Carleton College political analyst Steven Schier says it’s “not very likely” that former President Trump will be convicted by the U-S Senate when it takes up the House’s impeachment. That’s because 67 votes are required and Schier says…

“You have to convict him if you want to then bar him from running for office again and so the 67 votes really is important if the Senate wants to end the political career, the elective career of Donald Trump.”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell earlier this week called out Trump for “feeding lies” to the mob that stormed the Capitol two weeks ago.