There have been two interesting developments in the last 24 hours. The first is the news that 45 Republican senators voted that the entire concept of trying President Donald Trump for impeachment when he wasn’t in office was inappropriate and unconstitutional. To his credit, Republican Leader Mitch McConnell stayed with his team and voted with the group. This means it’s almost certain President Trump will not be tried. Second, a federal district judge upheld a Texas attorney general lawsuit blocking the Biden administration from suspending all deportations for the next hundred days. This is a huge decision because Biden's particular effort would protect about 45,000 people in the country illegally who’ve been convicted or charged with crimes from deportation. So, we'll see what happens. It was only a 14-day stay, but the fact that Biden got pushed back on his deportation plan on the same day the Democrats’ impeachment effort suffered a big defeat -- I thought it was worth noting and sharing with you. – Newt Transcript: There have been two really interesting developments in the last 24 hours and the emergence of this new Biden administration. The bigger one of course is the 45 Republican senators voted that the entire concept of trying President Trump was inappropriate and unconstitutional and supported a point of order that had been brought by Senator Rand. Paul. Now, since the Democrats have to get 17 Republicans to join them, the fact that only five even thought that it was constitutional to bring it up, tells you that that's impossible. And to his credit, the Republican leader of the Senate, Mitch McConnell stayed with his team and voted no on bringing it up. So that was a huge moment means almost inevitably, President Trump either will not be tried, which would be the smart thing, or will in fact win the case. So that was, I thought amazing. At the same time, the federal district judge upheld a Texas attorney general lawsuit blocking the Biden administration from suspending all deportations for the next hundred days, which is a huge decision that particular effort by Biden would leave about 45,000 convicted or charged with criminal charges in the United States who otherwise would be deported. So, we'll see what happens. It was only a 14 day stay, but the fact that on the very same day Biden got pushed back on his deportation plan. You know, the Democrats suffered a big defeat in the Senate on the effort to go after President Trump. I thought that was really worth noting and sharing with you.