For those who aren't up to date, Trump was impeached a second time by the House of Representatives on account of inciting the insurrection. Even though he's out of the White House, the Senate trial can still vote to convict or acquit him. If he's convicted, he'll be the first president in US history to be "removed" from office. The main consequence of this is that he will be barred from holding public office ever again, preventing a second term possibility in 2024.Ko9 wrote:He can still run - he is not out for good.
In order for the Senate to convict, they need to do so by a 2/3rds majority, which will require somewhere around 15 Republican senators to be on board. It's uncertain how many will vote to remove him at this point.