The historical (second) process of Impeachment Each Donald Trump. The 45th President of the United States (now the former President) has been charged with a serious offense: “inciting revolt” after attacking the United States Capital. In fact, the American billionaire ‘s mistake was to chase the crowd to march on Pennsylvania Avenue, one of Washington, D.C.’s major arteries, known as the connection between the White House and Capital. The Democratic leader should condemn Trump for Chuck Schumer or the prosecution. “If our country is to move forward, heal and reunite after the despicable attack on January 6, there must be truth and responsibility. Sweeping away something very important does not cure it. Let us be clear about that.”
Trump’s defendants argue that the impeachment applies only to presidents, and that whatever happened that day is protected by the First Amendment to Freedom of Expression. The Senate will have ten days to decide. The Senate will reconvene on Sunday, February 14, on Valentine’s Day as the “Court of Impeachment.” Details of the trial, including witness lists, have not yet been revealed. Donald Trump declined to answer questions about his role in the capital uprising.
Report by Cristina Giuliano, edited by Alessandro Violent
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