George Conway Had the Perfect Response After New Poll Shows Susan Collins Losing to Her Democratic Rival Among Key Constituencies
Susan Collins's Democratic Challenger Perfectly Slams Collins for Saying Trump 'Learned a Lesson' From Impeachment
Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) continues to face bipartisan backlash for her votes during the Senate's impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
Republicans railed against Collins for voting to hear additional witnesses in the trial, but it was her vote to acquit the President—and her defense for doing so—that gave her Democratic Senate challenger the perfect ammo.
Reporter Asks Trump What Lesson He Learned From His Impeachment, and His Response Is About as Trump as It Gets
It's been one week since President Donald Trump was acquitted by the Republican-dominated Senate on both articles of impeachment against him.
All but one Republican—Senator Mitt Romney of Utah—voted to acquit the President.
Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) claimed that impeachment taught Trump a lesson and that removal from office was too extreme.
Susan Collins Tried to Walk Back Her Claim that Trump Learned His Lesson and Her Clarification Is Peak Susan Collins
Maine GOP Senator Susan Collins—desperate to save face and halt plummeting approval numbers—attempted to justify voting as directed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to acquit in the presidential impeachment trial.
But apparently President Donald Trump never got the memo.
Susan Collins Defends Her Acquittal Vote By Claiming Trump Learned 'a Pretty Big Lesson' From Impeachment and People Can't Even
Maine Senator Susan Collins gained a reputation as a moderate Republican while serving as a junior Senator with well respected true moderate Senator Olympia Snowe.
When Maine's senior Senator retired after issuing a scathing rebuke of the direction the GOP was going, Collins became Maine's senior Senator.
CNN Issues Brutal Fact Check of Susan Collins' Bizarrely Dismissive Comments About New Evidence Against Trump
UPDATE: Six Republican Senators Break Ranks With Trump and Vote to Re-Open the Government Without Border Wall Funding
UPDATE: the U.S. Senate voted on 2 competing proposals to re-open the government this afternoon. The first, which would fund President Donald Trump's border wall, failed by a vote of 50-47. The second, which was a Democratic proposal to fund the government for 2 weeks without any money for the border wall, failed 52-44, including 6 Republicans who voted Yes including Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN), Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO), Senator Johnny Isakson (R-GA), Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT.)
Despite claims by President Donald Trump that Republicans are completely in support of both his border wall and his government shutdown, GOP members of Congress indicate otherwise. The only GOP member of the House to represent a district along the Mexican border called Trump's wall the "most expensive and least effective" form of border security; Republican members of the House supported a bill that failed to fund the border wall; and now three Republican Senators announced they would also support reopening the government without funding Trump's wall.