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In a Tuesday interview with “Fox & Friends,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) voiced his wish that once the House sends the articles of impeachment to the Senate, that the GOP-majority Senate dismisses impeachment “right away.”

Jordan said the facts are on President Donald Trump’s side and the truth will prevail.

The article goes on to state the following:

“We’ve already had the most unfair process I’ve ever seen on the House side,” Jordan stated. “Republicans weren’t given subpoena authority, the president had no due process, he couldn’t cross-examine witnesses, Adam Schiff prevented witnesses from answering Republican questions during depositions, so we’ve had the most unfair process I’ve ever seen — you can’t go to the Senate and say, ‘Oh, we’re only going to let the Democrats get the witnesses they want.’ I hope they don’t do that.”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell seemed to nix the idea.

There isn’t enough Republican support in the Senate to hold a vote to immediately dismiss impeachment charges against Trump, McConnell said, according to the Washington Examiner.

“There is literally no sentiment in the Republican conference for the motion to dismiss,” McConnell said after he met with GOP senators privately on Tuesday. “Our members feel we have an obligation to listen to the arguments.”

From the Examiner:

They first want to hear the arguments from impeachment managers and the White House defense team, McConnell said.

McConnell’s comments could clash with White House officials who said they are coordinating with Senate GOP leaders to ensure there is a vote to dismiss the charges, although it’s not clear when in the trial they are seeking the motion.

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