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Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who spoke with Mr Trump on Saturday night local time, acknowledged that Mr Trump is "mad at some folks", but also "ready to move on and rebuild the Republican Party" and "excited about 2022".
"I said, "Mr president, this MAGA (Make America Great Again) movement needs to continue".
Burr announced in 2016 when reelected that he would not seek another term in 2022.
The inability of congressional Democrats to persuade even 10 of their Republican counterparts in the Senate to vote to convict Trump for inciting a deadly insurrection was viewed by progressive lawmakers and activists, as Common Dreams reported over the weekend, as further evidence for why the majority party must eliminate the legislative filibuster to have any chance of enacting its agenda on voting rights, climate, and other crucial issues. Conversely, no prosecution should ever be rejected for political reasons either - such as hoping that by not prosecuting a political figure it will foster more "unity".
"If you want to get something off your chest, fine, but I'm into winning", he added later in the interview.
He said that his vote against conviction was based on a technicality that under the Constitution Trump could not be impeached by the House of Representatives and tried by the Senate because he was out of office, according to IANS.
"I have listened to the arguments presented by both sides and considered the facts".
To that end, the most effective way Biden can defend our fragile democracy is by calling for a full criminal investigation into the role Donald Trump played in the January 6 attack on our Capitol. Toomey was censured by five GOP chapters in his state over his vote to convict Trump. The state Republican central committee is expected to consider at least eight separate resolutions to censure him when it meets next month.