The trial of Donald Trump in the US Senate does not violate the US Constitution. It is the result of the majority of the MPs in the ward after the vote, which went mostly along party lines.
After four hours of litigation by the plaintiffs and the defense, the MPs voted and the result was that six Republican lawmakers voted to prosecute a former president for alleged misconduct. The vote went so 56 – 45.
It was Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Ben Sasse, Pat Toomey, Mitt Romney and Bill Cassidy who voted with the Democrats.
a video showing, among other things, the attack on the House of Representatives, Trump’s speech on the eve of the attack, his repeated allegations that widespread electoral fraud had cost him victory in the November presidential election, as well as a speech and tweet he sent out on the evening of January 6.
Member of Parliament Jamie Raskin, who leads the candidate team said in the wake of the video that if Trump’s behavior was not sufficient to convict him of a misdemeanor, it would not be possible.
Raskin also announced that he had invited his daughter to the parliament building on January 6, when the results of the presidential election were formally confirmed. She had noticed a debate over the impending protests of Trump supporters, but Raskin said it would be unhealthy. She would be in the US House of Representatives and nothing else would be considered.
His daughter and other family members eventually had to seek refuge in the US House and hide in an office there. When Raskin met her and her son-in-law again, she declared that she did not want to return to the parliament building.
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The president’s defense attorneys’ argument was largely that it would be against the US Constitution to try him. As the defenders had indicated they would do, they accused the Democrats of a political stunt and said they were taking revenge on Trump.
Trump was charged with misconduct a second time on 12. January, seven days before he resigned. He is the only President of the United States who has been charged with two counts of misconduct.
Here is the beginning of the case of Bruce Castor, who leads Trump’s team. He argued that there was no need to prosecute Trump, as voters had already rejected him.
It is worth noting that Trump is in fact accused of inciting rebellion and the charge specifically concerns the role of the president in inciting people who eventually broke into parliament. The United States on January 6, with the aim of stopping the formal confirmation of the results of the November presidential election.
Five people were killed in the attack, including one police officer and a woman who was shot by a law enforcement officer.
The trial will continue at five o’clock tomorrow, Icelandic time.
Liz Cheney has warned the Republican Party against ignoring the role of former US President Donald Trump in the invasion of Washington DC last January.
Representatives of Dominion Voting Systems, a manufacturer of voting machines used in many parts of the United States, have requested that posts and videos about the company on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Parler be kept by the employees of the companies that make of this medium. February
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The Republicans in the US House of Representatives decided in a closed session yesterday to take no action against MPs Marjorie Taylor Greene and Liz Cheney.
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