Trump on Sunday will be making his first post-presidential appearance at the conference, and aides say he will use the speech to reassert his power.
``There's no incumbent. Should be a wide-open race," Mitch McConnell said.
The bills are among dozens introduced in Legislatures aimed at cracking down on demonstrations.
“The Republicans are soft. They only hit their own, like Mitch,” Trump complained on Newsmax.
"Mitch is a dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack, and if Republican Senators are going to stay with him, they will not win again," Trump said in a statement.
For Trump’s loyalists, the acquittal offers a vindication of sorts and a fresh connection to the former president’s fiery base.
More than 120 of them held a Zoom call last Friday to discuss the breakaway group, which would run on a platform of "principled conservatism," sources said.
Republican senators appeared equally baffled at what they described as an unfocused and rambling performance by Trump's team compared to the Democratic House impeachment managers.
At a time of polarization, Biden may struggle to convince Republican voters of the urgency when Congress already has approved $4 trillion in aid, including $900 billion last month.
The motion from Sen. Rand Paul argued a former president could not be convicted after leaving office, despite the impeachment itself occurring near the end of Trump's term.
Kyle Rittenhouse was 17 during the Aug. 25 demonstration in Kenosha, Wisconsin, as hundreds were protesting the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man.
The party now faces a decision about whether to keep moving in a direction that many of Trump's most loyal supporters demand, or chart a new course.
The three Democrats join a Senate narrowly split 50-50 between the parties, but giving Democrats the majority with Harris able to cast the tie-breaking vote.
The Capitol Police is investigating whether Republican members of Congress led people through the Capitol the day before the attack.
It marked a stark contrast to the first time Trump was impeached in December 2019 over the Ukraine scandal, which was not supported by a single House Republican.
Meeting in a rare New Year's Day session, the Senate voted 81-13 to achieve the two-thirds majority needed to override the veto with bipartisan support.
Trump said in a video posted on Twitter, "We have to be remembered for what's been done," while Biden said he was "confident" that the U.S. would see a brighter 2021.
Republicans faced a pivotal choice: to declare Biden the president-elect, or keep standing by as Donald Trump wages a potentially damaging campaign to overturn the election.
The filing means that roughly one-quarter of the U.S. House believes the Supreme Court should set aside election results.
The court without comment refused to call into question the the certification process in Pennsylvania.