Removal from office (which will be irrelevant 2.5 hours from the time of writing this) and optionally being barred from holding public office in the future are the two biggest and most talked about consequences of being convicted in an impeachment trial, but are there any other potential repercussions? As an example I've seen talk that his pension could be revoked. Is this true? What about the other benefits, such as a travel budget, Secret Service detail, and intelligence briefings? Could those be revoked?

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    By strict reading of the Former Presidents Act at the linked answer, it appears that Trump will not lose any of the benefits under that Act (even if convicted) as his term was not terminated "by removal pursuant to section 4 of article II of the Constitution". In usual cases of conviction, i.e. before the President's term ends, then the President would lose those benefits (as noted in the linked answer).
    – Panda
    Jan 20 at 14:47
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    I don't think this is a duplicate. The linked question addresses presidents who have been removed from power via impeachment and conviction. Unless the Senate votes to convict before noon today (which will not happen), Mr. Trump will not fall into that class. This question is uncharted territory. If he is convicted, the consequences to Mr. Trump will most likely be determined by the Senate, as a simple majority vote rather than the 2/3 vote needed for connection. Jan 20 at 14:59
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    But since this uncharted territory, I don't think the question is answerable here. Jan 20 at 15:02