Washington: A second impeachment motion against former US President Donald Trump has been debated in the Senate. With a voting strength of 56 for Republicans and 44 for Democrats, the resolution is unlikely to pass because Republicans strongly believe that they and their party will not be embarrassed if Trump is impeached. At the same time, the Senate decided to discuss the impeachment resolution passed in the House of Representatives, while the Democrats began the debate.
Trump supporters who came to the massive rally began the discussion by displaying a video of the attack on the Capitol building as well as a video aimed at them commenting that Trump, who had already lost, was like Khifite Like Helky. Democrat Jimmy Ruskin, who referred to the events of January 6, was emotional. He commented that he never expected such incidents to happen in America. He described the incident as a major crime.
At the same time, many Republican senators are questioning the impeachment of a non-president. At the same time, Trump made history as the first former president of the United States to face impeachment after stepping down. He did not welcome Biden’s victory, but was accused of provoking his fans on social media. The Senate will discuss the same issue throughout the week.