North Carolina GOP To Vote On Censuring Sen. Richard Burr
Burr was among 7 Republicans to vote to convict Donald Trump during his second impeachment trial.
North Carolina's Republican party will vote tonight on whether to censure Sen. Richard Burr.
Burr voted to convict Donald Trump during his second impeachment trial.
Earlier Burr voted that the trial was unconstitutional, but said he would remain impartial once the trial got underway.
The North Carolina GOP calls his decision shocking and disappointing.
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