Impeachment hearing against former US President Donald Trump will begin on February 8

The impeachment hearing against former US President Donald Trump will begin on February 8. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced this on Friday, according to US time. He said that the impeachment process will be formally submitted by the House of Representatives on Monday as part of the impeachment process.

Trump is accused of inciting his supporters to the violence in Capitol Hill on January 6. Schumer said that the process has gone so far. The process of framing of charges will begin from 26 January.

He described the violence of January 6 as not to be forgotten and said that the step of impeachment is being taken to overcome it. This will reveal the truth and accountability will be fixed. Trump may not even be president anymore, but this impeachment will prevent him from contesting the presidential election ever again.


President Joe Biden’s administration has approved an investigation by mixing agencies to identify domestic extremists. According to Press Secretary Jean Saki, Biden considered these extremists behind the violence of January 6, calling them a serious threat to the security of the country. The National Intelligence Director, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security will be involved to investigate radical violence into three categories.

On the third day of the rule, Biden announced the American Rescue Plan, under which the assistance scheme of 2 thousand dollars (about 1.46 lakh rupees) per citizen will be completed. Due to Corona, about 4 lakh small and big establishments have been closed in the US, due to which 1.80 crore people have become dependent on unemployment allowance.

Impeachment hearing against former US President Donald Trump will begin on February 8
Impeachment hearing against former US President Donald Trump will begin on February 8

Trump will not be a part of former presidents club, the club does not want him. Trumps are going to break the tradition of former US presidents becoming part of the club like other traditions. The special thing is that the club itself does not want to make them members.

Three former presidents of the club, Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, made a three-minute video for Biden’s accession, not even mentioning Trump’s name. Since the elections, he has been unhappy over Trump’s behavior.

In 2019, Trump said in an interview that he felt the club would not accept him, so he would not like to be a part of it. Club members are often invited to government events and sit together, are given special projects, the White House also seeks advice when needed.