America’s newly elected President Joe Biden has once again targeted current President Donald Trump. Biden said Wednesday that everyone saw an attack on democracy last week that has not been seen in 244 years of American history. Those responsible for this attack should be acted upon quickly. While endorsing the impeachment motion against Trump, Biden hoped that the Senate would complete the impeachment process against President Donald Trump soon as there are many more important issues in the country other than this, Those that remain to be worked on.
On the attack on the US Parliament, Biden said that last week we saw an unprecedented attack on our democracy, never seen in our nation’s 244-year history. Biden said that this criminal attack was planned and coordinated. This was done by political extremists and domestic terrorists who were instigated by President Trump for this violence. It was an armed rebellion against the US and those responsible should be held accountable.
Biden said the epidemic continues to wreak havoc in the country, causing the economy to collapse. I hope that the Senate will fulfill its constitutional responsibilities on impeachment soon. After this, work will be done on other important issues of the nation.
The impeachment process has been put forward against President Donald Trump over the attack on the US Parliament. Members of Trump’s Republican Party have split over the impeachment motion. Five members of the lower house of parliament, the House of Representatives, have announced to vote in favor of impeachment motion against Trump, while members of the upper house Senate have supported Trump.
The next Senate meeting is to be held on January 19, while January 20 will be the last day of Trump’s term and Joe Biden will take the oath of office. A Senate meeting can also be called on Friday. Some members have also demanded to convene a meeting of the House first to debate the impeachment motion.
Let me tell you that the newly elected President Joe Biden’s Democratic Party MPs, who are trying to remove Trump before January 20, have put forward the process of impeachment. He passed a resolution on Tuesday from the lower house of parliament, the House of Representatives, urging Vice President Mike Pence to remove Trump from office, but he refused to use the 25th constitutional amendment. After this, Speaker of the House and Democrat leader Nancy Pelosi appointed nine managers for the impeachment trial.