Donald Trump, president of the United States, is going to have to face impeachment again. It is something unprecedented, because it is the first time that a president of the United States faces an ‘impeachment’ twice.
The United States Congress has already voted in favor, including Republican lawmakers voted in favor of this impeachment. Now it remains for a vote in the Senate, a process that will be followed closely because Trump faces a very serious charge.
Outgoing President Trump is accused of “inciting insurrection”. This new trial could cost him political disqualification, that is, Trump could not run again, for example, in the 2024 United States presidential elections.
All of this has happened while Washington is in State of emergency, after Trump supporters stormed the Capitol. And also just days before the inauguration of Democrat Joe Biden.
There are more soldiers deployed in Washington than in Iraq and Afghanistan combined, all to control the protests of Joe Biden’s inauguration.
Although Donald Trump has asked that no violence During the demonstrations, he still does not acknowledge his electoral defeat against Biden, and that was the flame that originated the assault on Congress and the subsequent impeachment.
Donald Trump, for the moment, is keeping his tone because he knows that, although he is unlikely to be convicted, there is still the vote in the Senate and it is not certain that his will defend him.