https://www.businessinsider.com/tru...t-more-votes-against-than-anyone-else-2019-12 So yesterday, I put the over/under on Democratic No votes at 5.5. The result was under at 2.5 (counting Golden as 0.5). And perhaps you could go up by another 0.5 if you count Tulsi Gabbard's "Present" vote (seriously, wtf). But apparently the 230 "yes" vote total is also the most raw impeachment votes for any impeached President in history. As an aside, Andrew Johnson was impeached at a time when there were only 37 States, so his percentage is higher. But for those who'd like to point out that Democrats simply had a larger majority than Republicans did during Clinton's era, I would note that the Trump is also the reason why Democrats were able to obtain such a significant majority in 2018. Rashida Tlaib was right. We impeached the *********ker!