"I think they [the Senate] should hear the testimony that they can get," Congressman Francis Rooney said.
The presidents lawyers argued that House Democrats had carried out "a dangerous perversion of the Constitution that the Senate should swiftly and roundly condemn."
"They are not articles of impeachment. The articles of impeachment are two non-criminal actions," the retired Harvard law professor argued.
"Political courage might require a Republican Senator to risk his or her own political future by breaking lockstep from the President," Jack Schlossberg wrote in a Twitter thread.
"It's also pretty damn cowardly. Imagine being this afraid," S.E. Cupp said.
"[Trump] would kind of mix up both the impeachment issue as well as the attack on Soleimani," Representative Raja Krishnamoorthi said.
Chip Roy instructed House Speaker Pelosi how to walk from the House of Representatives to the Senate in a video expressing GOP frustration at her weeks-long decision to hold onto the articles of impeachment.
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Andrew Napolitano cited "new emails of people getting instructions directly from the president to hold up on the sending of the [military] funds [to Ukraine]."
The Senate minority leader said he wants the Senate and the American people to "hear all the evidence."
"You truly represent what news media should be about," the congressman told Fox host Maria Bartiromo.
"It's a set up, it's a horrible thing they did," the president said.
A final verdict in impeachment cannot "extend further than to removal from office, and disqualification to hold" office.
"During that sham trial, Pontius Pilate afforded more rights to Jesus than Democrats afforded this president in this process," Congressman Barry Loudermilk argued Wednesday.
In the wake of Donald Trump's impeachment by the House of Representatives this week, social media has exploded with memes and image reactions. Even the president got in on the action.
The independent congressman from Michigan was elected as a Republican, but formally withdrew from the political party in July.
"It would be a horror show for him," Trump told Fox News in 2014.
"In the House, we had, I think, 38 members of the Democratic party vote to open the [impeachment] inquiry [against Clinton]," Joe Lockhart noted.
"The conduct of [Mitch McConnell] in this impeachment trial is corrupt and partisan beyond the pale," Richard W. Painter tweeted.
"I think it is the responsibility of the American people to hold these senators accountable," the congresswoman from Minnesota said.
"You can't hide from history," S.E. Cupp warned.
"They do not agree with" Trump and "think that the course that he is on is wrong for America," Rep. Denny Heck said
"Why in God's name is any Democrat trying to lower the bar?" Representative Sean Maloney asked.
Hill wrote that it was her own decision to step down following the scandal involving nude photos of her that were published without her consent.
"He's a base politician. He doesn't know how to turn this around," Douglas Brinkley assessed.
Support for impeaching and removing Trump is less substantial and more partisan than it was during Richard Nixon's presidency.
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"Members of the Senate have said, 'I understand everything there is about this case, and I won't vote to impeach the president.' Please allow the facts to do the talking," Graham said in 1998.
"We know that it's completely impeachable and completely illegal," the former White House communications director said in reference to Trump's actions towards Ukraine.