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Political Science Expert Breaks Down Former President Trump’s Acquittal

Trump stands as the only president in U.S. history to be impeached twice in the House and acquitted by the Senate.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — As former president Trump is acquitted of charges in causing insurrection at the U.S. capitol. A Political science expert breaks down what’s next for the country. “You had a president that two times activated the party in the majority of the house, the Democratic party that they felt compelled by his actions to go through impeachment…

Cramer: ‘Stop this process right now’

NORTH DAKOTA SENATOR WANTS IMPEACHMENT TRIAL HALTED

WASHINGTON (KVRR) – Sen. Kevin Cramer is among the Republicans who say the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is unconstitutional. “We should stop this process right now” Cramer said. “A plain reading of the Constitution makes it obvious what we began today is an inappropriate use of the impeachment process, and the vast majority of Republicans agree.” The…

Sen. Cramer reacts to idea of Biden possibly pardoning President Trump

WASHINGTON – Should President-Elect Biden consider pardoning President Trump in the interest of the nation? Senator Kevin Cramer was asked if that would be a good idea. “Wow. I hadn’t thought about that. Here’s what I do think. I think Joe Biden has a wonderful opportunity to play the pastoral role really. Nobody has that opportunity like the President of…

LIVE: What Led To Rioters Storming U.S. Capitol

Will Tensions Escalate From Here Or Calm Down?

  FARGO, N.D. – MSUM Political Science Professor Dr. Barbara Headrick examines what led to the violent riots in Washington, D.C. Wednesday, and how they might impact our country moving forward. Categories: Morning – In The Studio Tags: D.C., Donald Trump, Dr. Barbara Headrick, JOE BIDEN, MSUM, politics, U.S. Capitol, Washington

LIVE: Breaking Down Minnesota’s Big Races

MSUM Political Science Professor Dr. Barbara Headrick Goes Over Peterson, Smith, Trump And More

  Even after winning 15 straight elections in Minnesota’s seventh congressional district, one local political expert says it’s not surprising Collin Peterson is facing the end of his congressional career today. Former State Senator and Lieutenant Governor Michelle Fischbach beat Peterson by nearly 14 percent. MSUM Political Science Professor Dr. Barbara Headrick says people smarter than her predicted Fischbach would…