Washington, January 14, 2020, Thursday
US President Donald Trump has become the first president in American history to receive impeachment twice.
Following the attacks and violence by Trump supporters on Capitol Hill, the motion is now brought against Trump in the lower house of the US House of Representatives.
Now Trump’s future lies in the hands of the US Senate, the upper house of parliament. Opponents would need a two-thirds majority to convict Trump. that’s suspicious. On the other hand, while Trump has indicated to contest the 2024 election, the Senate may also vote on the basis that Trump cannot run in the future.
The Senate session is scheduled for January 20, and Biden will be sworn in as the new President of the United States on the same day.