TrumpImpeachment: Democrats say Donald Trump 's removal is necessary to protect democracy, while Republicans have blasted the move as a partisan attempt to undermine the upcoming elections.
Democrats say Donald Trump 's removal is necessary to protect democracy, while Republicans have blasted the move as a partisan ...Washington - House impeachment managers continued their hours-long arguments for removing President Donald Trump on Thursday, with no indication that they have moved any Republicans to their side. Two-thirds of the 100-member chamber are required to agree to remove a president from office. The Senate is controlled by Trump's Republican party, meaning the most likely outcome is acquittal. House impeachment manager Jerry Nadler began on Thursday by laying out a constitutional argument that proving Trump committed a specific crime is not the only basis for him to be impeached. Impeachment can also be used for presidents who "act as if they are above the law" Nadler argued, contradicting the White House's claim that a criminal act is required. Democrats say Trump's removal is necessary to protect the country's democracy, while Republicans have blasted the move as a partisan attempt to undermine the November presidential elections. Read more: IOL News
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