President Trump is now the only president in American history to be impeached twice. Ten House Republicans sided with Democrats for a final 232-197 impeachment vote, charging President Trump with "incitement of insurrection."
--While Speaker Nancy Pelosi has declined to yet say publicly when the House will send the article over to the Senate, a source involved in the Democratic leadership deliberations tells ABC News that Pelosi planned to send the article next week.
--Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has indicated that the impeachment trial should take place after President Trump leaves office.
--In a lengthy statement, President-elect Joe Biden reacted to the second impeachment of President Trump, calling the U.S. Capitol attack “planned and coordinated,” carried out by domestic terrorist who were “incited to this violence by President Trump.”
He also expressed hope that the Senate will move forward in a bifurcated manner, allowing movement on his agenda.
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