The motion for impeachment against US President Donald Trump has passed from the House of Representatives. After the Ukraine controversy, Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke of Donald Trump’s impeachment accusing Donald Trump of misusing his position. On Thursday, when voting was held after discussion for 6 hours, the impeachment motion has been passed under two articles. In a house of representatives, the motion of impeachment against Donald Trump has passed by 230 to 197 votes.
The trial process in the Senate will begin after 6 January, which can last for several weeks. However, Democrats must be hoping that it ends before February because primary elections are to begin in February.
The US Senate has a total of 100 members, of which 53 members are Republican Party, 45 Democrats and 2 members are Independents.
After the resolution is passed from the lower house, the case can now attend the upper house Senate. Trump might face trial in the Senate next month, however, his party encompasses a majority here. In such a scenario, it doesn’t seem that he is going to step down as a President.
Donald Trump is the third US president against whom the motion for impeachment has passed. Before this, Andrew Johnson has impeached against Bill Clinton. However, the resolution against the two presidents was not passed by the Senate.
US President Donald Trump made a record on Twitter when he tweeted and retweeted 123 against the decision of the House Judiciary Committee (House Judicial Committee) to initiate an inquiry into the impeachment allegations against him. The House Judicial Committee split on Friday in the House of Representatives voted to present two scaled-down charges against him for imposing impeachment on Trump. He Tweeted the below Twit against the impeachment.