The court case for the second impeachment of US President Donald Trump opened on 9 February 2021. Trump was charged twice by the House of Representatives, and on January 13, 2021, the House passed a reminder article against Trump: incitement to revolt.
He is the only U.S. president and federal public servant to have been cursed twice The impeachment article addresses Trump's efforts to return the results of the 2020 presidential election (including his false claims of Georgia's electoral fraud and his efforts to put pressure on elected officials) and says that Trucapital in Washington, D.C., and the congressional election And so Joe Biden was called to officially win. The Constitution does not say that the Senate can or cannot rule in favor of a person who may be impeached. Belknap has resigned from office. He was involved in a business-post scam but before he was framed; Yet he was influenced by the House and tried by the Senate (Belknap was acquitted by a majority, but not the required two-thirds vote to be convicted).
Trump was first indicted by the House of Representatives on December 18, 2019, on charges of abuse of power by Congress and obstruction of Congress with the Trump-Ukraine scandal; He was acquitted by the U.S. Senate on February 5, 2020. The allegations allege that Trump illegally forced Ukraine and other foreign countries to provide damaging information about Trump's political rival, Biden, a Democratic presidential nominee, as well as information about Russia's interference in the 2011 U.S. election.
With the chamber's party control evenly divided, the 17 Republican senators must vote to secure the two-thirds majority needed for a convincing vote, assuming all Democratic senators and two independent candidates voted with Democrats. The Vice President does not vote to dismiss.