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Donald Trump Impeached For Inciting US Capitol Riot

In historic vote, becomes first president to be impeached a second time for inciting mob that attacked the Capitol.

House Speaker displays the signed article of impeachment against President before it was sent to the Senate for trial.

The House of Representatives has impeached President for “incitement of insurrection” after a mob of his supporters stormed the United States Capitol last week, marking the first time in history that a president has been impeached twice.

The House resolution, which passed by a vote of 232-197 on Wednesday afternoon, states that ’s actions and remarks ahead of the storming of the Capitol building in incited the rioters.

The House resolution, which passed by a vote of 232-197 on Wednesday afternoon, states that ’s actions and remarks ahead of the storming of the Capitol building in incited the rioters.

“Today, in a bipartisan way, the House demonstrated that no one is above the law – not even the President of the United States,” House Speaker as she signed the article of impeachment after the vote.

The measure, said, also makes clear “that is a clear and present danger to our country”.

Some 232 members of the House voted in favour of the impeachment of President over the assault on the Capitol, including 10 Republicans.

Ten Republicans joined 222 Democrats in voting to impeach , making the vote a bipartisan rebuke of the president’s attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.

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The riot at the Capitol on January 6 left five people dead and sent shockwaves across the and the world, spurring Democratic Party legislators to launch an impeachment push against in his final days in the White House.

The Capitol was stormed after delivered an inflammatory speech to a crowd of his supporters that had gathered in protest against Congress’ certification of President-elect ’s election victory.

‘unequivocally’ condemns violence

The impeachment article states that in the months before January 6, repeated false claims of widespread election fraud and said the results should not be accepted.

He also “willfully made statements that, in context, encouraged – and foreseeably resulted in – lawless action at the Capitol, such as: ‘if you don’t fight like hell you’re not going to have a country any more,’” the article states.

Pro – protesters storm into the . Capitol during clashes with police on January 6 

did not immediately comment on his impeachment.

But in a video posted on the White House account on Wednesday evening, he condemned the attack on the Capitol and said there was no excuse for violence.

“I want to be very clear, I unequivocally condemn the violence that we saw last week. Violence and vandalism have absolutely no place in our country and no place in our movement,” said.

The president had remained defiant on Tuesday, rejecting Democrats’ impeachment effort as dangerous and “a continuation of the greatest and most vicious witch hunt in the history of our country”.

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17 Responses

  1. His Anointed says:

    Now that he’s refusing impeachment, what’s gonna surface between the police & the governed?
    But i guess he’s the first US President to be impeached in the history of United States….

  2. Okoro Samuel says:

    Sad one for Donald trump

  3. Faith says:


  4. Isaac says:

    It’s well

  5. Free2threads says:

    This is bad

  6. Abdulsomad says:

    Ọmọ alaye no won go shaa but being a desperado he must go

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  8. Wale says:

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  9. Free2threads says:

    It is well

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  11. Arisha Oluwatimileyin says:

    Speechless 😑🤐

  12. Babarinde Fatiu says:

    It is good though

  13. Fejiro says:

    Its well

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