Trump impeachment

Mareon Massey, Features Editor

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It is well known around the world about Donald J. Trump, the President of the United States and his impeachment. It all began on December 18, 2019 when the House of Representatives approved the articles of impeachment on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
His charges include betraying his oath of office, and U.S. National Security. Trump was said to have exchanged emails between the Ukraine president, and it was also stated that Trump threatened to break alliance with Ukraine if they didn’t find evidence against one of his next presidential election canidates, Joe Biden. The process of impeachment for the president begins with a proceeding of the House of Representatives, when a member makes a suggestion to launch an impeachment of the president, and a vote is taken, then a trial is placed.
President Trump so far has been placed on trial through the House of Representatives and is currently on his way to a trial to the Senate, and after that Congress is next. Since then Trump has launched an attack on Iran’s General Qasem Soleimani, killing him. Talk started happening on whether or not the Senate, and Congress would pass the impeachment.There is still a wait to see if Trump will stay in office.