Report: McConnell to let GOPers vote their conscience on removal

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is telling his Republican colleagues President Trump’s impeachment trial will be a ‘vote of conscience’ – an absence of pressure that effectively allows them to vote guilty.

McConnell has already communicated that he himself has not made up his mind on whether to convict Trump – following reports of his fury after a MAGA mob ransacked the Capitol, with one crowd of invaders stopped steps from McConnell’s leadership office.

‘His message to me was this would clearly be a vote of conscience,’ Montana Republican Sen. Kevin Cramer said. ‘He’s always been respectful of members that way.’