Democrats are trying to indict Donald Trump after he led his supporters to storm the U.S. Capitol last week

In December 2019, President Trump was charged for pressuring the Ukrainian President to investigate President-elect Biden However, the Senate acquitted him in February 2020

However, many Democrats – including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi – want him removed again for “inciting violence against the government”

The US Constitution contains a wide variety of crimes that can lead to impeachment, including treason, bribery, or other serious crimes and misdemeanors

Impeachment by both houses of Congress is the only procedure that allows the forcible removal of a seated US president outside of the 25th Enables change, which enables the removal of a president who is unable to perform his official duties

So that the 25 If the amendment can be asserted, Vice President Mike Pence and the majority of the Cabinet would have to declare Mr. Trump incapable of assuming the duties of the Chair. Mr. Pence has refused

The impeachment begins with a vote in the House of Representatives on the impeachment articles, which are essentially a list of charges against the president

Ms. Pelosi has brought charges of “incitement to rebellion” against Mr. Trump following the deadly riot at the Capitol in Washington DC on Wednesday when Mr. Trump spoke to his supporters

His appeal to Georgian Foreign Minister Brad Raffensperger is also mentioned, in which the president asked the official to do more than 11000 votes to “find” to overturn President-elect Biden’s victory in the state

If the vote was by a simple majority, the president has been indicted and tried in the Senate

After the trial, the Senate will vote on whether the president should be convicted and removed from office. This vote requires a two-thirds majority

The last time Mr Trump was indicted, Republicans controlled the Senate so it could easily stay in power

A vote on the indictment against Mr Trump will be held on Wednesday if he could become the only president in US history to be indicted twice

At least 17 Republican Senators would have to take action against Mr Trump to convict him, The New York Times has reported that up to 20 are considering it

Representative Liz Cheney, Chair of the Republican Conference and third-tier member of the GOP House, has already announced that she will vote against the President

“There has never been a major betrayal of his office and his oath on the Constitution by a President of the United States,” she said earlier this week,

In 2020, 52 Republican senators voted against allegations of abuse of power and 53 against allegations of obstruction of Congress

Republican Senate Chairman Mitch McConnell also sent a memo to the Republican Senators detailing a possible impeachment schedule

However, he noted that an impeachment trial is unlikely to take place before Trump is released on Jan. January leaves office because the next Senate meeting on 19 January should take place

White House spokesman Judd Deere said, “Charging President Donald Trump with 12 days remaining in his presidency would only help to divide the country further”

However, Democratic representative Ilhan Omar said the impeachment process was a precedent and a matter of principle

He tweeted: “It is important to indict & in order to convict this president, even if he is still in office for a few days

“It will set a precedent. We need to make it clear that no president can lead an insurrection against the US government

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