What Role Does the Senate Have in the Impeachment Process?

Answer

According to the Constitution, the Senate has the power to try impeachments. During a trial, the Senate Chamber is the courtroom with the Senate as both judge and jury. To convict, two-thirds of the Senate must vote as such.
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