The deal has now been moved to the Senate. No trial is scheduled for the January 20 inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump was ousted from the US House of Representatives for the second time in a row on Wednesday, and was charged with “inciting riots” in the wake of Capitol’s sudden and dramatic death following his last term in office.
With Capitol Safe by both national and international armed forces, The House voted 232-197 to remove Trump from office. Lightning struck shortly after noon as lawmakers marched on the US Capitol. The president called for them to “fight like hell.” With election results.
Ten Republicans flee TrumpDemocrat Joe Biden, joined by Democrats who warned he would be held accountable if Congress asked him not to take control on January 20 before his graduation, warned of “obvious and current danger.”
Twice ousted Trump is the only US president. Linn In 1998, there was more bilateral presidential arrests than in modern times against Bill Clinton.
The Capitol uprising shocked and angered lawmakers who had been sent for security, and said the country’s peaceful transition was weak. The revolt also forced him to be counted among some Republicans who sided with Trump during his presidency and spread lies about the integrity of the 2020 election.
The Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, called on Abraham Lincoln and the Bible to urge lawmakers to reaffirm their commitment to protect the Constitution from all foreign and “domestic enemies.”
He said of Trump: “He must go. He is a clear threat to the nation that we all love.”
Trump released a video of himself hiding from the White House on television, but did not say anything about his rise to power, but called on his supporters to refrain from any violence.
“Like all of you, I was shocked and saddened by the destruction of the Capitol last week,” said the first condemnation of the attack. I believe and that’s where our movement stops. … No one of my true supporters would respect law enforcement. ”
Trump was first accused by Congress in 2019 of his relationship with Ukraine, but the Senate He is the first president to be ousted twice. None of them have been indicted by the Senate, but Republicans said Wednesday that office investors, donors, big business and others in the rapidly changing political landscape are excluded from the defeated president.
In a statement issued after the vote, Biden said he hoped the Senate leadership would “find a way to fulfill its constitutional obligations and work on other urgent issues in this country.”
The Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will soon begin prosecuting the deal One Tuesday before Trump left the White House, the Maconel Office said. The law is also intended to prevent Trump from running again.
McConnell believes he has committed incessant crimes and sees the democratization as an opportunity to reduce divisive ethnic divisions.
McConnell told top donors over the weekend that he had passed away with Trump, who asked not to be named for commenting on the strategic talks.
“We have not made the final decision on how to choose,” McKonell said in a statement to colleagues Wednesday.
Unlike the first time, Trump will face this abuse of power as a weak leader because he has lost his own election and the majority of the Senate.
Even Republican presidential nominee Kevin McCarthy has changed his mind and said on Wednesday that the president will take responsibility for Capitol.
A four-page defamation decision was passed on Wednesday over allegations of Trump’s own rhetoric and lies about the election victory. January 6 attack on Capitol.
A Capitol police officer was killed in a riot, and a woman was shot dead by police. Authorities say three other people were killed in what appeared to be a medical emergency. The riots delayed the election of the College, the last step in completing the bid.
Ten Republican lawmakers, including third-party House GOP leader Liz Chenin, have voted in favor of ousting Republican leaders and the party.
“There has been no more betrayal in his office,” said former Republican Vice President Cheney Trump.
Trump is said to be outspoken in his disloyalty to McConnell and Chennai.
White House officials and Republicans close to the West are not allowed to speak publicly, much to the chagrin of Trump’s group and the fact that his Twitter account has been silenced by the social media company. About private conversations
White House Trump backed South Carolina Senator Lynsey Graham to push for Republican senators, while Chief of Staff Mark Medows called on some of his former colleagues at Capitol Hill.
The president’s strong popularity has caused some controversy in the GOP legislature, with a majority of Republicans voting against his removal.
The capital was unusually secure with long fences around the compound. One week ago, members of parliament entered the parliament building as police searched the police as they boarded guns, riot gear and rioted.
“We are discussing this historic step at the crime scene,” said representative Jim McGover, De-Mass.
During the debate, some Republicans repeated Trump’s lies about the election and argued that Democrats had been treated unfairly since the day he took office.
Other Republican officials quickly argued that the fight was hypocritical and complained about the double standard applied to their supporters. Some simply called for the nation to continue.
“Every movement has a crazy edge,” said California State Representative Tom McLeantock.
However, Democrat Jason Crow, De-Colo. And others were talking all day long as protesters tried to enter the house.
Representative Max Water, D-California Trump, argued that “they have the potential to start a civil war.”
Prosecuting Trump’s conviction requires a two-thirds majority in the Senate and is evenly distributed. Pennsylvania Republican St. Pat Tommy joined Alaska’s Sena Lisa Murkovsky over the weekend and called on Trump to “run as fast as possible.”
Biden senators are urging senators to share their time by prioritizing confirmation of their candidates and approving COVID-19 relief, fearing that immigration law will disrupt their first working days.
Trump’s ouster is based on his own false statements about Badin’s election defeat. Judges across the country, including those nominated by Trump, have repeatedly denied allegations of election fraud, and former Attorney General William Barr has said there is no evidence of widespread fraud.
Capitol Attack – Trump Supporters Rebel, Invade US Capitol
The council first tried to persuade Vice President Mike Pence and his cabinet to ask for power under the 25th Amendment to oust Trump. Pence refused to do so, but the council passed the decision anyway.
The deal also details Trump’s pressure on Georgia’s state officials to gain more votes.
Some have called for the president to step down, but there is still a long way to go. Linn In 1876, during the administration of Ulysses Grant, Secretary General William Bellk Nap was ousted and the Senate convened a trial months later. The case has been dropped.
Associated Press writers Kevin Freking, Andrew Taylor, and Zaki Miller contributed to this report.