By the Numbers: Where Republican senators stand on removing Trump

The latest ABC News tally of where GOP senators stand on removing the president, and their past loyalties.
0:53 | 01/15/21

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Now that president trumps being impeached for a second time we take a look by the numbers and where Republican lawmakers now stand on conviction and how loyal they've been in the past. Ford GOP senators have suggested that they support removing trump from office senators Pat Toomey Vince asked Lisa Murkowski and Mitt Romney. While eleven Republican senators suggested they'll vote no or that there are leaning toward now. Seven have given neutral responses were said no common among them senate majority leader Mitch McConnell who said he hasn't made a final decision and intends to listen to legal arguments McConnell rarely reviews of president and on policy has voted with him 91% of the time. Yesterday 197. House Republicans voted not to impeach the president this week while ten voted in favor. And finally just 15% of Republican voter support trumps removal according to a new polling average by 530.

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