President Trump to face trial following impeachment
New York: Donald Trump, President of the United States to face trial in senate following his impeachment.
According to reports, Trump has been indicted by the US House of Representatives on two accounts of impeachment. Donald Trumps was reportedly impeached by the House of Representatives as he addressed a rally in Battle Creek, Michigan. It has been confirmed by sources that the historic vote was taken when the President was addressing an almost 7,000 of his supporters in Michigan.
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According to report, Trump has been impeached on counts of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Moreover, while the decision to impeach the US President is official, he will have to face trial in the United States Senate for the decision to be implemented.
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Sources have confirmed that the US Senate will have to take a vote to remove Trump from office, however, there is a possibility that he cannot be removed by the Senate since the Democrats do not have sufficient number of votes in the US Senate. Additionally, it is believed that an almost two-third [about sixty-seven votes out of a hundred Senate votes] of the senators need to vote in favor of the decision taken by the US House of Representatives for the Senate to be able to remove Trump as the President of the United Sates.
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