Donald Trump is facing a historic second impeachment after the House of Representatives’ Democrats officially charged him with inciting “insurrection” about the uprising on Capitol Hill

Five people died in the attack last week, including a police officer that Trump prompted when he told supporters to “fight like hell” to overcome the Joe Biden election defeat, as video footage emerged showed how close the Mob of a potentially fatal confrontation with members of Congress has come

On Monday, security officials went out of their way to ensure Biden’s inauguration for the next week was not marred by further violence

US intelligence will begin implementing its special security arrangements for the inauguration this Wednesday almost a week earlier than originally planned, despite incumbent Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf abruptly resigning Monday afternoon a few days after his call the Capitol Invasion “sick”

Previously, ABC News announced that it had received an internal FBI bulletin detailing plans for “armed protests” calling for the “storming” of state, local and federal courthouses and buildings across the country, if Trump were removed from power beforehand

On Capitol Hill, House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi said Monday that if Vice President Mike Pence fails to bring him down on Aug. Amendment to US Constitution would remove from office

“The president’s threat to America is urgent, as are our actions,” she said in a statement

As expected, Republicans on Monday blocked efforts to unanimously approve a non-binding resolution calling on Pence to step in and remove Trump from power that will force a full vote on the measure on Tuesday Democrats are confident that the Measure will be successful

A never-before-mentioned clause in the 25th Amendment describes how cabinet members can agree to remove a president in extreme circumstances Pence, a staunch loyalist until the height of Trump’s efforts to overthrow the election, has signaled no intention to join such a move

If Pence refused to act within 24 hours of the expiry of the measure, and Trump still hadn’t resigned, Pelosi vowed to initiate impeachment proceedings

The already gloomy prospect that the Vice President will turn on his boss, to whom he has been loyal for four years, was all but wiped out after a meeting between Trump and Pence on Monday evening, the first since a mob of the President’s supporters endanger the life of the legislature

According to a senior government official, Trump and Pence agreed that “those who broke the law and stormed the Capitol last week were not America’s first movement” and “committed to doing the work on behalf of the country for the remainder continue their term ”

On Monday lawmakers introduced an impeachment article indicting Trump “high crimes and misdemeanors of inciting violence against the United States government,” in violation of his oath of office

The House will discuss the charges on Wednesday Rhode Island Democratic Congressman David Cicilline, one of the Democrats who led the effort, tweeted that the party had enough votes to pass them off and indict Trump a second time – a first in American history But to get removed would require a Senate conviction

The Senate is on hiatus until after the inauguration, and Democratic leaders have said they will not begin impeachment until after the Biden administration has had the first 100 days to attempt to approve and approve candidates to pass important laws

President-elect Joe Biden said Monday afternoon, “I think President Trump shouldn’t be in office”

A small number of Republicans in the Senate and House of Representatives have joined efforts by the Democrats to remove Trump

Adam Schiff, the Democratic chairman of the House’s Intelligence Committee and a key figure in Trump’s first impeachment, tweeted, “Every day Trump stays in office, he’s a threat to our democracy, and Congress must act urgently”

But Senate conviction would be a long way off since the president was last indicted.Some Republicans have announced support this time around, but it needs about a dozen more to succeed

Trump was charged with two impeachment proceedings in December 2019 and acquitted in February 2020

If Trump were convicted after leaving office, the Senate could decide to punish him by preventing him from seeking office again, as opponents fear his plan is in 2024

Since the attack on the U.S. Capitol, the president has withdrawn from the public eye, banned from Facebook and Twitter, condemned and praised by former allies, not at Biden’s inauguration on Jan. January to participate

His silence was met by calls from the Democrats for his resignation – and the gentle push back of some Republicans who called for national “unity” after their attempt to overthrow the November elections resulted in one of the most egregious acts of violence Capitol Hill in Two Centuries

There are now signs that die-hard Trump loyalists are planning to march on the Capitol again on inauguration day The event is referred to online as “A Million Militia March”

The FBI arrested dozens of people who participated in last week’s riots and continued to circulate wanted posters of suspects, potentially dampening participation in another rally

But nine days before the inauguration, officials planned to secure the area Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser urged the Department of Homeland Security to put new restrictions in place and urged people to close the city on Jan. Avoid January

The Pentagon, FBI, intelligence and other agencies have reportedly been put on alert, and the National Guard said they will pull troops in Washington on at least 10 by Saturday000 increase National Park Service temporarily closed Washington Monument “in response to credible threats to visitors and park resources”

Barack and Michelle Obama, George and Laura Bush and Bill and Hillary Clinton will attend the inauguration Biden, the new Vice President Kamala Harris and her families will be accompanied by the former Presidents and their families on a visit to Arlington National Cemetery, reported ABC

Such plans were made last week when the nation struggled to cope with the violence that left five dead and dozen injured

On Monday, 75-year-old New Jersey Democratic Congressman Bonnie Watson Coleman said she tested positive for coronavirus and believed she spent hours at the Capitol with colleagues who weren’t during the riot last week wearing locked face masks

Coleman is waiting for a more comprehensive Covid test and finds that she has already received the first shot of the two-dose vaccine

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