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Impeachment Proceedings Against Donald Trump



In what happened to Donald Trump supporters attacking the American Capitol, Democrats in the US House of Representatives want Deputy President Mike Pence to use the 25th amendment to remove this outgoing president.

According to reports, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will present a resolution asking Pence to implement the 25th Amendment.

Pelosi was quoted by Huffpost as saying on Sunday, “In defending our Constitution and our democracy, we will act urgently, because this President represents a threat that is close to both of them. As the days go by, the fear of our President’s ongoing democratic attacks is growing and so is the urgent need for action. ”

While Joe Biden will be sworn in on January 20, Trump has less than two weeks in office.

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Earthquake in India, Epicentre Afghanistan



Exactly at 10:36 pm , severe tremors of Earthquake were witnessed. Atleast for 15 secs People in Delhi Ncr, Punjab,Rajasthan and North India witnessed it. The epicenter was Afghanistan. And Magnitude was 7.5 , which is massive. No News of injury or damage is reported yet. But this was ripple effect from down 208 km of Earth’s Crust. Hoping for Well being of all.

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Trump’s Impeachment Update



With at least five Republicans joining forces to try to hold President Donald Trump accountable for the attack on the American Capitol, Democrats in the House of Representatives are waiting for a historic vote to oust the President.
With eight days to go before Trump’s term, the House will vote on Wednesday on a charge of sedition accusing Republicans of inciting sedition in a speech he made to his supporters last week before their party stormed the Capitol, leaving five dead.
That would lead to a trial in the Republican Senate, although it was unclear whether there was enough time or a political ambition to oust Trump.

Democrats went ahead with a vote to deviate after efforts to persuade Deputy President Mike Pence to ask for a 25-year amendment to the US Constitution to remove Trump were rejected by Pence on Tuesday evening.
“I do not believe that such a move would be in the best interests of our Nation or in line with our Constitution,” Pence said in a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Despite the letter, the House passed a resolution calling for Pence to take action. The last vote was 223-205 in favor.
At the time, Trump’s party was showing signs of slowing down as at least four Republicans, including a member of the House of Representatives, said they would vote for his second case – a presidential hope ahead of Trump.

Attorney Liz Cheney, No. 3 House Republican, said: “There has never been a greater betrayal as President of the United States for his office and his oath in the Constitution.”

Republican House leaders have not urged their members to vote against Trump, saying it is a matter of individual conscience.

In his first public appearance since last Wednesday’s violence, Trump did not show up on Tuesday with his speech, in which he reiterated his claim that the victory of President-elect Joe Biden was illegal. Biden will be sworn in as president on January 20.

“What I have said is well worth it,” Trump told reporters Tuesday in his first struggle since the Capitol attack.

At a legislative hearing on Wednesday, Democratic Alliance spokesman David Cicilline told the House Rules Committee that the crackdown was supported by 217 lawmakers – enough to oppose Trump.

Cicilline, who helped commit the crime, said Trump “had been doing the right thing for a week. He refused to resign, failed to commit, and showed no remorse.”

Republicans House opposes a campaign to escape allegations that Democrats were extremist, as Trump is about to step down.

“This is alarming where this is going, because this is about suing the President of the United States. This is about canceling the president and erasing all the people you disagree with,” said Republican Attorney Jim Jordan, Trump’s top ally during the presidential imprisonment in 2019 after urging the government. Ukraine to form political filth in Biden.

The New York Times reported that the Republican leader of the U.S. Senate, Mitch McConnell, was reportedly happy with the Democratic Alliance’s departure, suggesting that the Trump party wanted to leave him after the Congress attack.

McConnell believes the photographic efforts will make it easier to remove Trump from the party, The Times reported.

If Trump is harassed by the House, he will have a case in the Senate to find out if he is guilty. Two-thirds of the Senate are required to convict him, meaning that at least 17 Republicans in a 100-member court will have to vote in his favor.

“I don’t think you would have a hard time finding 17 Republicans to convict them,” the former Senate Republican leadership aide told Reuters. “I think McConnell, there is a strong desire that this (Capitol attack) would not define the party.”

Pelosi on Tuesday appointed nine officials who are expected to present the case to the House during the Senate hearing, but it was unclear how soon the case would be heard if the House voted on the case.

McConnell said no case could begin until the room returned from his break on January 19.

But Democratic Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who will be the leader of the majority after the resignation of two Democrats from Georgia and the swearing in of Deputy President-elect Khethiwe Harris, told the media that the Senate could be reinstated.

Democrats can also use the heresy to move forward with a vote that prevents Trump from running for office again.

Instead of voting two-thirds, a simple Senate majority is needed to prevent Trump from running for office. There is disagreement among legal experts as to whether a conviction will be required before a disqualification vote. A different section of the Constitution, 14th Amendment, also provides for Trump’s ban on future office with a simple majority in both chambers.

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New Coronavirus Variant found in travellers from Brazil



New coronavirus strains have been identified in four travelers from the Brazilian state of Amazonas, Japan’s Ministry of Health said on Sunday, in a recent case of the virus.
A department official said a study was being conducted on the effectiveness of different vaccines, different from the highly contagious varieties found for the first time in Britain and South Africa that led to an increase in cases.

“Currently, there is no evidence that new mutations in Brazil are contagious,” Takaji Wakita, head of the National Institute of Infectious Diseases, told a Department of Health forum. Of the four passengers who arrived at Tokyo’s Haneda airport on January 2, a 40-year-old man had trouble breathing, a 30-year-old woman had a headache and a sore throat and a young man had a fever, and a young woman showed no symptoms, the health department said.
New Covid Variations Found From Travelers From Brazil, Japan says
Pedestrians wearing protective masks, during the outbreak of Covid in Tokyo, Japan. (Reuters)

After seeing a dramatic increase in coronavirus cases, Japan declared a state of emergency in Tokyo with three regions adjacent to the capital on Thursday.

A total of 289,000 cases have been reported in the country, killing 4,061 people, said NHK community broadcaster.

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