Pence: ‘We Expect a Bipartisan Vote’ in the Senate to Acquit Trump

‘The only bipartisan vote in the House of Representatives was against the articles of impeachment’

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KILMEADE: "So the other thing is today at 4:00 o’clock. The president — there's going to be a vote on whether the president will be impeached. What do you expect?" 
PENCE: "Well, we expect a bipartisan vote in the United States Senate. You know, the only bipartisan vote in the House of Representatives was against the articles of impeachment. And we expect bipartisan vote in the United States Senate today.”

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