Sen. Joe Manchin, the moderate West Virginia Democrat, told CNN that he's "very much torn" about whether to vote to convict President Trump on both counts.
"We have a divided country. On the other hand, we have equal branch of governments, responsibilities in the Constitution. There are a lot of things at stake here. The future of our country. And the future of how we're able to do our business depends on how we handle this."
He added: "I'm very much torn on it. I think it weighs on everybody."
He said that he thinks the Senate should hear from witnesses like Mick Mulvaney and Rudy Giuliani — and also said: "I don't have a problem with Hunter Biden" testifying. "That's all a part of this."