American House of Representatives will Vote on the Removal Procedure for Trump. In Washington, DC, US delegates are considering the deposition of President Donald Trump. Tonight it would be voted on in the House.
There are two charges against Trump. If there is a simple majority for one of the two indictments, there will be a deposition process in the Senate.
In recent weeks, numerous witnesses to the Ukrainian issue – which led to the “impeachment” – have been heard by a committee of the House.
A debate for and against the deposition started this afternoon in the entire House of Representatives. Outside is argued by supporters and opponents of Republican President Donald Trump.
In the course of the evening, a vote will be taken on two complaints that would justify removal.
The first complaint concerns abuse of power, and concerns whether or not to blackmail the government of Ukraine to force that country to start a judicial investigation into Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The other complaint relates to the opposition to the inquiry into that first complaint.
If one of the indictments reaches a simple majority, the removal procedure or “impeachment” is initiated. Correctly, the Senate will then hold a trial next month, after which the senators will decide whether Trump will be deposed.