During an appearance on Fox News, the Senate majority leader said he doesn't plan to pass the bills that are currently in the Senate.
The retired general defended Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman saying he "did exactly what we teach them to do from cradle to grave."
55 percent of registered voters say the acquittal does not clear Trump of any wrongdoing in the Ukraine matter, while 40 percent said it did.
The president's approval rating has been steadily increasing for months.
Harrison was "deeply troubled" by the affiliate's error in judgment but said he appreciated the apology's sincerity.
Two U.S. senators proposed separate legislation that would change rules governing the impeachment of government officials, after impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump ended in acquittal by the Senate.
"Most of his colleagues are not going to be particularly happy with him," said the former Republican senator.
"Romney just could not avert his eyes from the fact that this president had...abused his power as commander in chief," The Salt Lake Tribune's editorial board wrote.
"The president has taken an oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution," former judge Andrew Napolitano wrote. "Instead, he has trashed it."
"The Ingraham Angle" host said of Utah senator's vote against Donald Trump in his impeachment trial: "You committed a fraud on the people of Utah on the Republican Party."
Today's vote will drive further concerns about the Senate's disproportionality and ability to adequately represent a fast-changing America.
Romney acknowledged during his remarks that his decision will likely be "vehemently denounced" by the GOP.
"Do you remember America?" the video asked at the end.
President Donald Trump, impeached with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, still has a net negative approval rating.
Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Lisa Murkowski have jointly introduced a bill intended to strengthen the enforcement of hate crimes laws.
Martha McSally argued that a vote to remove Trump would be an effort to "decapitate" the government ahead of the 2020 election.
"There will never, ever have been an American president with the power that Donald Trump possesses right now in this moment," Steve Schmidt argued.
GOP Senator Lisa Murkowski said Monday that she would vote to acquit President Donald Trump. "I cannot vote to acquit," Murkowski told the Senate.
From Miami and New York to Los Angeles and Seattle, the protests will stretch to all four corners of the continental United States.
"Maybe not the perfect call," Senator Joni Ernst said.
"On Election Day, as a citizen I will allow that to enter into my decision who to vote for," the legal scholar told Fox News Sunday.
"I think Susan Collins probably got in more of a jam than anybody else," conservative radio host Howie Carr told 'Fox & Friends.'
"Hey hey, ho ho, Susan Collins has to go," the best-selling author tweeted.
Voters are also dissatisfied with the way Republicans in Congress have conducted themselves during the impeachment process.
Jeffrey Toobin, CNN's chief legal analyst, said the fact that Republican senators chose not to hear from Trump's former national security advisor John Bolton was "an absolute travesty."
Democrats hoped four swing Republicans would back witnesses, but only two came on board as the Senate voted 51-49 against new evidence.
Senate Chaplain Barry Black opened Friday's impeachment trial against President Donald Trump with a plea to God that senators remember "that they alone are accountable to you for their conduct."
Joseph Bondy, attorney for Lev Parnas, sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Friday, asking that his client be allowed to testify in the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.