Trump’s future in question as Democrats turn focus to pandemic

Former U.S. president Donald Trump was acquitted on Saturday in his second impeachment trial, but seven Republicans split with their party to convict him of inciting the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, signalling the GOP is at a crossroads.

While Republicans recognize Trump is still popular with the base of the party, with Trump still facing the potential of criminal prosecution now that he is out of office and even the top Republican in the country, Sen. Mitch McConnell, saying he was "practically and morally" responsible for invoking the riot, what happens next for Trump is still in question.

Meanwhile, Democrats are moving on from the trial and are turning their focus to the COVID-19 pandemic and passing President Joe Biden’s coronavirus relief package. Jennifer Johnson explains.

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