45th US President Donald Trump impeached by the house of representatives

  • Dec 19, 2019 GMT
  • Team Kalkine

In a historic development, the 45th President of the United States Donald Trump has been impeached by the Democrat-controlled house of representatives for abuse of power and obstructing a congressional probe.

  • The 230-members of the house voted in favour of the impeachment, while 197 members voted against it. The House Democrats accused Trump of using his office to pressure Ukraine to investigate his 2020 political rival Joe Biden and then trying to obstruct the investigation in Congress.
  • However, Trump will now stand trial in the Senate, which is controlled by the Republican Party, who have supported Trump and shown little interest in removing him from office. But if he loses the trial, then, he will be removed from office.
  • The transfer of impeachment from the House to Senate will happen in short order, and the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will have to select impeachment managers for that. A day ago, on Tuesday, President Trump had voiced his frustrations with the impeachment process in a long letter to Nancy Pelosi.

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