A split screen image of U.S. House Reps. Carolyn Bordeaux and Andrew Clyde.

Two of Georgia's House representatives in Congress, Democrat Carolyn Bourdeaux (left) and Republican Andrew Clyde (right), speak during the vote on impeachment Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021.

Credit: Stephen Fowler/Sam Bermas-Dawes, GPB News

Thursday on Political Rewind: Georgia’s members of the U.S. House voted along party lines on impeachment of President Donald Trump. The debate continues over the president’s role in inciting insurrection when he directed angry crowds of his supporters to march on the U.S. Capitol last week.

Democrats accused Trump of violating his oath to protect the country from its enemies, foreign or domestic. Many Republicans called the impeachment a political stunt that will further divide the country.


Dr. Andra Gillespie — Professor of Political Science and Director, James Weldon John Institute for the Study of Race and Difference, Emory University

Dr. Amy Steigerwalt — Professor of Political Science, Georgia State University

Eric Tanenblatt — Republican Insider and Global Chair of Public Policy, Dentons

Kevin Riley — Editor, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution