The article has been introduced in the House of Representatives in Congress. This resolution to impeach Mr Trump will be voted on by the House of Representatives this week. This will be the second time that a vote will be held to impeach Mr Trump.
A congressional document has been released that claims Mr Trump encouraged the “lawless action” that transpired at the Capitol on January 6.
For the Democrats to remove the president they will have to get enough numbers from their own party to vote for it and they will need two-thirds of the Senate on board.
Getting two-thirds of the US Senate to vote for impeachment will be difficult as there is currently a 50/50 split between Democrats and Republicans.
However, legislators now only have nine days to complete the impeachment process before president-elect Joe Biden takes office.
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“He threatened the integrity of the democratic system, interfered with the peaceful transition of power, and imperiled a coordinate branch of government.
“He thereby betrayed his trust as president, to the manifest injury of the people of the United States.”
Article one of the impeachment paper is headed “Incitement to Inserecction”.
This refers to the incidents on January 6, 2021, when a large group left a rally held by president Trump and then stormed the U.S. Capitol.
The mob were vocal in their support for Mr Trump.
They breached security at the Capitol and occupying parts of the building for several hours.
At the rally, Mr Trump had said the US presidential election had been “stolen” from him.
Mr Trump also encouraged the assembled crowd to “fight like hell” to “take back our country”.
More to follow…