt Romney is the first Republican to break from his party and announce that he will be voting for removal.This is a short and powerful speech by Senator Mitt Romney explaining why he decided to vote to convict Trump. He knew that he was breaking ranks. He knew he would anger many in his party. He voted his conscience. "Conscience over party. Remarkable." This is worth hearing. It only takes 4 minutes.

 

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For much of American history, Congress would have reined in a reckless president, even if he were in the same party as congressional leaders. Congress certainly would have insisted on hearing from impeachment witnesses with crucial information. Every single Senate impeachment trial before the current one all 15 , for lower-level officials as well as both Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton included witnesses.

But the current Republican Party cares more about holding on to power than anything else. In service of this goal, the party has even fought democracy, be it preventing American citizens from voting, changingthe rules for Supreme Court nominations, stripping authority from incoming governors or running an impeachment trial unconcerned with facts.?" Link.

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