The President’s words are accused of inducing “violent, lethal, destructive and seditious acts” by his followers

Democrats accuse Donald Trump of “calling for an insurrection” in impeachment proceedings following the US Capitol riot last week – with the FBI warning that national armed protests are planned before Joe Biden’s inauguration

Opposition politicians have tabled an impeachment article claiming that Mr. Trump made statements at a supporters’ rally that “encouraged and predictably resulted in” last week’s violence
Republicans have blocked an attempt to immediately consider a resolution calling for Vice President Mike Pence to stand by Jan. To appoint amendment and remove Mr. Trump from office

The House of Representatives process has been suspended for 24 hours pending a vote on this resolution

It is believed that Mr. Pence is against forcing his boss out of power Therefore, an impeachment vote could take place on Wednesday, requiring a simple majority to pass

If it is voted through, it becomes negotiating with Senators, who serve as jurors, go to the Senate and vote on whether to acquit or convict Mr. Trump

The Republicans control the Senate, however, and would not raise the indictment until Jan. January rise – the last day of Mr Trump before Joe Biden’s inauguration

According to the FBI, prior to the inauguration on Jan. January armed protests take place in Washington DC and in all 50 state capitals

An armed group has vowed that if an attempt is made to remove Mr Trump from office, a riot will occur

But Michael Plati, the US inauguration agent, said officials are ready to see that there are no more security breaches on the big day in Washington

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Sean Spicer, who served as the first White House press secretary in the Trump administration, described the violence last Wednesday as “disturbing, disgusting and heartbreaking”

However, Mr. Spicer told Sky News it was “silly” to invoke the 25th To discuss change, arguing that the impeachment process was a Democratic “stunt” that would further divide the US

President Trump has been widely accused of the rioters who started on Jan. January the heart of US democracy – the Capitol Building – stormed to have goaded

Supporters of the president had gathered to protest the result of the presidential election, amid persistent and unfounded allegations of fraud by Mr Trump

As politicians gathered to sign Mr Biden’s victory, the president spoke to a nearby crowd at the Save America event

The impeachment article accuses Mr. Trump of using his speech to incite “violence against the United States government”

He is said to have repeated false claims that he won the election by a “landslide” and “deliberately made statements that in the context encouraged – and predictably resulted in – lawless action in the Capitol,” such as: “If you do not”Don’t fight like hell, you will have no more land ‘”

It is said that Mr Trump’s words caused people to storm the Capitol, where they “injured and killed law enforcement personnel, threatened members of Congress, the Vice President and Congressional staff, and attacked other violent, deadly, and destructive people other activities involved”seditious acts”

The impeachment article also cites “prior efforts to undermine and hamper the confirmation of the election result”

It specifically refers to a phone call to Georgian Foreign Minister Brad Raffensperger asking him to “find” enough votes for the president to win the state

He was first charged on allegations that he had pressured the Ukrainian president to open a corruption investigation into Mr Biden and his son. The Republican-led Senate acquitted him last February

Mr Biden said on Monday, when he got his second shot of the coronavirus vaccine, that he had spoken to some senators about the recent impeachment efforts

Washington, meanwhile, does not appear to be taking any chances of a possible recurrence of the disruption when it comes to Mr Biden’s inauguration

The president-elect himself has suggested that he has no concerns about his own safety, telling reporters on Monday, “I’m not afraid to take the oath outside”

The National Guard will be up to 15000 employees in the city, 10000 through Saturday

The inauguration is a “National Special Security Event” This means that several agencies in Washington, such as the Capitol Police, the Pentagon, Homeland Security, and the district police force, are receiving special funding and preparation

Mr Plati made comparisons between the 20th Discarding January and last Wednesday’s riots, saying, “I don’t want to use the phrase that we are comparing apples to oranges,” adding that the event is scheduled to take place over a year considered with the possibility of violence

According to the US National Parks Service, the famous Washington Monument Obelisk will also be open until Jan. Closed in January

It said it made the decision based on “credible threats to visitors and park resources” from groups involved in last week’s violence

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