Trump Impeachment Trial: Senate Set to Vote Today

By Jhoana T. Merino-Martinez

News Editor

Going onto day five of the second Trump impeachment trial, the Senate is now expected to vote on a verdict today, CNN reports

Today when the Senate begins the session at 10 a.m., it will become clear whether the Senate will begin to vote on whether former President Donald Trump incited the siege on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6, stated the Washington Post. 

The voting process is said to go forward should no witnesses be called, and while senators from both parties don’t expect any, the decision is still unclear. 

Throughout the duration of the trial so far, several video evidence from the Capitol Hill riot has been unearthed and used to clarify the timeline of Trump’s actions leading up to the accused incitement of the siege, of which CNN compiled

While divided and some rooting for polar opposing sides, the nation holds their breath for this nail-biting decision all the same. 

COVID-19 Numbers

The following is the latest COVID-19 cases for yesterday and today. 

There were 3,732 new positive COVID-19 cases in New Jersey bringing the state’s total to 740,062 with 379 new cases in Bergen County.

Sat. 2/13/2021Fri. 2/12/2021
New Jersey740,062736,330
Bergen County71,75271,373

*Numbers according to Google Statistics.

Stay tuned for more daily news updates tomorrow at 10 a.m. 

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