Here are the House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump

Ten GOP House members joined Democrats in voting to impeach President TrumpDonald TrumpProject Veritas surveilled government officials to expose anti-Trump sentiments: report Cheney: Fox News has 'a particular obligation' to refute election fraud claims The Memo: What now for anti-Trump Republicans? MORE on Wednesday for inciting a riot at the Capitol last week. 

It marks the first time in the country's history that a president has been impeached twice in one term.

It's also the most bipartisan impeachment vote in the nation's history.


Rep. Adam KinzingerAdam Daniel KinzingerTrump critics push new direction for GOP Democrats fundraise off of vote to remove Cheney from GOP leadership Kinzinger on Cheney removal: History will call this 'low point of the Republican Party' MORE (R-Ill.) said he is “in total peace” with his vote even if it costs him his seat. 

Rep. Tom RiceHugh (Tom) Thompson RiceRepublicans who backed Trump impeachment see fundraising boost Trump doubles down on endorsement of South Carolina GOP chair Forget Trump's behavior — let's focus on the GOP and America's future MORE (R-S.C.) was the most conservative of the members who supported the effort.

He said a reasonable person would see Trump's remarks to a crowd before the mob attacked the Capitol as having the potential to lead to violence.

“Under the strict definition of the law, I don’t know if the president’s speech last Wednesday morning amounted to incitement of a riot, but any reasonable person could see the potential for violence,” he said.

Rice also took aim at the president for going after Vice President Pence. 


"I have backed this President through thick and thin for four years. I campaigned for him and voted for him twice. But, this utter failure is inexcusable,” he said in a statement. 

The ten Republicans in the House who voted for Trump's impeachment were House Republican Conference Chair Liz CheneyElizabeth (Liz) Lynn CheneyOvernight Defense: Military sexual assault reform bill has votes to pass in Senate l First active duty service member arrested over Jan. 6 riot l Israeli troops attack Gaza Strip Cheney: Fox News has 'a particular obligation' to refute election fraud claims The Memo: What now for anti-Trump Republicans? MORE (Wyo.) and Reps. Anthony GonzalezAnthony GonzalezCheney set to be face of anti-Trump GOP GOP braces for wild week with momentous vote Ohio GOP censures Republican lawmaker over Trump MORE (Ohio), Jaime Herrera BeutlerJaime Lynn Herrera BeutlerCheney set to be face of anti-Trump GOP Uninvited Trump is specter at GOP retreat McCarthy defends Trump response to deadly Jan. 6 riot MORE (Wash.), John Katko (N.Y.), Kinzinger (Ill.) Peter Meijer (Mich.), Dan Newhouse (Wash.), Rice (S.C.), Fred Upton (Mich.) and David ValadaoDavid Goncalves ValadaoFive takeaways on the House's return to budget earmarks Republicans who backed Trump impeachment see fundraising boost Valadao gives Gaetz donation to victims of abuse MORE (Calif.). 

Multiple Republicans who didn't vote to impeach said they also felt the president’s role in the insurrection — which left five dead, including Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick — warrants repercussions, but took issue with the process and said it would further divide the country.

While House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthyKevin McCarthyRoy to challenge Stefanik for Cheney's old position Stefanik shake-up jump-starts early jockeying for committee posts Why Cheney was toppled, and what it says about the GOP and Trump's claims MORE (R-Calif.) granted members of the conference permission to vote via proxy. Reps. Kay GrangerNorvell (Kay) Kay GrangerStefanik shake-up jump-starts early jockeying for committee posts Republican, Democratic lawmakers urge fully funding US assistance to Israel The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - All US adults can get vaccine; decision Friday on J&J vax MORE (R-Texas), Andy HarrisAndrew (Andy) Peter HarrisGOP doctors in Congress release video urging people to get vaccinated Heated argument erupts after Rep. Mondaire Jones calls GOP objections to DC statehood 'racist trash' Conservative House members call on Senate to oppose ATF nominee MORE (R-Md.), Greg Murphy (R-N.C.) and Daniel WebsterDaniel Alan WebsterMellman: A Republican betrayal Bottom line Republican senators and courage MORE (R-Fla.) did not partake in the vote.