"I think it's important that we have elected leaders who are not thinking solely about what's in their individual self-interest," Meijer said.
Giuliani said he plans to present unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud, even though his attempts in court thus far have been unsuccessful.
"I deeply regret my blindness to that perception, and for that I am sorry," Sen. James Lankford said of voter fraud claims in majority Black areas.
Of the 1,059 respondents, 55% said the trial should happen before Trump's term ends, though they differed on the timing of a conviction vote.
The Democratic rush to back Joe Biden's COVID-19 stimulus plan is a far cry from the Republican quarrels during negotiations over the holidays.
Nixon resigned in 1974 after the House Judiciary Committee voted to start impeachment proceedings against him for his role in the Watergate Scandal.
The president feels his advisors let him down and aren't defending him enough, CNN and The Washington Post reported.
"And now I sadly, heartbroken over what this means to the country, over a president who incited insurrection, will sign the article of impeachment," Pelosi said.
A number of Republican senators have also signaled openness to holding the president accountable for sparking a deadly Capitol siege.
Multiple Republicans said they will join Democratic lawmakers in impeaching Trump after he incited a violent Capitol insurrection.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is also talking to GOP colleagues about whether he should ask Trump to resign, The New York Times reports.
"The President of the United States summoned this mob, assembled the mob, and lit the flame of this attack," Cheney said in a statement.
Trump has expressed no regret for the speech he made inciting the deadly mob that breached the Capitol building last Wednesday.
Calls to remove Trump from office have grown since the deadly Capitol siege and are coming from Democratic and Republican lawmakers.
"We are ready to install a new government," Sen. Joe Manchin said. "If I was Joe Biden, I'd want to be able to put my government together."
Her remarks are the latest signal in growing calls for impeachment proceedings ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's Inauguration Day.
GOP state and federal lawmakers stand accused of emboldening domestic terrorists. One state lawmaker has resigned as others have been called to step down.
"There are people in our country, led by this president, for the moment, who have chosen their whiteness over democracy," she said.
Brian D. Sicknick was struck over the head with a rioter's fire extinguisher after Trump incited supporters to attack the Capitol.
The president has been facing calls for impeachment after a mob of his supporters ransacked the US Capitol this week.