US Senate acquits Trump, failing to gather enough votes for conviction

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In his second impeachment trial, ex-president Donald Trump has been acquitted by the senate, with 43 senators against impeachment and 57 voting for, 10 votes short of the two-thirds majority needed to convict him of inciting last month’s riot at the Capitol.

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