Index - Offshore - More and more US lawmakers are supporting Donald Trump's impeachment

Index – Offshore – More and more US lawmakers are supporting Donald Trump’s impeachment

More and more people in the US legislature support the launch of the constitutional litigation process (the so-called impeachment) Donald Trump Against the outgoing president, however, it is far from certain that the Democratic House initiative will have the necessary support from Republicans, MTI writes, citing local press reports.

Democrat Ted Liu said that 190 lawmakers had so far received support for the impeachment process.

We have videos of the speech Trump set fire to the audience. We have videos of fans attacking the Capitol

He wrote on Twitter.

Republican Senator Pat Tommy has expressed the view that Trump should resign in favor of the country as soon as possible. On Friday, his party colleague, Senator Lisa Murkowski, made a similar statement.

Photo: J. Scott Applewhite / AFP

Another Republican senator, Bensassi, said he would consider voting on the impeachment process because he said Trump had broken the oath.

A two-thirds majority in the Senate is required to vote on the charges against Trump, which requires the vote of 17 Republicans. Even if Trump’s guilt is only found after his term in office, Congress can bar him from holding federal public office, which means that

She cannot contest the 2024 presidential election.

Donald Trump was once tried last year, but was subsequently acquitted in the Republican Senate. There has been no example yet of a double impeachment trial of a US president.

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