U.S. President Joe Biden will not follow his predecessor Donald Trump’s impeachment process. About reports CNN.
The head of state explained that he intends to concentrate on his duties.
“I have a job the Senate has a job I’m sure they’re going to behave. And that’s all I’m going to say about impeachment,” Biden said.
On February 9, the U.S. Senate began impeachment hearings against former U.S. President Donald Trump. The process opened with a debate on the constitutionality of impeachment after the head of state left office.
On November 3, the U.S. presidential election was held. Democrat Joe Biden won by popular and electoral votes, but his predecessor, Donald Trump, did not recognize the election results and challenged them in the courts.
On January 6, supporters of then-incumbent President Donald Trump stormed the building of the U.S. Congress, interrupting the session at which the parliament was to approve the results of the past election. After that, the U.S. Congress officially approved Biden’s victory, and Trump condemned the violence in the Capitol and promised to guarantee a peaceful transfer of power.
On January 13, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass an impeachment resolution.