Impeachment is a defense of the president’s power. That is, not to abuse power. Donald Trump has been impeached as the third president in US history. Two US Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were indicted. However, none of them were removed in the Senate.
After the congressional vote, the White House said in a statement that the president was confident he would be completely innocent by the Senate vote.
Where the US Congress makes laws, they can face top officials, including the country’s president. The United States Constitution contains treason, bribery, or any other major or minor offense that can remove a president from his position.
The Congress consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives. It is located in the Capitol building in Washington DC. The process of impeachment began with the United States House of Representatives or the House of Representatives. The general majority has to pass in order to begin the process. If passed, the trial will be held in the Senate, which is the second part of Congress.
It’s like a courtroom, where senators will act as judges. They decide whether the president is guilty or innocent.
In the Senate, two-thirds of the senators will have to vote for impeachment in order to oust the president. Impeachment or impeachment does not mean that the president will be removed from office as soon as the process begins. No president has been removed from the position as president so far in US history.
Impeachment: The wound will last for many days
Only two presidents have been damned in 240 years of US history. Added to that list is the name of the country’s current president, Donald Trump. Abuse of power and obstruction of congressional work – These two charges were filed against the 45th US president. During Trump’s tenure, the walls of partition in the country’s politics widened. CNN News.
Local time yesterday, President Trump was damned by a Democrat-controlled House of Representatives vote. The day will be remembered as a ‘black day’ in the national politics of the country.
Former Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were impeached in the House of Representatives in the history of the United States. However, both of them crossed the Senate. The campaign against former president Richard Nixon was also launched to cover the opposition Democratic Party’s election office for political gain. But he resigned before realizing the situation. Within three years of assuming power, Trump has been under scrutiny over the opposition Democrats leading the charge. He wrote the letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi the day before the vote began. At the same time, he claimed that he did not act as a charge.
Experts say that even if Trump is impeached, he will carry the wound to US politics for many days. That’s what public opinion says about the curse. According to a CNN survey, 46 percent of people favor Trump’s removal from office and power. On the other hand, 49 percent of people do not want it.
Trump’s Accusation: The Boomerang May Be This Effort
The big challenge for the Democrats in the election in 2020 is not just removing Trump from the White House, but keeping his current majority in the lower house of Congress. The Trump campaign has already fallen short of fundraising, relying on the impeachment to overturn it. Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner is leading the charge. They have already launched an election campaign targeting Democrats of the ‘red’ states.
Trump hopes that voters will reject the Democrats in a bid to accuse him, and he will be re-elected secondarily. The main reason for his belief is that the country’s economy is in good shape. It is rare in this country to be elected in the second round. Jimmy Carter and George H. Bush could not be selected in the second half alone in the last half-century. Furthermore, the economy is good, but voters have not elected a president for the second term, in recent history, such events have not been practiced.