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Biden's polling is steadier than Trump's

• Democrats turn to Biden's agenda after impeachment trial • Analysis: Our first glimpse of Biden's presidential salesmanship • Biden faces the $1.9 trillion question: Is it too much?

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GOP chaos is a big gift to Democrats

The acquittal of Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial speaks volumes about the moral fiber of the Republican senators who refused to abandon him. Even more, it shows how the former President, despite his political toxicity, still has a stranglehold on the Republican Party.

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For Trump, accountability is still possible

The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump may have ended with an acquittal on Saturday, but Trump's trials and tribulations are far from over. This fact should trouble the former president but comfort those who believe the powerful shouldn't evade accountability.

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Biden makes his first trip as President to Wisconsin

President Joe Biden, no longer encumbered by his predecessor's impeachment trial and eager to seize the national spotlight, will bring the case for his massive coronavirus relief plan to the country on Tuesday when he participates in a CNN town hall at 9 p.m. ET in Milwaukee.

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This show is where 'Schitt's Creek' meets soccer

February is often brutal, but this one's off the charts. Americans are collectively hitting the pandemic wall and just endured the terrifying and deflating impeachment trial, while residents of multiple states are facing spine-cracking temperatures and ravaging winter storms.

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Keilar: Rand Paul may have clapped for officer, but he didn't do this

CNN's Brianna Keilar reports that though Sen. Rand Paul did stand and clap for Officer Eugene Goodman during former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial, despite being criticized on social media for not doing so, he was the only senator during the trial not wearing a mask.

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Opinion: What Biden should do now about Trump

President Joe Biden should follow his own sage advice from the statement he released hours after the "not guilty" vote by 43 Republican senators in Donald Trump's impeachment trial led to his acquittal. Biden implored us to be vigilant in protecting our "fragile" democracy and noted that "each of us has a duty and responsibility as Americans, and especially as leaders, to defend the truth and to defeat the lies."

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Burr faces censure by North Carolina GOP for voting to convict Trump

The North Carolina Republican Party will meet Monday to vote on whether to censure Sen. Richard Burr for his vote to convict former President Donald Trump during his second impeachment trial -- a move that would make him the latest GOP senator to be reprimanded by his state party for siding with Democrats in the trial.

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Sen. Graham: Lara Trump the 'future of the Republican party'

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) spoke out against Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) for voting to convict former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial. CNN's Fredricka Whitfield and Executive Director of Stand Up Republic Evan McMullin discuss.

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Analysis: Is the GOP's extremist wing now too big to fail?

Congressional Republicans have crystallized an ominous question by rejecting consequences for Donald Trump over the January 6 riot in his impeachment trial and welcoming conspiracy theorist Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia into their caucus: Has the extremist wing of the GOP coalition grown too big for the party to confront?

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'SNL' takes on Trump's impeachment acquittal

The Senate acquitted former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial Saturday, and "Saturday Night Live" made sure to lampoon the day's proceedings using their own Tucker Carlson.

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Opinion: This was no triumph for Trump

There was never a doubt that former President Donald Trump would escape conviction in his latest impeachment trial. The "jurors" were, after all, politicians. And in a 50-50 Senate, the constitutional bar of 67 votes was never achievable. Not in these bitterly polarized times.

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Read McConnell's remarks after acquittal

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell delivered remarks from the Senate floor on Saturday after a historic vote to acquit former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial.

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