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SAO PAULO (AP) — For years, President Dilma Rousseff and Vice President Michel Temer had a political partnership of convenience. From different parties, they ran on the same presidential ticket and served together for more than half a decade. But when a measure to impeach Rousseff was introduced in Congress last year, fissures between them went public. Rousseff has accused Temer of being the ringleader behind the push to oust her, accusations that he has denied. With Wednesday's 61-20 Senate vote to permanently remove Rousseff, Temer will serve the rest of her term, through 2018.