Impeachment motion against Trump gets second approval, became the first US President


The US House of Representatives on Wednesday passed an impeachment motion against President Donald Trump in the Capitol violence case. Now the impeachment proposal will be discussed in the Senate i.e. the upper house. The lower house passed the impeachment motion by 232 votes against 197.

A second impeachment motion in the US Parliament has passed against President Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reported that Trump was the first president in US history to face impeachment twice. At the same time, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made it clear in a statement that the impeachment against Trump would not last before January 20. Joe Biden is to be sworn in on this day.

The motion appealed to Pence to ask the cabinet to implement the 25th amendment. 218 votes were required to impeach Trump. 10 Republic MPs also voted against Trump.

These MPs are-

Dan Newshaw of Washington

John Katko of New York

Jamie Herrera of Washington

Adam Kinzinger of Illinois

Fred Upton of Michigan

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Peter Meijer of Michigan

Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio

Tom Rice of South Carolina

David Valadao of California

Statement of trump

At the same time, Trump said that mob violence is against everything in which I trust. My true supporter will never commit political violence, will not break the law. If you are doing something like this then you are not supporting our movement, you are attacking our country.

There was a lot of excitement

Earlier, on the day of voting on the impeachment motion blaming President Donald Trump for the Capitol attack in the US Parliament witnessed tremendous fervor. Just before that, lawmakers passed a resolution asking Vice President Mike Pence to seize Trump's powers using constitutional force under the 25th Amendment. The motion received 223 votes against 205.

The proposal to snatch Trump's powers to the Vice President was brought by Maryland MP Jamie Ruskin. Republican MP Adam Kinzinger also voted in favor of the proposal. However, Mike Pence, Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, has already refused to use the motion and wrote that "in our Constitution, the 25th Amendment is not a means to punish or take away the right." Implementing the 25th amendment in this way would set a bad precedent. ”In this amendment, Pence would have been entitled to remove Trump from office and take powers until the newly elected President's oath. Here, MPs participated in the proceedings amid heavy security fortifications in the Parliament House (Capitol). The impeachment motion prepared by MPs Jamie Ruskin, David Cicilline, and Date Liu on Wednesday is co-sponsored by 211 members.

Manager appointed for hearing

Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi appointed managers of impeachment hearings against Trump. In addition to Chief Manager MP Ruskin, Dianna Degrette, Stacey Plaskett, Madeline Diane, David Cicilline, Ted Liu, and Joe Negusé were given the responsibility. Before voting on impeachment, Pelosi said, "It is the constitutional duty of managers to prosecute and remove the president."

Strong basis for impeachment

Late Tuesday, before the vote on Wednesday, the chairman of the Judicial Committee of the House of Representatives, Gerold Nadler, issued a 50-page report for impeachment against Trump. It introduced strong grounds for impeachment.

YouTube banned Trump's channel for a week

After Twitter and Facebook, YouTube has also banned Trump's channel for at least a week. He said that it could be suspended further. The company said Trump's channel violated YouTube's policies. Let me tell you that the violence erupted after a recent video was posted on this channel. YouTube has also removed that video.

MPs are getting threats: Ro Khanna

Indian-American MP Ro Khanna has said that American lawmakers who voted in favor of certifying the outcome of the presidential election held on November 3 to confirm Joe Biden's victory are receiving violent threats, including killing Threats are also included. He told CNN News that these threats are being received by lawmakers from both Democrat and Republican parties. He said that the threat of violence is not only to Democrats but also to Republican leaders. I do not want to tell who received the threats but they have also received threats to kill them.

Investigation of over 160 rioters started: FBI

In the US, the FBI launched an investigation into more than 160 cases against rioters in Capitol Hill on January 6, saying it was just the beginning. Senior investigating agency Steven Untuno said that in six days we have opened the file of more than 160 cases. He said that the FBI would reach every person who attacked.