Just one day after voting to impeach Trump, the 10 Republicans who sided against him have endured both physical and political threats.
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One in five Republicans surveyed were in favor of Hawley’s resignation, while a majority of self-identified independents and a supermajority of Democrats were also in favor.
Unlike President Trump's first impeachment, this one was supported by several House Republicans.
Despite all the fighting, there has always been an undercurrent of bipartisanship on the Hill—but Democrats say for Republicans who carried Trump's water post-riots, that is over.
The articles could receive a vote on the House floor as soon as Monday. If passed, Trump would be the first president to be impeached twice.