WBEZ brings you fact-based news and information. Sign up for our newsletters to stay up to date on the stories that matter.Republican Rob Portman of Ohio talks with NPR’s Susan Davis about his retirement from the Senate, the Republican party after Trump, as well as the former president’s impeachment trial.
Portman says he thought President Biden’s inaugural address struck the right tone, but the president’s legislative strategy on his COVID-19 relief proposal has burned some goodwill with Republicans.
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This episode was produced by Barton Girdwood, Lexie Schapitl, and Chloee Weiner.