White House impeaches Trump again


The House of Representatives resolved on Wednesday that President Trump besieged the Houses of Parliament on January 6 and impeached his role by supporters, who killed five, on charges of "inciting riots." 

 Until Wednesday, there was no US president ever. The 

 impeachment article was passed by a vote of 232-197, and 10 Republicans joined the Democrats in the House of Representatives. Under the 

 Constitution, the next step is a Senate trial, which could lead to Trump's dismissal. But with only one week left in his term, the issue seemed controversial — spinning his head involving Washington D. since Trump's defeat in the November 40a440a4 presidential election. There is nothing certain about the development that makes it. The impeachment article Trump accused him of "significantly endangering the security of the United States and its government agencies" by promoting false election fraud allegations in an attempt to illegally manufacture another element. He invited his supporters to attend a rally on January 6th in Washington, which became violent. "He threatened the integrity of the democratic system, hampered the peaceful transition of power, and jeopardized equal government institutions," said the impeachment article. "He betrayed his trust as president and inflicted an obvious injury to the people. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi In a speech to the House of Representatives, the pro-Trump mob criticized the footsteps of the president by saying that their goal was “to overturn the legitimately reported will of the American people.” 

 “We know that the President of the United States instigated this revolt. This armed revolt against our common state must go. He has to go,” Pelosi said. On the 13th of January, the housing floor in U.Capitol. (Stefani Reynolds / Getty Pictures) 
The Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, surrounded by security information, walks to her office from the House on Wednesday. (Stefani Reynolds / Getty Images) 
More40a4As akin to the almost complete party vote on Trump's first impeachment in the House on December. 18, 2019, on charges of obstruction of justice and abuse of power, this one could only be portrayed by the president as a partisan exercise.Republican Reps.Liz Cheney of Wyoming, Peter Meijer and Fred Upton of Michigan, Adam Kinzinger of Illinois David Valadao of California, John Katko of New York, Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio, Tom Rice of South Carolina, and Jaime Herrera Beutler and Dan Newhouse of Washington all voted in favor of impeachment.

 “A vote against this impeachment is a vote to validate the unacceptable violence we witnessed in our nation's capital. It is also a vote to condone President Trump's action, "Newhouse said in a statement released as Congress discussed the matter." He did not strongly condemn the attack and did not call in reinforcements when our officials were overwhelmed. Our country needed a leader, and President Trump failed to fulfill his oath in office. ”

 All Republicans who voted against impeachment acknowledged that Trump ed shoulder at least partly to blame for the unrest last week.



"Joe Biden will be president," said McCarthy, "because he won the election." 

As the impeachment vote took place, Trump released a statement about reports of further protests that the FBI and Justice Department warned on Tuesday that it could contain further violence. 

 "In light of reports of more protests, I urge that there must be NO violence, NO crime and NO vandalism of any kind," his statement said. “That's not what I stand for, and that's not what America stands for. I call on ALL Americans to help ease tensions and temper silence. Thanks to you. ”

Rep.Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, read the statement on the House floor moments after it was released.

Hours after the vote, President-elect Biden issued a statement reflecting on Trump's impeachment.

“ The attack was planned and coordinated this criminal. It was perpetrated by political activists and local terrorists, who incited the violence by President Trump, "Biden said in a statement. It was an armed protest against the United States of America. And those responsible for this must answer. "One of the most significant differences between the two lower echelons of the lower echelons of the United States is the House of Representatives." and the Union, set up a civil war in the empire. 

“ President takes responsibility for Wednesday's attack on Congress by mob terrorists, ”said House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. After McCarthy challenged Electoral College certification in the midst of the Capitol uprising, he also signaled for the first time that Trump had lost. 

 
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