It’s official, the senators voted on the two articles of impeachment, and the result is what we all expected: President Trump is not guilty!

The first vote on the article alleging the president abused his power ended in 52-48. 48 senators and one Republican — Utah Senator Mitt Romney — voted to acquit Trump.

The senators voted 53-47 against the second article, alleging obstruction of Congress. 53 Republican senators found President Trump not guilty, and the remaining 47 voted to convict him.

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) doubts that the Democrats will be able to move on from this, and predicted Trump will be reelected in November.

“This partisan-driven impeachment has done injury to the office of the presidency and was an injustice to President Trump. As I said after the Clinton impeachment trial, the Senate has spoken and the cloud over the presidency has been removed. I meant it then and mean it now,” Graham tweeted.

“Unfortunately, I doubt my Democratic colleagues, who are being driven by unlimited hatred of President Trump, have the ability to move on. The President was acquitted today by the Senate and will be exonerated by the American people in November when he is reelected to a 2nd term,” added Graham.

President Trump announced he will be making a public statement on Thursday at noon from the White House.

“I will be making a public statement tomorrow at 12:00pm from the @WhiteHouse to discuss our Country’s VICTORY on the Impeachment Hoax!”

Trump had a little fun by trolling his adversaries after the official announcement.


The president tweeted another gem clip by Carpedonktum that featured clips from the State of the Union address.


Hashtag #Acquitted and #acquittedforlife trended Wednesday.

“Acquitted for life!” said Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) as he ripped up the articles of impeachment, mimicking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.