President Donald Trump’s theory of indictment is gaining momentum. The Democratic Party, which dominated the Senate and House of Representatives, showed visible movement, and the Republican Party began to pay attention.
CNN broadcast on 8 (local time) reported that the Democratic Party in the House of Representatives is heading to promote the removal of the president as early as the middle of next week. If Vice-President Mike Pence and the Cabinet do not invoke Article 25 of the amendment, which would stop the President from performing his duties, they would hold a performance event.
The New York Times (NYT) reported on the 8th that if the Democratic Party’s presidential impeachment argument succeeds, it could block President Trump from running for president in 2024, showing interest in Republicans. This is because there are many concerns within the Republican Party about Trump’s candidacy for the next presidential election.
For the bill to be approved, it must be approved by two-thirds of the Senate. To do this, 17 Republican lawmakers must join. It is an analysis that there is a possibility that an effective accusation can be made if they agree to prevent Trump from running. Republican Sen. Ben Sas said in an interview with CBS that President Trump ignored the oath of office and that the House could review the prosecution provisions if the House continues.
South Korea is banned from taking office for five years at the time of his dismissal, but the US is on the agenda for taking office after his dismissal. In this case, it can be confirmed by a majority.
Although there are only two weeks left, there is a possibility that the accusation will be adopted even after President Trump’s resignation. There is a case of dismissal after the resignation of Defense Minister William Belknap in 1876.
There is also opposition that it is not good to promote an unnecessary conflict before President Joe Biden takes office. Republican Congressman Tom Reed warned of the headwind that “millions of Americans who support Trump must not forget their anger.”
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