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Donald Trump is impeached again – now what?

14 January 2021

9:48 AM

14 January 2021

9:48 AM

Today Donald Trump became the first president in United States history to be impeached twice. He was first impeached in 2019, accused of pressuring the President of Ukraine to provide information on his political challenger Joe Biden. This evening, Trump was impeached again on the grounds of ‘incitement of an insurrection’ last Wednesday, when his address at a rally led to a violent mob storming the Capitol building to try to stop Biden’s formal confirmation as president.

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