決議は狙いを定めます 10 今年トランプを弾劾することに投票した下院共和党員, オハイオ州議会議員を含む. アンソニー・ゴンザレスと下院で第3位の共和党員, 担当者. ワイオミング州のリズ・チェイニー, Republicans with knowledge of the resolution tell Fox News.
Members of the Ohio Republican Party State Central Committee did not immediately return Fox News’ requests for comment.
The resolution blasts the two impeachment trials of Trump as “meritless, partisan acts driven by retribution.”
It also claims the most recent impeachment in January was “unfairly expedited” and served “no purpose beyond further dividing this country.”
The resolution calls on Republicans to “unify as a party” and uphold the Constitution and “rule of law” before moving to censure the GOP House members who voted “to support the unconstitutional, politically motivated impeachment proceeding against President Donald J. Trump.”
The other eight Republican representatives named in the resolution are Tom Rice of South Carolina, Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, [object Window], Peter Meijer of Michigan, ニューヨークのジョン・カートコ, David Valadao of California, and Jaime Herrera Beutler and Dan Newhouse of Washington.
Other Republican lawmakers have faced censure for their votes during Trump’s impeachment. Both Sens. Bill Cassidy, R-La。, そして リチャード・バー, R-N.C。, were censured by their local Republican parties for casting votes to convict the former president in his February impeachment trial.
その. ミット・ロムニー, R-ユタ, – an outspoken Trump critic – narrowly dodged a censure motion from his state’s Republicans, WHO [object Window] him as he took the stage at the state convention.
The former president’s second impeachment was a swift one stemming from the Jan. 6 国会議事堂の暴動. He was charged with incitement of insurrection.
Trump’s legal team argued his case earlier this year during the former president’s second Senate impeachment trial. Trump was acquitted for a second time, making him the first president to be impeached and acquitted twice.
The House voted to impeach Trump without a hearing on the charges, although the 憲法 does not explicitly require the House to hold a hearing on impeachment articles.