Sensor. Tim Kaine and Suzanne Collins set aside a bipartisan effort to stop former President Trump for his role in the Capitol riot on 6 January for lack of support from both Democratic and Republican.

Kaine, D-Va., Said Tuesday that he would not file his option for impeachment because there is no road to success at this time.

“We don’t have enough support on the part of Republicans because they don’t want to stop Trump from running for office, and I don’t have enough support on the Democratic side, because for most of my colleagues, it’s impeachment or nothing. ., “Cane told pool reporters at the Capitol on Tuesday.

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Cain and Collins, R-Money, proposed a resolution that would condemn Trump and used the 14th Amendment to the Constitution to prevent Trump from holding office again. If Trump is convicted during impeachment, he may face a similar sentence.

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Money, and Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., Proposed a censored motion against former President Trump as an alternative to impeachment.

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Money, and Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., Proposed a censored motion against former President Trump as an alternative to impeachment.

Cane called the censor a reasonable option because he worried that Trump’s impeachment trial would end with a second acquittal. He It is hoped that the censor effort can be revived after the trial of the Feb. 8 trial begins.

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“Maybe Republicans will see some evidence in that trial where they will say … ‘Even though I’m not voting to prove guilty, it’s repulsive.’ Maybe some Democrats will say, “Boys, we’re not guilty of getting votes, we need to do something else,” Cane said.

But as of now, “there is not enough support on both sides,” Kaine said.

Unlike the impeachment sentence, a censored motion would only require the support of 60 senators to remove the threat of a filming and reach the final floor. This means that 10 Republicans would be required to join the Chamber’s Democrats in support of the measure.

Majority Senate Leader Chuck Schumer, DN, left the door open on Tuesday after pleading not guilty to impeachment.

“Anything past that is something we can discuss,” Schumer said. “He Believes, nothing less. “

Granthshala News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.