But McConnell said he voted against conviction because he believes it's unconstitutional to impeach a former president.
Some are already feeling the repercussions.
When Republican Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska - who also voted to convict Mr Trump on Saturday - was threatened with censure by his state party for criticising the former president, he suggested it was down to a cult of personality.
Burr initially voted against the trial's constitutionality, but said he resolved to be an "impartial juror" once the full Senate chose to proceed. Bill Cassidy was censured by the Louisiana Republican Party on Saturday after he also cast a guilty vote in the trial - a rebuke the senator later brushed off, saying he was elected to "uphold an oath to support and defend the Constitution". While there was bipartisan support to convict the former president, the tally was 10 votes shy of the 67 needed to convict Trump.
Forty-three Republican senators on Saturday voted to acquit former President Donald Trump of inciting a violent insurrection, but a new poll released Monday shows that almost three out of five Americans think the Senate should have convicted Trump for his role in the assault on the U.S. Capitol. Walker, 51, represented North Carolina's 6th district in the House of Representatives from 2015 until 2021, stepping down to run for Burr's Senate seat. Richard Burr (R-NC) on Monday night. And 43 Republican members chose Trump.
"If you want to get something off your chest, fine, but I'm into winning", he added later in the interview.
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Jessica Ramos (D-Queens). "We need to utilize our leverage to hold (Cuomo) accountable and fight for justice for these families ". I expect the Department and administration to promptly fulfill all future information requests from the legislature.
"The President bears responsibility for these tragic events", Burr said last week in a statement.
Dozens of former Republican officials, disillusioned by the party's failure to stand up to Mr Trump, have held talks to form a new centre-right party, though multiple congressional Republicans rejected the idea. And I said, 'Mr.
They said he has met with political aides to discuss efforts to help Republicans try to take control of the House and Senate in the 2022 midterms elections.
"After the American public sees the whole story laid out here".