Incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump has been impeached for sedition.
232 congressmen, including ten Republicans, voted for the early removal of Donald Trump, against 197.
Thus, Trump became the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice.
The document will now go to the Senate. In order to impeach Trump, the resolution must be supported by two-thirds of the senators, that is 67 out of 100. Democrats are 17 votes short of Republicans to approve the impeachment verdict. If the Senate also votes to impeach (for the first time in the history of the United States), Donald Trump will never be able to run for office again.
Recall that on January 6, Donald Trump’s supporters in Washington, D.C., came out for a “March to Save America” during the congressional debate on the outcome of the presidential election. Discussions had to be suspended due to the objections of Republicans and protests by Trump supporters, who managed to break the police cordon and enter the Capitol building.
During the protests, a woman was shot and later died in hospital. A total of four people died. During the riots in Washington, four people were killed and 52 people were arrested.