The US House of Representatives may submit Trump’s impeachment clause to the Senate on the 22nd

The US House of Representatives may submit Trump's impeachment clause to the Senate on the 22nd

The U.S. House of Representatives voted on Trump’s impeachment on January 13, accusing him of “sedition.”;. (Reuters)

On January 21, local time, according to sources, Democrats in the US House of representatives are discussing the terms of impeachment of former US President Donald Trump, which will be submitted to the Senate as early as tomorrow (22).

Trump has yet to send a lawyer to represent him in the Senate hearing, CNN reported. Democrats worry that it may be more difficult to persuade Republican senators to believe that this is a fair trial by submitting the impeachment clause to the Senate under such circumstances, and then persuade some Republican senators to vote for the impeachment clause.

It is reported that Speaker Pelosi of the US House of Representatives has not given a specific date when the house of representatives will submit the impeachment clause to the Senate.

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