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Mitt Romney Reveals He Did Not Vote For Trump [Video]

Mitt Romney Reveals He Did Not Vote For Trump

Senator Mitt Romney of Utah said on Wednesday that he did not cast a ballot for Trump. He was sharing a bit about his 2020 presidential election choice, according to Business Insider. Romney was a..

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Zelensky replaces PM in second government shake-up in a month

While the world remembers the comedian-turned-president mostly for his central role in Trump's impeachment, at home his administration has been under turmoil.
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Republicans tried to stop Trump firing impeachment witness

The senators were concerned that it would look bad for Trump to dismiss the decorated war veteran, but the President defended the decision, declaring him "very insubordinate".
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Trump's impeachment acquittal leaves potential land mines for White House

Important evidence surrounding Trump's dealings with Ukraine still could emerge as the President seeks re-election.
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What the Trump impeachment acquittal will cost you

Trump's disregard for the law should be of deep concern to citizens of democracies everywhere, including in Australia.
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US President Donald Trump acquitted of all impeachment charges

The US Senate has acquitted Donald Trump of two articles of impeachment. Mitt Romney was the only Republican to vote to convict the president of abuse of power.
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Watch: US Senate has voted to acquit Donald Trump of impeachment charges

The US Senate is delivering its verdict on US President Donald Trump 's impeachment charges.
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Mitt Romney breaks ranks to find Donald Trump guilty in impeachment trial

Republican Mitt Romney has declared he will break ranks to vote against Donald Trump in his impeachment trial.
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Donald Trump set for impeachment acquittal

US President Donald Trump is expected to be exonerated from impeachment after an almost three-week Senate trial.
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Mitch McConnell accuses Democrats of 'abuse of power' during closing statement on Trump impeachment

A day before the Senate is expected to acquit President Donald Trump in his impeachment trial, the chamber's top Republican exhorted senators to clear Trump and stop Democrats' "factional fever" from..
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'Let's turn the page': US Senate votes against Trump trial witnesses

The US Senate has voted against calling witnesses and collecting new evidence in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, clearing the way for his likely acquittal in the coming days.
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US Senate votes against calling witnesses in Donald Trump's impeachment trial

By a vote of 51-49, the Republican-controlled Senate has stopped a Democrats push to hear from witnesses in the impeachment trial of US President Donald Trump.
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Bolton and Pompeo should testify at Trump impeachment trial

Donald Trump has defined orthodoxy in his own image and anyone who objects faces destruction - or so political wisdom has it. Enter John Bolton.
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'Impeachment is hell': Trump's celebrity lawyers mount their defence

Kenneth Starr's arguments against Donald Trump's impeachment infuriated Democrats given his role leading the charge to remove Bill Clinton.
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Calls grow for former national security adviser John Bolton to testify in impeachment trial

Pressure increases on Republicans to call former US national security advisor John Bolton as a witness in Donald Trump's impeachment trial after new revelations about Ukraine.
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