Dramatic vote acquits Trump on both articles of impeachment

ABC News’ Mary Bruce weighs in and describes how Congress will move forward after such a divisive process.
1:30 | 02/06/20

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Transcript for Dramatic vote acquits Trump on both articles of impeachment
Very Bruce joins us now and Mary we know that senator Mitch McConnell was the architect of the Republican game plan. There in the senate but you observe something in pristine post acquittal. Get Tom what's fascinating is there's been this question we have repeatedly been asking the Republican leader really for the last several months which is does he think that the president's actions were completely appropriate wasn't that called perfect. As the president has so often claimed and even tonight after this trial is concluded six McConnell was pressed repeatedly and he still refused to say whether he thinks the president. Did anything wrong or not instead he said the senate has made its decision. But as far as he's concerned this matter is in the rearview Mir he added that what comes next now simply up to voters. All right Mary of course the other big moment senator Romney's speech and of course his vote. How are other senators reacting to what senator Romney did and how does he move forward within the Republican Party. Well it certainly was a risky political move and senator Romney acknowledged that but he said ultimately had to do what he felt was right here and then he believed that his Republican colleagues. We're similar a similarly following their own conscience here. The Republican leader was asked about it didn't want to comment on it too much it seems that everyone here understands that Mitt Romney had to do what he felt was best for himself and his voters and of course he as we know was also thinking about how history. We'll judge this moment as well com. Mary Bruce for us tonight Mary can rest to you when your team I know it's been an incredible. Long slog these more than 100 days there are capital the great work by unity we'll see later.

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