“If they’d taken more testimony, maybe they’d have had more information and maybe other senators would have acted appropriately,” Scott said.
When pressed about whether he would have voted to remove the president, Scott noted he isn’t a member of the Senate.
“I believe that the president abused his powers. It’s hard, in some respects for me, because I’m not a supporter,” Scott said. “I didn’t vote for the president, and I don’t believe that he should be in office.”