Congressmen blocked a resolution to oust Trump

Congressmen blocked a resolution to oust Trump

Congressmen from the Republican Party have blocked a resolution by members of the Democratic Party to oust current President Donald Trump. This is evidenced by the broadcast.

The Democrat representative requested that Vice President Mike Pence invoke the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. It allows for the immediate termination of Trump’s powers as head of state.

After the Republican objection was raised, the session was adjourned.

Earlier, the U.S. House of Representatives released a resolution to impeach Trump. Democrats also submitted to Congress a resolution on the removal of the current U.S. president. The politician is accused of sedition and that he has “seriously endangered the security of the United States and government institutions.” According to members of the House of Representatives, Trump remains a threat to national security and democracy and should be removed from office because of this.

On January 7, Democratic congressmen drafted and circulated a proposal for a resolution to impeach the incumbent U.S. leader. According to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Trump has committed “subversive acts” and should be removed under the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution on the President’s inability to perform his duties.

We are talking about the protest that took place on January 6 in Washington. Then Trump supporters stormed the Capitol, not recognizing the results of the November vote, which resulted in the election of Democrat Joe Biden as president. The rallies led to clashes with police. Five people were killed and dozens were detained.