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Amid tight security measures deployed by thousands of members of the National Guard and other security units in Washington, DC, and around the Congress building, the House of Representatives launched its deliberations on a draft resolution accusing President Donald Trump of inciting the revolt, with the support of a number of Republican lawmakers for the indictment submitted by the Democrats The draft resolution accuses President Trump of inciting the revolt.
Steny Hoyer, the leader of the Democratic majority, confirmed: “Trump broke oath and incited the armed rebellion, and his actions call for an urgent response, and what the president has done calls for dismissal and denial of any government position in the future. There is a short time left, but it is not too late.”
The Rules Committee in the House approved the rules for debate and voting for Trump’s parliamentary trial, which is the second trial since he took office, and comes a week before the end of his term.
The intervention of lawmakers confirmed that the United States was attacked from within, and described the attackers as traitors and terrorists who were recruited inside the country, at the instigation of Trump, stressing the need to isolate him.
The interventions also indicated that President Trump did not act responsibly, violated his constitutional oath, and committed crimes and misdemeanors for which he must be held, calling on Republicans to vote on this decision and protect the constitution.
Democrat Representative Jim Magoforn stressed, “Our country has been attacked from within by traitors and we must respond, and whenever Trump remains in the White House, our freedom is at risk and he must be held accountable.”
If the activation of the procedures for the trial of the president started in the House of Representatives, it ends in the Senate with a vote on his removal, which requires the approval of two-thirds of the members.
Noting that the Republicans constitute the majority in the parliament, it is difficult to dismiss him, given the likelihood that the trial will be dropped.
The most severe punishment President Trump faces is denying him any future government position, which will make it easier for the Republican Party to expel him from its ranks and get rid of its influence.
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