The Senate will vote Saturday on the impeachment of former President Trump, with enough Republicans likely to stick by their former leader to ensure a not-guilty vote, sources told The Post.
Though the Senate is effectively controlled by Democrats, a conviction would require a two-thirds majority — or 67 senators. Procedural votes this week suggest only a handful of Republicans will join their Democratic colleagues to convict.
Proceedings are expected to begin at 10 this morning. Both sides will be given two hours to present their closing arguments to the chamber.
A final vote is expected around 3 p.m., though an exact timeline is unclear. House impeachment managers could call witnesses, potentially dragging out the process into the evening.
The trial will be carried on all major TV news networks, and will also be available for streaming through C-SPAN, PBS and YouTube.
All Democrats are expected to vote for conviction, with a handful of Republicans likely to jump ship,
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