US President Donald Trump set to win acquittal from impeachment

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US President Donald Trump is set to win acquittal from impeachment, hours after his partisan State of the Union speech triggered unprecedented protests from Democrats in a seething display of political divisions.

President Donald Trump was set to win acquittal from impeachment on Wednesday, hours after his partisan State of the Union speech triggered unprecedented protests from Democrats in a seething display of US political divisions.

Much of the 78-minute speech was given to proclaiming his successful economic policies and extolling his"America first" outlook. US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi appears to rip a copy of President Donald Trumps speech after he delivers the State of the Union address.Meanwhile, he repeatedly condemned the achievements of his Democratic predecessor, Barack Obama, and declared that his administration alone had reversed"economic decay" and"restored" American pride.

Seconds after Mr Trump finished, Ms Pelosi, the top Democrat in Congress, ripped up her copy of the speech live on television.That deep frustration will only be exacerbated on Wednesday afternoon in the impeachment vote. "When our president invites and pressures a foreign government to smear a political opponent and corrupt the integrity of our 2020 presidential election, he must be removed from office," Democrat Jeff Merkley said on the Senate floor Wednesday.

 

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They just don’t get it - division is how he won in 2016.

So easy...when you stop/ ban witnesses being called. NO EVIDENCE.. Is that part of the constitution? Great again.....no way!! 🇦🇨🇦🇨😎

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