The Cook Political Report's Amy Walter discusses why President Biden's popular policies haven't translated to popularity among voters.
The impeachment trial of Donald Trump came to a close on Wednesday with a verdict of not guilty. The senators voted along party lines, with the exception of Mitt Romney, who broke with his party and voted to convict the president on the charge of abuse of power.
Though the president delivered his State of the Union speech the day before the vote, he already knew he would be acquitted. While he did not acknowledge impeachment specifically in the address, it allowed Trump to begin the victory lap the White House had long hoped for.
The impeachment, which started in the fall, became the most salient example of how divisive our politics have become under President Tump. So, now that this process is over, what did we learn?….and what will the political ramifications be as we move into the presidential election season?
Norman Ornstein of the American Enterprise institute joins Diane.
- Norman Ornstein Resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute; co-author of "It's Even Worse Than It Looks: How the American Constitutional System Collided With the New Politics of Extremism"
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