Wednesday, the Senate cast its final vote regarding the impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump, where he was acquitted of all charges and will remain in office until the end of his term. President Trump stands as the third president to go under impeachment trials with Andrew Johnson in 1868 and Bill Clinton in 1998.
The House impeached Trump on Dec. 18 over allegations regarding inviting foegin include into the 2020 election. It was claimed that he urged Ukraine to collect information on a Democratic presidential candidate, Vice President Joe Biden.
With the end of the trial, the Senate voted 52 to 48 not guilty for the first article of impeachment and 53 to 47 not guilty for the second article of impeachment. The first article of impeachment he was acquitted for was abuse of power and the second article was obstruction of justice.
Despite the trials, the President still plans on running for office in 2020. His next rally is scheduled for Feb. 10 in Manchester, NH.