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The process of Trump’s Impeachment Inquiry Is Underway

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The US Democratic Party has begun President Donald Trump’s impeachment inquiry and Democrat Nancy Pelosi said he “must be held accountable”. However, Trump has denied wrongdoing and called the efforts a “witch hunt“.

There is strong support from House Democrats for impeachment, but the proceedings would be unlikely to pass the Republican-controlled Senate.

The high-stakes move by House Speaker Ms. Pelosi, prompted by allegations that Trump’s Ukraine call was to investigate his leading political rival Joe Biden, lays the groundwork for a potentially hugely consequential confrontation between Democrats and the president ahead of the 2020 election.

The Speaker of the House of Representatives has ordered the official start of Trump’s Impeachment Inquiry. As we said before Trump’s phone call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is the principal reason for the research.
The impeachment of the president in America is not unusual.

The impact of Donald Trump’s phone call with his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, was more severe than previously thought. As news of Trump’s “abuse” of his political position to hurt his electoral opponent has spread, the issue has become wider.

US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi has officially ordered an investigation into Trump’s impeachment.

After months that Lawyers had the plan to Stop Trump’s Impeachment, Mrs. Pelosi said at the end of a day of meetings with House Democrats that she was directing six House committees already investigating Mr. Trump to continue their probes “under that umbrella of an impeachment inquiry.”

“The actions taken to date by the president have seriously violated the Constitution,” said Mrs. Pelosi (D., Calif.), who has expressed concern about the political risks of impeachment.

President Donald Trump's Impeachment Inquiry finally begun
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Her chosen route avoids a full House floor vote on opening a probe, a step that has occurred each of the three previous times the House has launched impeachment proceedings against a president.

Such a decision would require 218 votes to pass; as of Tuesday evening, after several Democrats said they were joining the cause, there were more than 190 lawmakers who publicly supported moving forward on impeachment.

The move is a culmination of what has been a nearly yearlong debate among Democrats about how hard to push for Mr. Trump’s removal from office, particularly since they took control of the House this year.

Also, democrats’ focus was on Mr. Trump’s campaign ties to Russia, the subject of a special counsel report earlier this year, among other issues involving the president.

Nancy Pelosi has condemned Donald Trump’s behavior as a violation of US national security, declaring that no one in the United States, including the president, is beyond the law and must be held responsible.

When Mrs. Pelosi said, “The President must be held accountable.” No one is beyond the law Donald Trump quickly wrote in a series of Twitter messages that on such an important day at the United Nations that he has done a great deal and made a lot of success, the Democrats are deliberately trying to ruin his achievements with such news. He described the actions as “harassment of the president.

What happens in Trump’s Impeachment Inquiry?  

Impeachment is the constitutional process where the lower house of the legislative branch — the House of Representatives — brings charges against a civil officer in government — in this case, the president. It is similar to an indictment, and the Senate then tries the case with the chief justice of the Supreme Court overseeing the trial.

A two-thirds majority in the Senate is required to sentence and remove the president from office. That means 67 senators would need to agree to remove Trump.

Was there any president have been impeached before Trump? 

Trump is not the only US president to fall under these conditions and is called upon to explain and explain a particular behavior or action.

Andrew Johnson in 1868. Johnson was impeached by the House on 11 articles of impeachment, namely violating the Tenure of Office Act, which involved his firing of Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton. Johnson was acquitted in the Senate by a vote of 35-19, one vote short of 36 votes needed.

Also, Bill Clinton in 1998. Clinton was impeached by the House on two articles of impeachment: Perjury and obstruction of justice. These alleged violations related to a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Clinton by Paula Jones. He was acquitted by a vote of 45-55 and 50-50.  

Trump’s Twitter account, written by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, has received permission from the Ukrainian government to publish the text of the telephone conversation.

He additionally ordered the text of the conversation to be removed from the classified classification. The US president has criticized the Democrats for saying they haven’t even seen the text of the phone conversation. Nancy Pelosi, on the other hand, said reports of pressure on the Ukrainian president to investigate the Biden family betray our national security.

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