While seven Republicans in the Senate crossed party lines to convict former President Trump, the majority of the party, including Leader McConnell who delivered a scathing rebuke of the former President and his role in the insurrection, voted to acquit him. Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield joins to discuss what the vote reveals about the party and its potential future.
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